Teens, we are in your corner.

We know you have questions that are different from the ones your folks are asking. And we know you have concerns you can’t always voice easily to them either. That’s why we’re here. 

“Thank you so much for all of your help with his essay and application. You really helped him tell his ‘story’. It sounded so much more like him after your help than before. You also helped me with a process that initially felt very daunting.

We will definitely be looking for your assistance again when our daughter begins this process.”

H.P., mother of Brett, high school student (and Sami too!)

“Thank you for everything you've done and suggested for us to do. You have been so much help. It is so overwhelming - the process and deadlines and what to focus on and what to gloss over. I feel great about Haley and her decisions. They are hers and she is going through all the steps I would want her to.

Thanks more than you know.”

T.P., mother of Haley, high school student

About Kimberly

kimberlyBased in Cleveland, Ohio, I successfully work with clients from around the country and across the globe who are seeking to enter post-secondary education in the United States.

I support individuals in career and higher education planning by answering “what do I want to do when I grow up?” or “what’s the best college for me?” or “how do I pursue graduate or professional school?”

My practice is built on a twenty-five year tenure in higher education that began when I was still in college myself, continued through recruiting students for two Cleveland, Ohio-area schools and extended to working as a consultant in dozens of college admission offices around the United States.

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