College Admissions Guidance
We provide students with resources and advice so that they can submit high quality college applications. In a span of only four months, students receive the tips and tricks needed to write an exceptional application essay, craft a detailed résumé, and, of course, potentially get into their dream school.
Frisco
3550 Parkwood Blvd, #500,
Frisco, TX 75034
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Delivery Methods

Virtual Live Bootcamp
Virtual Live Bootcamp
In-Person Bootcamp
In-Person Bootcamp

College Admissions Guidance

Have you heard? Along with providing tips for college essays and applications, we
also teach students how to create a practical college list and receive financial aid.
After all, this program is all-inclusive!

In this engaging, 12-part webinar series, students will receive guidance on a comprehensive approach to choosing and applying to colleges. From application to acceptance, this program will help students with:

1
Assessing College Fit

How to decide what you want for your college experience and what schools align with your preferences and academic profile.

2
Understanding What Colleges Look For

A review of the application requirements and the key factors colleges consider when evaluating applicants.

3
Creating a College List

Tools for developing a preliminary college list based on your preferences from webinar 1, your GPA/transcript performance, and test score performance.

4
Preparing for Campus Visits and College Fairs, and the Importance of Demonstrated Interest

Resources to guide you through college visits and meetings with admissions personnel and faculty, as well as how to demonstrate interest for colleges who track this.

5
Extracurriculars and Summer Activities

How to develop a strong resume and stand out through meaningful activities outside the classroom.

6
When to Apply/After You’ve Applied

Understanding the various admission decision options (ED, EA, EDII, RSA), what to do if you are deferred and how to submit appeals.

7
Letters of Recommendation and Interviews

How to ask teachers for recommendations and prepare for engaging conversations in college interviews.

8
The College Application Platforms

Understanding the key differences (Common App, Coalition App,
UC system app, Apply TX, etc) and overview of how to complete the various sections.

9
College Essay Part I

Writing the personal statement.

10
College Essay Part II

Writing essay supplements for selective colleges.

11
Financial Aid, Scholarships and Merit awards

Understanding your financial aid options and maximizing your opportunity to get money for college.

12
Preparing Applications for Highly Selective Schools

What these schools expect from applicants, the importance of the “hook” for selective schools, and information for students who want to apply to medical school.

Customize your experience with add-ons

Essay Supplements
Essay Supplements
  • 100 words or less    $150
  • 250 words or less    $250
  • 500 words or less    $400
Mock Interviews
Mock Interviews
  • 1.5h    $200
Additional 1-on-1 Sessions
Additional 1-on-1 Sessions
  • 30 minutes    $100
  • 60 minutes    $175
  • 90 minutes    $250
Financial Aid Seminar for Parents
Financial Aid Seminar for Parents
A seminar for parents to provide greater detail about filling out the FAFSA and CSS profile, applying for scholarships, the financial aid timeline, and appealing financial aid decisions.
  • 2 hours session    $100

This workshop will simplify and demystify the college application and admission process for students and parents, while helping future scholars find colleges and apply with less stress and more joy.

Through hands-on learning activities and research, you’ll get tools, techniques, and timelines to give you a competitive advantage and make the process more efficient. Expert instruction from a seasoned college admissions advisor will help you find and explore best fit colleges and learn what you’ll need to do to apply. You’ll take with you the beginnings of a college list, a resume outline, interview skills and essay writing techniques and practice.

This workshop will cover:

1
College Fit

How to determine which colleges and degrees are best for you.

2
What Colleges are Looking For

Criteria colleges use to evaluate applicants.

3
College Lists

How to research colleges and create a preliminary, well-balanced list of likely, target and reach schools.

4
Extracurricular and Summer Activities

How to stand out beyond test scores and grades and craft a strong resume.

5
Letters of Recommendation and Interviews

How to distinguish yourself through compelling recommendations from teachers and conversations with admissions officers.

6
Completing the Applications

Overview of the various application platforms and how to complete them.

7
College Essays

How to write an engaging, unique and interesting personal statement, as well as individual essay supplements.

8
Highly Selective Schools

Requirements and admissions standards for elite universities.

9
Financial Aid, Scholarships and Merit Awards

An overview of the FAFSA and CSS Profile, and how to maximize your opportunity to get money from colleges.

Students must bring a personal laptop or iPad to the class.

We and our students strive for college success

College scholarships
$900K+
Ivy League acceptances
34
BS MD program acceptances
62
Submitted applications
750+

Program Highlights

College Guidance
College Guidance
This program will assist you in understanding what colleges are looking for in their applicants, how to begin the college application process, what to do to enhance your résumé, and so much more. The instruction and advice that we provide you will not only inform you of the multitude of ways in which you can approach a higher education, but it will also help you make your college applications truly stand out from the rest. College, here we come!
Financial Aid Tips
Financial Aid Tips
We all know that college isn’t cheap. We will help you better understand what your financial aid options are as well as the best way to get assistance through student loans, scholarships, and more. With our advice, you will be able to minimize the cost of your boarding and tuition and maximize your opportunity to get money for college.
Extracurriculars, Essays, and Recommendation Letters
Extracurriculars, Essays, and Recommendation Letters
Both extracurricular activities and essays form a crucial part of a strong college application. We will walk you through the essay-writing process and give you strategies to craft a paper that showcases your strengths as well as all the meaningful activities you do outside the classroom. We will also advise you on when and how to get recommendation letters from your teachers and counselor.

Yes! We will guide you on the best way to write an essay that truly stands out in the eyes of college admissions staff. 

Absolutely! No matter what university you wish to attend, we will teach you how to submit an exceptional application with strong recommendation letters, essays, and a resume chock-full of your activities. 

Of course! We understand that applying to college is a tedious and oftentimes confusing process, and we will walk you through the variety of ways (and apps) that you can use to apply for college, including the Common App, the Coalition App and so much more. And don’t worry! Rather than simply giving you a list of apps or application methods, we will teach you exactly how to use them so that you have no doubts when applying. Sounds like a good deal!

No. Instead, we will guide you on the best ways to receive financial aid and scholarships from colleges (and even from your high school!). We will help you maximize your ability to gain money for college so that you can minimize the amount of money that leaves your pocket.