Preliminary Game Plan and Strategy Meeting


During this hour-long session, students will meet with a member of our college counseling team to discuss the student’s profile and offer thoughts and advice regarding the development of a personalized game plan and strategy as they get ready to embark on the college admissions process.

This time will be an opportunity to review their academic profile, offer feedback and advice and answer student-specific questions regarding the admissions process.

Students and parents must submit intake forms and academic profile materials one week prior to their scheduled meeting time. Our counselors will review each student’s profile during team meetings to assess their goals, develop strategies and determine next steps that are personalized to the student. Students will have the opportunity to ask any questions pertaining to test preparation and the college process. The goal of this consultation meeting is to discuss the college process timeline, determine next steps based on where the student is in the college application process, talk about specific schools and programs that are applicable to the student and address questions provided on intake forms as well as other questions that come up during the session.

Session Breakdown

10 min

Counselor will share an overview of materials and reiterate student’s goals that have been established by family prior to the meeting

20 – 30 min

Counselor will discuss every aspect of the meeting agenda that is created specifically for that student meeting.

20 – 30 min

Counselor will open the floor to the student and parents to ask questions pertaining to the process and discuss next steps

5 – 10 min

Counselors share information about potential services and offerings.

Intake Forms

Please complete the following Intake Forms:

Necessary Materials

Please share the following materials with prior to your session: 


Please bring any transcripts from ninth grade to present-day. Unofficial transcripts are acceptable. 

Working Resume

A list of activities, honors, distinctions, sports, fine and performing arts, clubs, work, internship experience, volunteering, hobbies, and passions

Two Recent Writing Samples

Samples should be from different classes; for example, a history and an English paper.

Any and All Testing

Please bring the results of any standardized testing: MCAS, PSAT, PACT, SAT/ACT, SAT, Subject Tests, etc. 

IEP Reports, 504 Plans, and/or Neuropsychological Testing

If applicable, please bring any testing results. 

List of Colleges

If applicable, please bring a list of colleges that the student is interested in or has visited. 

Common App Login Info

If applicable, please come with your Common Application username and password.

Working Drafts

If applicable, please bring any drafts of your personal statement, supplemental essays, etc. 

Schedule Today

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