To achieve career success, you need the right skills and credentials. For most of us, that means more school. You may just be leaving high school or seeking a second career. SuperScholar will find the school and degree program that are best for you. But we’re here not only to jump start your education. By highlighting the best and brightest in the academy, SuperScholar helps up-and-coming students get the most out of their academic experience. We’ll show you how to excel in your studies, in sports and extracurriculular activities, in charting a career path, in finding success and happiness.

“Smart Choice” College Rankings

Best Online Colleges

In today’s world, we are presented with many choices… often so many that we don’t even know where to get started. At SuperScholar we know that this is more true than ever when it comes to the thousands of options you have for higher education. It’s for this reason that we have developed the SuperScholar Smart Choice Rankings: to help students narrow down their choices and to get the best education possible for the best price. We encourage you to browse our latest Smart Choice Rankings below

2017 Smart Choice Rankings

Career Information

In today’s world, most people need education to prepare themselves for a career. We are here to help guide you into a career that fits your interests, personality, and life-situation.

25 Highest Paying Jobs In America

When choosing a career, one of the starting points that many people use is to look at which type of jobs pay the most. Figuring out which jobs are the highest paying isn’t as straightforward as seems. So we decided to clear up a lot of the confusion by putting together this guide to the 25 best paying jobs in America.

20 Best Paying Non-Doctor Health-Care Careers

Health care careers are booming for two reasons: The population is aging, and people want to live as long as they can in good health, and new health care technologies add considerably to their options and your career opportunities. In this article we discuss twenty of the best paying health-care positions available if you don’t want to be a doctor.

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Top Interviews

SuperScholar highlights some of the best work in higher education throughout the world. Here are some interesting interviews that showcase the people who are doing this work and making a difference.

Mary Poplin Interview

Mary PoplinMary Poplin’s teaching and research examine learning and pedagogical theories, philosophy in education, worldviews, and research methods. Her research focuses on the inside of K-12 classrooms, most recently a five-year study of 31 highly effective teachers in low-performing urban schools.

Arlie O. Petters Interview

Arlie Petters is the Benjamin Powell Professor and Professor of Mathematics, Physics, and Business Administration at Duke University. He is known for his groundbreaking work in the mathematical theory and mathematical physics of gravitational lensing.


Featured Articles

SuperScholar builds resources that students can use as they pursue their educational dreams. Here are some of our most popular resource articles.

7 Skills For The Super Scholar

People aren’t born smart. They become smart through hard work and persistence. In order to become smart you need a well-defined set of skills. Here are some tips and resources to help acquire skills for memory, reading, writing, speaking, numeracy, empathy and time management.

The 10 Happiest & 10 Unhappiest Professions

So you’re off to college to spend a lot of time and money getting into a line of work that will make you happy. But what actually does make people happy while working? Not always what we think.

The 50 Most Influential Books of the Last 50 Years

In compiling the books on this list, the editors at SuperScholar have tried to provide a window into the culture of the last 50 years. Ideally, if you read every book on this list, you will know how we got to where we are today.








The 20 Most Influential Scientists Alive Today


Scientists are the most influential people in the world today. They are responsible not only for the great advances in health, medicine and technology but they also give us an understanding of how the world works.