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High Schools and Colleges

For High Schools

Speaking Opportunities:

Upon request, Elisia will come and speak at your high school. Whether it is for a single classroom, an entire student assembly, or a PTSA, we are happy to educate you and your students on a variety of topics. Some of these topics are listed below, while others are available upon request:

  • The College Timeline
  • Understanding Financial Aid
  • Debunking College Myths
  • SAT or ACT- What’s the Difference?
  • Your Guide to Free Colleges
  • Application Secrets
  • Opening the Gates to the Ivy League
  • My Free Time- What should students really be doing in the summer?
  • The All-Powerful Essay
  • The College Application Process for Immigrant Families
  • AP vs. Running Start

FAFSA:

Most people find the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) confusing to say the least. Often, this confusion leads to parents and students making mistakes that can cost them thousands of dollars they shouldn’t have had to spend. We complete the FAFSA for our clients so they can receive the maximum offer.

Financial Aid Review

Because most people do not know all of the ins and outs of financial aid award letters, we often see people make a variety of mistakes that cost a lot of money. To make matters worse, each school’s award letter looks differently, adding to the confusion. It can often be hard to understand the differences in the loans that are offered, which ones you should take first (if any), and what is free money.

Students and parents often take out too much in loans because they do not completely understand what they are signing or know what their alternatives are. We will look over your award letters with you so you and your family understand what you are being offered and what your options are.

Fundraising Opportunities:

SAT Boot Camp

SAT Boot Camp was designed with the students who struggle the most in mind. Most test prep companies design curriculums and teach to the highest level student, leaving the rest behind. That is why parents end up paying too much money for programs that, in the end, didn’t result in increasing their child’s test score. With our years of experience teaching test prep around the world, we have created a curriculum that every student can benefit from academically, as well as help the high number of students who struggle with test anxiety.

We baby step students through every question type and provide them with techniques to best approach each problem they are given. By the end of the course, students will understand exactly what they are being asked and how to identify the correct answer so there are no surprises come test day. Our curriculum teaches not only the skills the students need to succeed intellectually on the SAT, but mentally as well, so they can earn the highest score possible.

Application Boot Camp

During Application Boot Camp, students will either work through our online program, or in-person with a member of our team to walk them through the steps required to have a successful university acceptance. Through our boot camp program, students receive many of the benefits of working with a college consultant at a substantially lower cost. For more information about our Application Boot Camp, click here.

For Colleges and Universities

Student Loans

When students are about to graduate from college, they often don’t know what their options are as far as paying back their loans is concerned. Many assume that they are just stuck paying the set monthly amount. Because they often don’t understand how much they really need to pay and don’t know how little their entry-level salary can afford them, they end up defaulting on their student loans. We help graduates understand exactly what to expect and set them up with the best repayment plan for their situation. We can also get them signed up for forgiveness immediately so they have as many options as possible moving forward.

FAFSA:

Most people find the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) confusing to say the least. Often, this confusion leads to parents and students making mistakes that can cost them thousands of dollars they shouldn’t have had to spend. We complete the FAFSA for our clients so they can receive the maximum offer.

Financial Aid Review

Because most people do not know all of the ins and outs of financial aid award letters, we often see people make a variety of mistakes that cost a lot of money. To make matters worse, each school’s award letter looks differently, adding to the confusion. It can often be hard to understand the differences in the loans that are offered, which ones you should take first (if any), and what is free money.

Students and parents often take out too much in loans because they do not completely understand what they are signing or know what their alternatives are. We will look over your award letters with you so you and your family understand what you are being offered and what your options are.