Package Details

College Roadmap Package

A College Overview for 9th or 10th Grade Students and Parents

 

Getting into college today is not what it used to be.  And when it comes to navigating the admissions process, the last thing you want is a surprise. Students and parents need to understand--as early as possible--what colleges are looking for today in order to effectively prepare for the numerous choices to be made throughout high school.

 

Let us educate you about the current college landscape and what a prepared student looks like.  We will give you a preview of the key tasks you will need to complete and  choices you will have to make throughout each year of high school.   And, of course, we will provide practical advice to help you plot your course. 

 

Our College Roadmap Package includes a series of four one-hour sessions that cover these key topics:

  • Academic planning

  • Testing strategy and prep

  • Resume building

  • Financial considerations

  • Assessment of interests

  • Virtual footprint management

  • Supporting your student through the process

 

 
Comprehensive College Admissions Package

Admissions Support throughout 11th and 12th Grades

 

The college admissions process plays out in real time during a student’s junior and senior years--and keeping on top of all the activities can be overwhelming.  Our Comprehensive College Admissions Package minimizes the stress and keeps you on task by providing all-inclusive support and guidance throughout the entire journey.

  

Providing 35 hours of consultation over two years, we partner with you to navigate every step of the process from college list-building to evaluating offers, and everything in between.  We know that every student is different, so we customize our services to give you support in the specific areas you need it.  We can help you with:

 

  • Understanding what colleges want

  • Interest, career, and major assessments

  • Standardized test choice and prep recommendations

  • Transcript review

  • Academic planning

  • Evaluating college fit

  • College exploration, list-building, refinement, finalization

  • College visits

  • Managing digital footprint

  • Resume-building including extracurricular activities, community service, and leadership development

  • Summer enrichment

  • Application completion

  • Essay development

  • Securing letters of recommendations

  • Interview prep

  • College admissions rep communication strategies

  • Financial aid

  • Gap year planning

  • Evaluation of offers and college choice

  • 2- to 4-year college transfer strategy

  • Task planning, project management, meeting deadlines

 
Final Sprint Package

Admissions Support for 12th Graders

 

Senior year is when the rubber hits the road.  Lots to do and not much time to do it.  Let us help you navigate the all-important home stretch.  We can guide you step-by-step through the process, helping you prioritize tasks, meet deadlines, and maintain sanity. Depending on your needs, we will provide 18 hours of consultation in any of the following areas:

 

  • Understanding what colleges want

  • Interest, career, and major assessments

  • Standardized test choice and prep recommendations

  • Required-course check

  • Evaluating college fit

  • College exploration, list-building, refinement, finalization

  • College visits

  • Digital footprint check and clean up

  • Application completion

  • Essay development

  • Presentation of extracurricular activities, community service, and leadership development

  • Securing letters of recommendations

  • Interview prep

  • College admissions rep communication strategies

  • Financial aid

  • Gap year planning

  • Evaluation of offers and college choice

  • 2- to 4-year college transfer strategy

  • Task planning, project management, meeting deadlines

 

 

Hourly Consultations

Customized Ad Hoc Support

 

Some students need help in a particular area only—essay development, for example.   We are happy to work with you on an ad hoc basis to provide individualized guidance and support.  Four-hour minimum.