Services

Most college planning begins when a student enters high school. The thought of going to college can start even earlier as parents focus on saving and developing a student’s academics, personal talent. When a student enters high school, the actual planning begins with eyes on finding one’s education pathway after high school.

Planning is Essential

The thought of getting ready for college can create stress and anxiety, especially for first-time parents. Understanding the stages, tasks, and activities before, during, and after high school is key. Creating a comprehensive plan is essential.  That’s where can help. 

SERVICES

  • STUDENT & FINANCIAL ASSESSMENT
  • SEARCH and RECRUIT
  • MEETING COLLEGE COSTS 
  • ADMISSIONS STRATEGY
  • APPLICATION COMPLETION – ADMISSIONS & FINANCIAL AID
  • SELECTION
  • TRANSITION TO COLLEGE
  • 13th YEAR CHECK-IN
  • POST COLLEGE

Download your Comprehensive College Plan. 

Determining Your Pathway?

Many high school students, parents, and young adults find themselves pondering the question. What direction should I take? Follow everyone or go in a different direction? Thankfully, there are different choices for an individual to consider. Finding the path, direction to follow is the is key!! 

  • Traditional Four-Year Public or Private College or University
  • Associates to Bachelor’s Degree (2+2 Program)
  • Community College Program
  • Earn and Learn
  • Technical and Trade Professionals
  • Prep School Before College
  • Gap Year
  • Military Service
  • Volunteer Program
  • Internship
  • Transfer and Returning to Complete

Ev

e

rything Begins with a Conversation

 

Most college planning begins when a student enters high school. The thought of going to college can start even earlier as parents focus on saving and developing a student’s academics, personal talent. When a student enters high school, the actual planning begins with eyes on finding one’s education pathway after high school.

Step One: We’ll meet to talk about goals, expectations, and where planning and work are currently. We’ll run some assessments and if we can help, create a plan.

Step Two: Build a college list based on a student’s academic and personal accomplishments, and other interests including athletics, performing arts, and specialties.

Step Three We’ll work hand-in-hand to review and evaluate options, identify and monitor admissions & financial aid deadlines. We’ll work to help a student build campus relationships to communicate interests and standout!

Step Four: Finally, we’ll advise through admissions and financial aid application processes, and help everyone deal with the waiting period. We’ll applaud college acceptances, review financial aid awards, discuss tuition payment strategies, and help to turn options into a successful choice.

Because we know the transition can bring its challenges, we’ll be around during a student’s 13th-Year to make sure life on campus is progressing successfully. We also check back with parents to make sure financing strategies are not interrupted.

 

We Work Where You Live – When You Need Assistance!!

In-Person, virtual, or at the workplace, were close by on the North Shore but able to reach across the country. Our students and parents live as close as Boston, No Andover, Ipswich,  Wilmington, Reading, Newburyport, Lowell, Burlington, Cambridge. We travel to New Hampshire, York County, Maine, and connect virtually with individuals as far away as Washington, DC, Jacksonville, NC, and beyond. 

We are available when your working, at home, in the evening and on the weekends.

Download your Comprehensive College Plan!

 

 

 

Call for a Free Consultation

617-240-7350

Tell Us About Yourself

The more we know the better we can help.