There is no one-size-fits-all template for advising students, as each student has a different pathway. After a careful set of assessments, My Pathway to CollegeTM will work to encourage, guide, and motivate your student to put his or her best foot forward in the college admissions process.

My Pathway to CollegeTM takes the stress out of applying to colleges by breaking down the process into manageable timelines on how to discover, navigate, and explore a student’s pathway to college. Call My Pathway to CollegeTM for a consultation meeting to determine which pathway package will be the best fit for your student based on his/her college and career interests.


Takeaways from the 2021 Admission Year

Everyone involved in the college admission world would probably agree that the 2021 admission cycle was unlike any other. At a recent gathering of educational consultants, we compiled a list of takeaways that will likely be important for the next few years. Current juniors should keep these takeaways in mind while finalizing their... Read More

Handling Denials—How Parents Can Help

  Parents just want to help. The natural reaction when you see your child suffering is to try and make it better. Denials are inevitable in an atmosphere of increasingly selective admissions, so how can parents help ease the pain when their child is not chosen, for many reasons relating to the college’s... Read More

To Test or Not to Test? That is the Question

With so much uncertainty about test requirements for the high school class of 2022, many juniors are torn as they try to decide if they should prepare for and take the SAT or ACT this year. As of this time, many colleges have not announced their plans for remaining test-optional or test blind... Read More

Making the Most of Virtual Tours

One of the many rites of passage for college-bound high school students is the college tour. Although the COVID pandemic has brought most options for on-campus tours to a grinding halt, this should not prevent high school students from continuing to ‘visit’ their many colleges of interest in ways that have been second-nature... Read More