High School Coaching: Academic Planning & Resume Package
Who is this for? The Academic Planning and Resume Package (APRP) is for students and families looking to stay ahead of the curve with their college admissions preparation. In the APRP our professionals conduct two major steps: development of a formal list of colleges for early consideration, and preparation of Professional Tutoring’s highly successful Student Resume.
Client deliverables generally include:
Initial Consultation: 1.5-2 hour expert consultation to evaluate the student’s academic, social, athletic and financial needs. Also considered are the family’s expectations and needs concerning college decisions. Student will leave with a road map to college including course selection, test planning, activity cohesion, career research for major/course consideration, and a preliminary list of colleges.
CSDM: A one-hour meeting with student to develop a College Selection Decision Matrix outlining up to 30 potential colleges for consideration listing average required SAT/ACT scores, GPA, student/teacher ratio, male/female student body ratio, majors, athletics and other qualitative and quantitative data points; ranked by admissions probability (Safety, Attainable or Reach).
Student Resume Workshop: Workshop for student and parent(s) on the creation and development of a strong student resume: a unique personal marketing document valued by college admissions officers.
Resume Review and Editing: Educational, volunteer and activity consulting to reinforce student resume and enhance marketing themes. Includes the editing of a 1st, 2nd, and final draft.
The Official Julia Ross College Admissions Handbook, 2020.
No substitutions: The Academic Planning and Resume Program includes the deliverables listed above, substitutions of service are not permitted.
Advantages: In the APRP, students receive excellent guidance along their journey through high school toward college. Our students consistently impress high school teachers, guidance counselors, and college admissions officers and are often praised for their preparation, organization. The preparation pays off both in admissions and scholarships!
Optimal Start Time: End of 6th grade to first-semester 11th grade.