*Greenwich's Premier Independent Admissions Experts & Educational Consultants*

Year after year, 97% or more of our clients are accepted to their top choice colleges and that includes Ivy League schools!

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Our senior admissions counselors, Dr. Paul R. Lowe and Dr. Nadine Cartwright-Lowe are active members of the following organizations that uphold the ethical and professional standards and principles of good admission practices in college and independent school counseling: Higher Education Consultants Association (HECA), National Association for College Admissions Counseling (NACAC), New Jersey Association for College Admission Counseling (NJACAC), New York State Association for College Admissions Counseling (NYSACAC) and International Association for College Admissions Counseling (IACAC).  

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Dr. Paul R. Lowe and Dr. Nadine Cartwright-Lowe.  The Higher Education Consultants Association (HECA) is the premier professional organization for consultants who focus exclusively on helping high school and college students realize their full potential.

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In this hyper-competitive admissions environment, even having high GPA and SAT scores, perceived connections, amazing essays and letters of recommendations, you still need an Ivy admissions advantage to stand out!

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  • With the heavy workload of most high school counselors, few know their students well or have the time to provide the undivided attention needed in college admissions process!
  • The National Association for College Admissions Counseling survey reported 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.
  • A recent poll reports two-thirds of young adults said their school counselor was of little help finding the right college.
  • The U.S. Department of Education's National Center for Education Statistics reported that, on average, high school guidance counselors spent only 22 percent of their time on college admissions and selection!
  • We visit colleges and universities annually to understand their missions and admissions policies and what they are looking for in applicants so that we can help our clients.  Guidance counselors don't and are unable to visit colleges. 
  • Convenient in-home consultations for busy families!  Our HOUSE CALL!
  • Your child's high school guidance counselor can't provide house calls!
  • Other educational consultants don't provide house calls!

At GAA, we use our knowledge, insight and experience, expertise and strong professional relationships to assist students and families for admissions to:  Undergraduate: Ivy League and highly selective colleges and Combined BS/MD Programs.  We know that we have better admissions success than local high school guidance counselors!  Don't believe us? Just ask where many top local public high school students will be attending colleges!  The response will not be top-choice colleges.


As a Greenwich location affiliate of Pinnacle Educational Center Admissions Advisors Group, we provide the following college admissions advisory services that help students get accepted to the best colleges:



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We offer our  Assurance Admissions Program  to qualified students.

Expert Admissions Advisors and Educational Consultants in Greenwich, CT, Fairfield County and Westcheter County