Our college counseling program is designed to help students formulate college lists that best reflect their interests, passions and goals. We are experts at strategizing how to get into Ivy League schools as well as many other top colleges nationally and internationally. We are also experts in finding schools for students with learning differences and other challenges. The college application process can be confusing and daunting; having a personal college counselor can make this process painless and, dare we say, fun. Ultimately, our goal is to find the best fit schools for our students.
Arete’s College Application Package provides the client with a personal college counseling coach who walks the student through the process from start to finish. We get to know the whole student – what his/her academic strengths are, what excites him/her outside the classroom, what environment will most help him/her thrive. At Arete we help students select the college list that best reflects their interests, passions and goals. If a student knows his or her first choice school, we expertly analyze the strengths and areas of development for the applicant and provide specific strategies to help make that dream a reality.
Whether you are a straight-A student body president set on going to Stanford or you are a struggling student still looking for your passion and unsure of where to apply, Arete counselors will customize a program to suit your individual needs.
Arete provides college placement support for students with learning differences. We match students with colleges and coordinate his/her special needs with programs and address learning differences in an application when necessary.
Arete will save you time and money by eliminating many unnecessary steps in finding the right school with the appropriate programs for students with learning differences such as:
- Dyslexia (and other reading based differences)
- Dyscalculia (and other math based differences)
- Dysgraphia (and other writing based differences)
- ADD & ADHD
- Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Executive Functioning Issues