These vary from all boys, all girls, or coeducational institutions. In most cases the process for these types of schools are quite similar.
The middle school focus is on both parent and student. The high school focus is more heavily geared towards the student. Our approach explores their interests, specific skills, talents, and priorities such as the arts or sports, extracurricular activities, and social environments.
We begin with a comprehensive discussion with the parents and then the student, a review of applicable academic and test records, and completion of a Student/Family Profile. This helps us better understand your student, family values, priorities, and preferences, as well as strengths, needs, and learning styles.
We advise you on application essays, prepare for any required interviews, and advocate with schools on your behalf.
We guide you through each step of the application in order to produce a profile that best presents individual strengths and interests to the schools of your choice. Once applications are submitted and school notifications have been received, whether admitted, denied, deferred, or wait listed, we continue to guide parents and students to a final resolution.
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Please note: DOTS is an ethical independent educational consultant and is not affiliated with or paid by any school or college.