May 15, 2017
That was the case for Tyler, one year ago. He was an excellent student in his public school, he placed in ALP math and English. Tyler played on a travel soccer team, he played the guitar, and stood out as a young tennis player at his family’s club. But, his parents felt he would develop even more at one of the local private schools.
Tyler and his family have had an incredible experience as he enjoyed his first year at an independent school in Westchester. His parents were ecstatic that Tyler was challenged academically, each season he was on a school team, he played the guitar in a band, and he really enjoyed his woodshop class. His parents felt Tyler’s writing improved as he was expected to write essays in most of his classes. Above all, Tyler enjoys his close connections with his teachers and peers, in small classes.
For the past seven years, we have successfully guided numerous families and placed students at independent day and boarding schools of their choice. As educators in independent schools for over 25 years, we have developed close relationships with admissions directors which is advantageous when advocating for students. We work closely with each family to ensure that they have a positive experience during the process and ultimately have school options. Our students learn more about themselves as learners and what they are passionate about as they work with us.