Plans

All work begins with the Introduction to College Planning meeting. After the initial meeting, families can select the level of support that they need. Students can begin as early as January of eighth grade and ideally by spring of sophomore year. 

Premium Plan

This plan provides one hour of consulting for each of the four areas below:

~List building and calibrating

~Essay writing

~Financial aid and merit scholarships

~Common Application Review

Bronze Plan

The Bronze Plan provides support for students that need help creating a college list that has a range of reach, 50-50 schools and high probability schools. This plan includes personal surveys and an account on the GuidedPath college planning platform.

Silver Plan

The Silver Plan provides assistance to complete the Common Application, the main essay and up to four supplemental writing pieces. This includes professional editing on all essays.

Gold Plan

This is a comprehensive package that offers support and guidance in all aspects of college planning, including; an account with GuidedPath, a platform to organize all areas of the admissions process, a testing plan, summer activity guidance, high school course selection, financial aid, merit scholarships, list building, leveraging ED1 & ED2, college visits, and interviewing. This includes completion of the Common Application and up to four supplemental essays. 

*Proprietary applications as well as the Apply Texas and the University of California application can be added as a separate package if appropriate.

Platinum Plan

The Platinum Plan is designed for students that are applying to a number of ultra-selective schools with extensive essay writing. This package includes everything in the Gold Plan and provides support for the Common Application and up to eight supplemental essays, with professional editing.

*Proprietary applications as well as the Apply Texas and the University of California application can be added as a separate package if appropriate. 

Hourly Plan

I offer hourly consulting, based on availability, to families that have done the Introduction to  College Planning.