Hybrid College Counseling
Combine in person live and online coaching
GROUP COACHING FOR JUNIORS
The live course begins January 15th and runs for seven months through July 1st. Students meet in a live format every three weeks and follow an intentional college counseling curriculum.
Students are given supplemental video lessons and assignments to complete prior to the next live class.
During each live meeting, students can address specific questions to move the college process forward.
Students will learn about the following topics:
• Campus Visits
• Financial Aid
• Qualities that could make a college right
• Developing the list
• Securing teacher recommendations
• Working effectively with the school based counselor
• Drafting the resume
• Creating thoughtful applications
• How to write a strong essay
• Nailing the supplemental essays
• Understanding Early Decision, Early Action, Rolling Admission, Single Choice Early Action, etc
Students will be encouraged to ask questions during the sessions. All sessions will be recorded and archived in the class library in case students need to miss a class. Students may also email questions in advance of the session to be answered that week.
This program is ideal for the motivated high school student who is responsible and excited for the college admission journey.
Start any time and simply watch recorded classes in the course library until caught up to the live meetings.
***Students enrolled in this program have priority when signing up for one-on-one consultations.
DEVELOPING YOUR COLLEGE LIST
Students may want additional support identifying the colleges that would fit them based upon their academic profile and extracurricular interests. Students provide background information and then have a follow up meeting to review the information and discuss the qualities that would make a college right for them. Students are then provided with a list of around twenty-five schools to consider and have a meeting reviewing the schools and why they may be appropriate and how to learn more about them. The student is provided instruction on next steps to investigate the colleges, and within eight weeks, an additional meeting allows the student to provide feedback on the colleges, discuss potential changes to the list, and identify colleges to visit.