EVERY SINGLE STUDENT WHO WISHES TO GO TO COLLEGE (and their parents)!
The process of college applications can be very overwhelming for many parents. A lot has changed since they applied for college, and so many other variables exist in determining acceptance potential. While schools do have counselors, the average public school guidance counselor to student ratio is 434 to 1, and many have never even been trained in college admissions. I will ease the burden by managing the process, offering knowledgeable guidance, and utilizing my marketing background to give your student an edge.
HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS
High school seniors are in the home stretch! Now is the time to strategically plan every aspect of the application process so that you are looked upon favorably by admissions. College applications are open by the first day of your senior year, but it's never too late to get a coaching membership to maximize your chances and opportunities for acceptance.
HIGH SCHOOL JUNIORS
The junior year is a very important year in college planning. Deciding whether to take the SAT or the ACT, who to ask and how to ask for letters of recommendation, and what to put on a resume are among the many to-do items. The pieces all start to fall into place junior year, and in most cases, the GPA you have at the end of this year is what you will apply to college with, so everything especially counts now, and a good strategy is key.
HIGH SCHOOL FRESHMEN OR SOPHOMORES
The best way to position your underclassman for maximum college acceptances is to plan early. Strategically choosing a school schedule and activities each year of high school not only ensures your student is having a gratifying and fulfilling high school experience but that your student will be able to showcase his or her strong suits through an impressive resume reflective of his or her true interests and capabilities.
As a homeschool parent or student, you have taken a unique path to achieving the best education possible. Most likely, countless hours and finances have been invested in curriculum that is best for your family and your values. This is an admirable endeavor and that has no doubt put your student at an advantage over the average public high school student. The downside for the homeschool parent is often a lack of specialized instruction in core classes and the benefit of a campus guidance counselor. I equip your student with strong writing, reading, and analysis skills as well as provide valuable college coaching as the application season approaches.
Attending a junior or community college upon high school graduation is a very wise move for many people. First, thousands of dollars can be saved, and students have time to explore majors and explore career paths prior to making a big commitment with a larger university. I can assist your student in the transfer process to aid in a smooth transition for all.