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Some of our package services reach capacity early in the year.  Please contact us at 301-907-7604 to learn which services are currently available and would work best for you and your student.

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We provide one-on-one admission counseling and educational advising, customized to suit the needs of each student and family. From a single hourly session to a year-long package, we work with our clients to make an effective, efficient plan for their academic success and long-term educational goals.

Educational Planning Services and Fees by Grade

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9th Grade
10th Grade
11th Grade
12th Grade

College Transfer Services

College Transfer

Graduate School Educational Planning

Graduate and Professional Educational Planning

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98% of our Seniors in Early Decision I and II, Early Action, and/or Rolling admissions pools have received acceptances.


How to Approach the “Why Us?” Essay

“Why Us?” It’s the most common question you’ll be asked to write about as a supplemental essay to your college application.   When you break down this prompt to its most basic form, colleges want to know two things: You’ve done your homework, and you know why the school is the best fit for you…. Read more »


Tips on Time Management for the New School Year

Get back in the swing of things with these time management tips! A new school year is around the corner, and we hope that this one will allow for kids in classrooms and on sports fields rather than in pajamas and on Zoom! As regular school days and extracurricular activities pick up again this year,… Read more »


SSAT and ISEE Vocabulary Tips

  SSAT and ISEE vocabulary study plan tips If your child is preparing to take the SSAT or the ISEE this fall, chances are they will need to expand their vocabulary in order to do well on the verbal sections of the tests. The SSAT and the ISEE both test vocabulary words out of context,… Read more »


LSAT Preparation Tips: When to Start Studying for the August or Later Test

When is the best time to start preparing for the LSAT? Thinking of taking the August LSAT? Then it’s a good idea to get started ASAP if you haven’t already. Starting now gives you about 6 weeks to prepare, which may be enough if you’re able to spend 10-20 hours a week preparing.  If you’re… Read more »