The College Counseling team helps you in your curriculum planning freshman and sophomore years–they know what selective colleges and universities want to see. In sophomore year, you begin to consider college options and you attend of the college fairs hosted by George School in addition to the sophomore-focused seminars and workshops.
As you move into your junior year, you begin your one-on-one meetings with your personal counselor, participate in the junior seminars and workshops, attend our annual college fair to expand your list of colleges that match your interests, and begin your college essay writing.
In your senior year, you should be well prepared. Your counselor reviews your list of colleges and universities, checks over your entire application, and helps you through that last few hurdles of the college process. Applying for financial aid or looking for an athletic or other special scholarship? Your counselor can help there too.
Our college counseling seminar series serves as a framework for these conversations throughout your junior year. As you move into your senior year, you will work with your college counselor to craft an intentional college list, organize your applications, and identify where your future aspirations will be fulfilled.