Our Students

University of Rochester

We pride ourselves on the wise and caring support that we offer to families and students from a wide variety of academic backgrounds, and with very diverse personal and educational goals. Though many of our counselors’ professional experiences have been at highly-selective high schools and universities, our students consider a broad range of institutions.

We have extensive experience with:

  • American and international students who attend a wide range of secondary school systems

  • Students who have exceptional abilities – either academic or extracurricular

  • Students with learning differences or who have faced personal challenges

  • Student-athletes who wish to pursue athletics at school or college

  • Home-schooled students or students with alternative learning experiences

  • Students who need encouragement to bring out their personal best

What our students have in common by the time they enter their chosen high school or college is a clarity of purpose and a sense of satisfaction in having found a match between their educational experience and their own character.

CollegeGoals students come from the following countries:

First of all, I wanted to thank you for being always so patient, attentive, responsive, available and TRULY genuinely kind, yet always challenging.

You quickly connected with our son in a way that any kid would consider “cool.” That single, first conversation set the entire tone for our son’s approach to boarding school. Your ability to understand his issues, feelings and hopes was what made your recommendations so meaningful. Boarding school has changed the trajectory of our son’s life.
Parent, California

I think it is worth sharing that EVERY time my wife and I conclude our meetings with you, we both look at each other and smile. There is a sense of calm and confidence that you have that makes us feel that things are going to work out and be fine. And that means a lot.

Parent, Texas
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