Message to Parents

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Dear parents,

As the parent of a high school student, you already know, or will soon discover that the college admissions process involves more than just the student.  You are sharing an experience that is the culmination of many years of schooling and parenting.  Applying to and getting accepted to colleges is a significant life event – for both parent and child.  Understandably, students face a precarious balancing act as they juggle school, study for exams, engage in extracurricular activities – all of this colliding with the occasional dating crisis and social drama. Parents often struggle with the balancing act of being involved in the college application process while fostering independence within their soon to be adult children. Even the most dedicated and involved parent can feel overwhelmed and the pressure that children face during this time can be intense, even detrimental to their usual strong academic performance.

The college admissions process can be tedious and complicated but your child doesn’t have to travel this road alone.  A College Masters consultant specializes in helping your child (and you) through the college admissions process by reducing stress, relieving pressure, and helping you and your child maintain sanity from start to finish.  As the college admissions process gets more and more intense, we will be there to guide you through unfamiliar terrain, answer your questions, and help your child position himself or herself in a way that will increase his or her future options for colleges.

Every parent wants the best for their children.  And at the end of the day, what we want most for our children is for them be happy and to realize their full potential in life.  Fortunately for you, focusing on your child’s college admissions preparation is our number one priority. With the commitment you have to your child’s success combined with our expertise and guidance, together we can increase the college options for your child and celebrate each acceptance letter as they come pouring in during the Winter and Spring of their Senior year.

All the best,

Dr. Rim