The Planning the High School Years Package


Recommended years:
•    Freshman/ Sophomore
•    Can begin anytime between the summer before 9th grade and the end of 10th grade.

Includes:
•    Up to 12 video conference sessions (45 min to 1 hr).  6 sessions will be planned by the educational consultant. The remaining sessions can be scheduled by the consultant, parent or student as needed.
•    Phone calls as needed.
•    Research, email and text time.
•    Myers-Briggs Type Indicator personality assessment and interpretation.
•    Access to College Planner Pro online college research, planning and organizational tools.
•    Four free hours of virtual private tutoring with Revolution Prep. Can be used for SAT/ACT prep or any academic subject.

Goals and Outcomes:
•    Get a head start on planning for college.
•    Maximize each year of high school.
•    Improve academic and extracurricular profile.
•    Identify strengths, interests and goals.

Services:
This package will be tailored to the specific needs and preferences of each student and family. The following is a list of services included in a “typical” Planning the High School Years package.
•    Discussion of how the student can make the most of his/her high school experience.
•    Identify and develop a plan for implementation of academic and personal goals.
•    Create a four-year academic and extracurricular plan that supports the student’s postsecondary goals and his/her academic, social and personal growth.
•    Assistance in choosing courses that are consistent with academic goals.
•    Outline a standardized testing plan.
•    Create and update an activities resume.
•    Identify meaningful summer experiences.
•    Use career interest inventories to encourage discussion of possible college majors and careers.

College admissions education is a focus of every “Planning the High School Years” package. You will learn:
•    What colleges are looking for when they evaluate a student’s application.
•    How to tell whether a college is right for you.
•    How to evaluate the competitiveness and selectivity of a college.
•    Tips for visiting colleges.
•    College terminology (early decision, rolling admissions, FAFSA, CSS profile etc.).
•    The financial aid process.
•    College research techniques.
•    The college planning and application timeline.