College success begins with a purposeful high school experience. We help students develop and evaluate their high school plan to make certain that they are on track.
Helping students find the 'best fit' college, affordable options for college is our primary goal. Using our unique Supportive Allergy-Friendly EdEnvironments® technique, our college counseling techniques help students select colleges and universities that have the right academic, financial, and personal support so that they can thrive in college and beyond.
We help students complete applications and essays that truly represent who they are and what they have accomplished. We help manage the college application process and ensure that every deadline is met and that students have completed their best work.
With college costs averaging more than $500 per week, affordability is often a key consideration for many families. We help families master financial aid and scholarship procedures; knowledge that will pay dividends in the long run.
On-demand, private advising sessions on any aspect of college planning. Clients have the option of scheduling 2, 4, 6, or 12 sessions with a consultant, depending on their needs. Payment is non-refundable so it is the family's responsibility to make arrangement for the time to be used.
Designed for students in the 11th and 12th grade to help them identify a balanced list of colleges. We work closely with students to develop a personalized list of colleges where students will thrive.
Are the colleges on your college list Supportive, Allergy-Friendly Ed-environments? We will evaluate your college list using our holistic, in-depth assessment based on key characteristics that we consider when evaluating the allergy-friendliness of colleges. Clients have the option of choosing 3, 5, 10, or 15 colleges for evaluation.
In this episode, I explain how important it is to choose colleges that care about food allergies and that have specific policies in place to make sure that your teen is taken care of. Together with Megan Dorsey and Gretchen Wegner of the College Prep Podcast, I discuss:
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