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Blog: College Search
How to do College Visits by Private Jets
There has been much written lately about the 1% using private jets to visit three to four colleges in a day with their teen. No matter how you travel make sure you allow yourself enough time on each campus to fully experience the academics, lifestyle and the people.
Turning a College Tour Trip into a Vacation
Janice Caine interviewed in College Covered article
Check out this article in College Covered about turning a College Tour Trip into a vacation. Janice has some suggestions for planning your college tour trip.
We Can Help Plan Your Teen’s College Tour
No matter what stage of the college search process you’re in, we’ll help you manage your time and create itineraries so you can tour the college campuses that are of interest to you.
Parent Prep for College Visits
we all hope our teens will take the initiative to do the initial background research on different colleges and universities, and ultimately develop their own college list and their unique list of questions as they prepare for college visits. Yet, along with preparation for standardized tests, a daunting class schedule, and keeping up with extracurricular activities, it’s difficult to for them to take-on the added responsibility of planning college visit logistics.
Bonding with your Teen on College Road Trips
Time seems to pass faster and faster as our kids grow older—and the high school years seem to fly by. The frenzied life of a teenager offers little in the way of quality family time
Inside the Mysterious Process of College Admissions
The competition to land a spot at America’s top colleges is as fierce as ever. An inside look at the mysterious process of admissions, plus what students and parents should be doing to have the ultimate advantage.
Custom College Visits mentioned in US News Article
Experts say visiting colleges during the application process or after being admitted enables prospective students to more closely understand what it’s like to be a student, giving them insight beyond the information on school websites.
Helping Families From Around the World
This is Why I Enjoy Helping Families
About two weeks (Spring 2017) ago I received an email from a mom in Russia. She explained to me that her son had been admitted to several U.S. colleges and they were headed here to visit them, so afterward he could make his final decision about where to attend.