The most important year of high school…
Junior year is the time to really dig in to the college selection and application process.
Should I retake my standardized tests?
Are my activities and accomplishments adequate?
How should I be spending my summer before senior year?
Which campuses should I visit, and how do I get the most out of those visits?
By the beginning of junior year of high school, most students are starting to think–at least in the abstract–about what comes after graduation. Junior year is the most common time to start identifying priorities, planning courses and high school activities, and developing a list of colleges that closely match the students needs, interests, and aspirations. We guide students through the entire process in a way that is both productive and enjoyable.
We do not have a “cookie-cutter” approach. Nor do we have a list of “selected schools” at which we try to place students. Rather we focus on finding the “best fit” for every individual, and then pursue those goals with confidence, organization, and enthusiasm.