Most seniors will have all of their college decisions back by the end of this month! A small handful of the most competitive colleges have announced they will release their decisions the first week in April.
Parents of 10th and 11th Graders
The best way to reduce the stress of the college admission process is to help your child feel there’s more than one successful outcome. Balance your list and your expectations!
March 3, March 14, April 19 –this virtual college fair, hosted by the Western Assn. for College Admission Counseling, also has multiple sessions with different topics to guide you through your college search, as well as college information sessions. Colleges all over the country are participating!
March 7 – STEM College Fair hosted by NACAC, the National Assn. for College Admission Counseling
March 8-9 – this virtual college fair, hosted by Texas Assn. for College Admission Counseling, has sessions with topics related to college admission, as well as sessions with multiple colleges each presenting a bit of information and available for questions. Colleges all over the country are participating!
Are your friends starting to think about (read: get anxious about!) college? You can host a private virtual college admissions information seminar for your friends or fellow “pandemic pod” parents! We can tailor our presentation for parents of 8th, 9th, 10th or 11th grade students.
We do not charge for presentations.
With most high schools online/virtual through the spring, students may have less access to their school counselor than usual.
Our team of trained, professional counselors provide personalized guidance to make the college application process more organized and less stressful for high school students and their families.
We are currently signing contracts with the Class of 2022 and 2023. Please get in touch if you’re interested in learning more about our services.