For families seeking coaching for boarding school admission, The Bronze, Silver, and Gold Packages for Boarding School Admission are very similar to the college admission packages of the same name, but also include the additional services listed further below:
The Bronze Package
- See services, fees, and payment schedules for The Bronze Package for College Admission PLUS the services listed below.
The Silver Package
- See services, fees, and payment schedules for The Silver Package for College Admission PLUS the services listed below.
The Gold Package
- See services, fees, and payment schedules for The Gold Package for College Admission PLUS the services listed below.
The services listed below are for boarding school admission only and are in addition to what is offered in The Bronze, Silver, and Gold Packages:
- Interviews set up with key contacts at each recommended boarding school.
- Virtually all boarding schools have an evaluative interview process and, in most instances, they also interview the guardian/parent(s).
- Letter of recommendation provided to the recommended boarding school(s) to which your child applies.
- This letter accurately depicts your child’s strengths and areas for growth. It advocates for your child and includes specifics about their strengths and what they will bring to the school to which they are applying.
- Call to each boarding school admissions office (when schools welcome this) to let them know about your child.
- A small percentage of boarding schools are not receptive to such calls and letters. For those schools, the approach is modified.
- If a student applies for aid, the financial aid package will be discussed with the appropriate school contact if/when such action is in the best interest of the student and guardian/parent(s).
- This is not advisable for all boarding schools.
- Assist families in developing the best test score study plan. Guidance provided as to which SSAT instructor is the best match for a student.
- Review the results of the student’s SSAT and assist the student and the guardian/parent(s) in interpreting the test scores.