I’d love to be part of this as well. One comment I would make is to remember to be inclusive of those who are no longer in high school but not yet in college — those who’ve been out of school a few years, or maybe didn’t finish high school in the first place. This is a population that a lot of colleges don’t address well. I was in that group myself 35 years ago when I became a college freshman a full four years after graduating from high school. All 3 of my kids were homeschooled, and now in their 20’s and finally deciding on their educational paths, they are discovering that the short gap of years between high school and college creates a wider educational gap than they expected.