K-12 Boarding/Day School Admissions Counseling

We offer comprehensive admissions planning packages and hourly services to help a wide variety of students, starting with where you are in the process. Please inquire about pricing and to receive an initial 30-minute consultation to learn more about our services and process.

 

 

boarding/day school admissions package

Best for: Guidance through preparation for applying to competitive day and boarding schools, and navigating admissions requirements & processes

For families and students that are interested in finding good fitting private day and boarding schools throughout the United States. Julia attended a top boarding school in the northeast, worked in admissions in a New York-area boarding and day school and offers a comprehensive search and application support package. 

 

boarding/day school interview prep for international students

Best for: If you are already on the admissions path, but need targeted support preparing for admissions interviews over Skype or on campus

Many international students now have to interview through Vericant or similar tools required by boarding/day schools and colleges throughout the US. We typically recommend 8-12 sessions to adequately prepare for a Vericant or in-person interviewing opportunity. Given the sheer volume of international students applying to US boarding schools, admissions officers resoundingly place increasing importance on the student interview to confirm English ability and judge of fit. 

 

post-enrollment & ongoing international student support

Best for: Students whose families cannot accompany students or closely monitor student academic and social progress, want peace of mind that any of your student's issues will be swiftly dealt with by a trustworthy and reliable local.

Post-enrollment services include guidance and preparation to enter school, on-campus academic and logistical support after students arrive, as well as advising during a student's tenure in school. We are parents' local eyes and ears on the ground and help with any problems or issues that may arise, provide translation, attend meetings, and act as a student's local advocate.