Offering a boutique, personalized approach to college guidance by taking on a limited number of students each year.
No Longer Accepting Students in the Class of 2020. Space still available in the Class of 2021 and Beyond.
This package is designed to give freshmen and sophomore students the early guidance they need to best prepare for the college process that gears up their junior and senior year. The most desirable aspect of this package is the reassurance it is designed to deliver. It provides families with a dedicated consultant who is committed to answering their questions and counseling them through the early stages of this process.
My most popular package! This comprehensive package is designed to help college-bound juniors and seniors and their families navigate the college application and admissions process. This package can start as early as late spring of the sophomore year. While there are many layers to this package, the most significant and time consuming aspects cover getting to know the student, creating the college list with admissions chances, and helping the student find his or her voice on the personal statement and supplemental college essays.
According to US News and World Report, “as many as 1 in 3 first-year students won't make it back for sophomore year." Finding the right match can help to greatly reduce these odds. With over 4,000 degree granting colleges and universities to choose from, it's crucial that students select and apply to colleges that best fit them personally, academic, and financially. With over 20 years of experience working with high school students, I have a proven track record of getting to know my students well, and I offer them key guidance in all aspects of the college admissions process. Located in Irvine, CA, I work with students in-person throughout Orange, Los Angeles, San Diego, Riverside, and San Bernadino Counties and can work virtually with students worldwide. A college education is one of the biggest financial investments you will make, and the decisions regarding which schools to apply to and which one to ultimately attend should not be entered into lightly.