Make Your Teen A Super Star College Applicant
Your teen’s extracurricular ACHIEVEMENTS, (not activities) are the single biggest asset for college admission
Enhance your teen’s personal growth, confidence, skills and motivation through strategic use of extracurricular activities.
In This Bootcamp Discover:
How admission officers make decisions
Which factors impact admission decisions
How to navigate curriculum choices
How your teen’s extracurriculars influence admission
How to show: Passion, Talent, Initiative and Impact
How to create a compelling story for admission
How to overcome weaknesses and highlight strengths
How parents can help teens standout
Super Star Resume Guide – Free
Super Star Letter Templates – Free
Super Star Project Template – Free
“I just wanted to thank you again for all your hard work in preparing Sammy for his Boston trip. He was really great…mature, confident, articulate and most importantly, happy. Your scheduling and directions were perfect. You made our days very smooth and easy. Sammy was very comfortable in Boston. Thank you again for all your hard work and all your time that you put into Sammy, it really showed.”
– PAM K.
Mother of Sammy K. / Saint Andrew’s School
“We know we are not alone in how we feel about you. You are so very much more than a coach to your students and their families. Your support and genuine interest in our children’s success and well-being is both touching and invaluable.”
– WAYNE AND LISA W.
Parents of Mia W. and Ryan W. / Saint Andrew’s School
“Barbara has done a great job in helping our daughter, Jensen, navigate the college and scholarship application process. We interviewed several companies that offer similar services. I am convinced that we made the right choice. She made a concerted effort to get to know Jensen before suggesting specific colleges. So far Jensen is four for four in acceptances! Barb has certainly exceeded our expectations!”
– GREGG S.
Father of Jensen S. / Westminster Academy School
“The process of applying to college was scary, overwhelming and foreign to our family. Things have changed so much since we applied, so we were lost. Barbara took the panic and stress out of the entire process. I don’t think we could have done the ten applications, multiple essays, or managed the “new and improved” common app, without her expertise and belief in our daughter. The word grateful is not a strong enough word for how she has helped Sarah through this important and stressful time in her life.”
– LISA F.
Mother of Sarah F. / Saint Andrew’s School