No other summer camp in Greenwich or Fairfield and Westchester Counties will provide top students with this competitive advantage!
PARENTS ASK WHY THE NEED TO HIRE ADMISSIONS EXPERTS LIKE US?
HERE ARE THE FACTS:
(1) The National Association for College Admission Counseling’s 2014 State of College Admissions reported that on average, high school guidance counselors spend only 24 percent of their time on college admissions counseling. This means that high school guidance counselors spend the majority of their time on school activities unrelated to college admissions. We spend 100% of our time on college admissions with our clients!
(2) The National Association for College Admission Counseling survey indicated that high school guidance counselors have an average caseload of 125 to as high as 500 students making them unable to provide adequate college guidance. What's your high school student-to-guidance counselor ratio? How often does your guidance counselor meet with your child after school? On weekends? During the summer? Are they on-call for college admissions advice?
(3) The National Association for College Admission Counseling reported in the Journal of College Admissions that " High school counselors with bigger and bigger caseloads have much more to do for college applicants, but little time." We spend a lot of time with our clients and deliver results!
07/09/15 - "College Admissions Seminar - The Essay" A Greenwich Admissions Advisors Event at our Greenwich offices. Thursday, July 9, 2015; 3:00PM - 4:00PM.
05/18/15 - "College Admissions Seminar for International Families and Students" A Greenwich Admissions Advisors Event at our Greenwich offices. Monday, May18, 2015; 5:00PM - 7:00PM
05/02/15 - "On the College Trail: Q & A with Dr. Paul Lowe" 2015 National College Fair presented by National Association for College Admissions Counseling (NACAC), at the Meadowlands Exposition Center at Harmon, in Secaucus, NJ. Dr. Lowe answers questions posed by students, parents and high school counselors. Featured in the Greenwich Free Press.