Consulting Services

8th - 12th academic and extracurricular planning 

Explain and provide guidance with navigating the college admission process

Organizational plan for the college admission process

Guidance in preparing a personalized college list

Guidance with college essay and personal statement

Recommendation letters strategy

9th - 12th career exploration program

Generating an application timeline

Monitoring application progress until completion

The scholarship process

Consulting for students with learning disabilities and differences

College-bound athlete consulting

Unlock Your Future: College Application Worshop

Join us for an exclusive College Application Workshop designed to guide you through the intricacies of the college application process. Whether you're a high school junior eager to start planning or a senior ready to perfect your applications, this workshop is tailored to meet your needs.

Date: June 12, at 5 PM  July 13 at 10 AM & August 5 at 2 PM 

Workshop length : 2.5 hours 

Location: ZOOM :

Price : $595.00


Understanding the Application process

Start by providing an overview of the college application timeline, including important dates for standardized tests, application deadlines, and financial aid applications. Explain the components of a typical college application, such as essays, recommendation letters, transcripts, and extracurricular activities. Break down the different types of application options (e.g., regular decision, early action, early decision) and their implications.Truly it was a great journey, and in it I met with many, whom to know was to love but whom never could I see again; for life has.

Building a Strong Application Profile

Guide students in identifying their strengths, interests, and values to help them choose colleges that align with their academic and personal goals. Offer strategies for enhancing their application profiles, including tips for writing compelling personal statements, selecting appropriate recommenders, and showcasing their extracurricular involvement. Provide insight into what colleges look for in applicants and how to highlight unique qualities and experiences.Truly it was a great journey, and in it I met with many, whom to know was to love but whom never could I see again; for life has.

Exploring College Options

Help students explore a variety of college options, including different types of institutions (e.g., public vs. private, liberal arts colleges vs. universities), geographic locations, and campus cultures. Encourage students to consider factors such as academic programs, campus resources, student life, and diversity when researching colleges. Provide resources for conducting virtual or in-person campus visits and attending college fairs. 

Understanding Stanardized test options

  1. Offer strategies for preparing for standardized tests such as the SAT or ACT, including study tips, recommended resources, and information about test-optional policies. Provide guidance on how to approach college interviews, including tips for presenting oneself confidently, articulating one's interests and goals, and asking thoughtful questions. Offer practice opportunities and mock interviews to help students feel more comfortable and prepared.

Discuss and Review Different Types of College Essays

This inclues the common app essay. Why suppliements and the addition infomation section on the common application.

Navigating Financial Aid & Scholarship

Educate students and families about the financial aspects of college, including the cost of attendance, types of financial aid available (e.g., grants, scholarships, loans), and how to apply for aid using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or other financial aid forms. Offer guidance on researching and applying for scholarships, including merit-based, need-based, and specialized scholarships.