The Early Returns Are In!

The results for Early Decision and Early Action Applications, including early merit (non-need based) scholarship offers are pouring in! Congratulations to my students on their hard work and early acceptances to the following colleges and universities: Chapman University, University of Colorado – Boulder, University of Denver, Emory University, Fordham University, Hampshire College, Loyola Marymount University, […]

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Questions to Ask

Here are some good questions to ask any potential independent counselor: Do you have counseling experience, credentials, or a master’s degree in counseling or a counseling related discipline? Do you have experience in a high school counseling office or as a college admission officer? Do you visit college campuses regularly—locally, regionally and/or nationally? Have you […]

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Hiring an Independent College Counselor

Should you hire an independent counselor? The first step in deciding whether to seek outside services is to assess your individual needs and evaluate the resources available in your own school. Does your school have counselors who spend a significant amount of time counseling students through the college admissions process? Have the school’s counselors received […]

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