BERKELEY — For many high school seniors, college graduation is just a day away.

And for those who do graduate, graduation isn’t even the main goal.

They’re focused on finding their perfect college.

In fact, many high schools and colleges are using a new program called the Bright Start that encourages students to take a month off to explore different options and to plan their next steps.

“We want to make it easy for students to get started, and to have the confidence that they’re going to be able to achieve,” said Alex M. DellaVigna, the founder and CEO of Bright Start.

“We want students to have a great college experience and be able focus on the college part of their life, and that’s what we’re trying to do.”

Bright Start is designed to help students focus on their future goals and make it easier for them to finish their college degree.

In other words, it’s designed to make college easier and less stressful for students.

Bright Start has been adopted by schools nationwide and will be rolled out across the U.S. in early 2018.

Students can now explore and plan for college options from their own college or high school.

“College is a big, big decision for many people,” said Mimi Tippett, Bright Start’s CEO.

“You’ve got a lot of options and a lot to choose from, and it can be overwhelming.”

Bright Start offers students a free, online calendar to help them plan their college experience.

For example, a student can choose a school that they like or a school they’d like to attend but don’t know yet.

Students are also able to plan for the following:The student can also create a list of colleges and universities that they are interested in and add those colleges to their list of choices.

They can also upload a list with colleges that they’d really like to take courses at and add the schools to their school list.

Bright Start also lets students search for colleges and schools and compare them with each other to make their college plan even easier.

Bright School students can then share their college search with their peers, friends, and family.

Students who are in the process of enrolling at a particular school will receive updates as their enrollment is complete.

Bright Schools will also provide guidance to parents about the BrightStart program, which helps students understand how to set up their college and help them navigate the college application process.

Bright Schools is a partnership between the University of California, Berkeley and Bright Start, a nonprofit organization that helps students navigate their college decisions.

Bright schools offer students a unique opportunity to learn from some of the best in the business.

Bright students are able to explore a wide range of schools, from prestigious colleges to more traditional institutions.

Students at Bright Schools can also choose to spend a month in the classroom or on campus as they prepare to start their college education.

Students may choose from an extensive list of schools that are part of the Bright Schools network of campuses.

Bright is also a partnership with the University at Buffalo and the Center for Excellence in Higher Education at the University.

Students enrolled in the Bright School network can take advantage of Bright’s personalized services and learn from the best professors and experts in higher education.

Bright’s service offers students the opportunity to explore the breadth of colleges, from elite colleges to small schools.

Bright students can also search for programs at schools they like and add them to their college list.

Students also have the option of sharing their college plans with their school peers.

Students will be able review and comment on the colleges they select, receive information about the programs and the curriculum they plan to take, and receive feedback on how well they are doing.

Bright has a goal of making college as easy and convenient as possible for students, and Bright is a leader in the field of education.

“The Bright Start program is one of the largest college readiness initiatives in the country, and we’re proud to be part of it,” said Michael J. Rhein, president and CEO, Bright.

“Our students and our Bright Schools partners are passionate about learning and they’re ready to go.

Bright is making it easier to stay on track with their college dreams and makes it easy to find a great school for them.”

Bright has been working with colleges to make the program more efficient and to provide a more personalized experience.

The company also has created BrightStart Hub, a platform where students can review and make changes to their Bright Start plan.

Bright will also be rolling out Bright Start Apps to college students, teachers, administrators, and administrators.

Bright plans to expand Bright Start to high schools, colleges, and universities in the coming months.

The Bright Start apps are available for iPhone, Android, Windows, and Blackberry.

Bright plans to also offer the BrightSchool app to schools that participate in the program.

The app is available for both iOS and Android.