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Students may not apply to college until senior year of high school, but they and parents should start thinking about applications as early as eighth or ninth grade. A little bit of knowledge and strategic planning earlier on can go a long way towards maximizing your child’s chance of success. As your child heads into senior year, our counselors can guide you through all aspects of the application process, including, of course, helping to develop, refine, and further refine those all-important essays.
There are plenty of great guidance counselors out there, but few who can provide the individualized attention that your child needs to differentiate his or her self against similarly high-performing students. The key is to weave all the components of your child’s high school career – academic achievements, extracurriculars, sports/music/arts, leadership, summer activities, essays – into a cohesive and compelling story that will highlight your child’s individuality and strengths, and make your child as impressive as possible from the eyes of an admissions officer.
All of our college counselors are former admissions officers from top-tier institutions like Princeton University and NYU. They know firsthand what admissions officers are looking for and can provide valuable insight into all aspects of the process.
Students that have worked with our counselors have been admitted to the following colleges:
|Amherst||Dartmouth||Lehigh||UNC - Chapel Hill|
|Boston College||Duke||Middlebury||University of Richmond|
|Boston University||Emory||New York University||University of Virginia|
|Bowdoin||Franklin & Marshall||Northwestern||Vanderbilt|
|Carnegie Mellon||George Washington||Princeton||Washington University|
|Colgate||Haverford||St Andrews UK||Wesleyan|
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