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  • Grade 9. Create a four-year academic plan. Discuss extracurricular activities and leadership. Explore your interests and discover summer options. Begin to plan for testing. Determine need for tutoring. Discuss and investigate interests. Understand the criteria colleges use to make admissions decisions.

    Grade 9. Create a four-year academic plan. Discuss extracurricular activities and leadership. Explore your interests and discover summer options. Begin to plan for testing. Determine need for tutoring. Discuss and investigate interests. Understand the criteria colleges use to make admissions decisions.

    Let us help you map out your four-year high school plan.
  • Grade 10. Reassess and fine-tune your academic plan. Review and evaluate your extra-curricular activities. Determine which standardized tests to take and when to take them. Get input on how to explore your interests. Set the stage for success in Junior year.

    Grade 10. Reassess and fine-tune your academic plan. Review and evaluate your extra-curricular activities. Determine which standardized tests to take and when to take them. Get input on how to explore your interests. Set the stage for success in Junior year.

    Fine tune your academic plan.
  • Grade 11. Begin exploring what different colleges and universities offer. Prepare and tutor for standardized tests. Decide which schools to visit. Think about recommendations. Plan for summer. Position yourself for Senior year.

    Grade 11. Begin exploring what different colleges and universities offer. Prepare and tutor for standardized tests. Decide which schools to visit. Think about recommendations. Plan for summer. Position yourself for Senior year.

    Let us help you get prepared to Head for College.
  • Grade 12. Finalize your college list. Decide how to apply and when. Create a resumé. Complete essays and applications. Prepare for interviews. Talk with with college reps and admissions officers. Complete and submit applications. Confirm all elements of application are on time and complete.

    Grade 12. Finalize your college list. Decide how to apply and when. Create a resumé. Complete essays and applications. Prepare for interviews. Talk with with college reps and admissions officers. Complete and submit applications. Confirm all elements of application are on time and complete.

    Learn more about our services for Seniors.
  • Graduate Studies. Headed for College can help you assess your graduate school options and guide you to the best schools and programs in your field of interest. Our expert graduate school consultants have many years of experience in graduate admissions and advising college students.

    Graduate Studies. Headed for College can help you assess your graduate school options and guide you to the best schools and programs in your field of interest. Our expert graduate school consultants have many years of experience in graduate admissions and advising college students.

    Learn how we can help you find the right Graduate program.

One-on-One, Expert Guidance With A Dedicated Consultant Who Is Responsive To Your Unique Needs

Making the right choices in high school can seem like a puzzle. We’ll show you how to make the pieces fit. Headed For College guides students and parents with a customized, step-by-step approach. Headed For College will:

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  • Provide Comprehensive Academic Planning from 8th Grade to Graduate School
  • Identify Strengths and Weaknesses in Academics and Activities
  • Help Students Find Rewarding Extracurricular Activities and Develop Leadership
  • Assist Students in Exploring Interests and Determining Focus
  • Help Students Make the Most of Their High School Experience
  • Explain and Demystify the College Application and Admissions Process
  • Identify Colleges That are a Great Match
  • Help Students Prepare for Campus Visits and Interviews
  • Provide Guidance on Distinctive Summer Programs
  • Advise on Standardized Testing – Which Tests and When to Take Them
  • Offer Recruiting Support for Athletes and Portfolio Guidance for Performing and Visual Artists
  • Help Families Understand Financial Aid and Merit Scholarship Opportunities
  • Offer Guidance Regarding Graduate Programs and Career Counseling
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