The Q&A method is a fun, engaging, and exciting way to approach the application process. You have a million QUESTIONS. We have the ANSWERS—and 25 years of college counseling experience to back them up.
IDENTIFY: We poke, prod, ask and listen to identify a student’s strengths and goals.
PLAN: We formulate a unique plan to highlight a student's strengths and help them stand out.
EXECUTE: We streamline the process of selecting colleges that fit and teach students how to easily execute the components needed for success.
CONGRATS to our students from: Arcadia HS, Crossroads, LACES, Brentwood School, Buckley School, Calabasas HS, Campbell Hall, Cate School, Chaminade, De Toledo High School, Harvard Westlake, LA County School for the Arts, Notre Dame High School, Oak Park HS, Oakwood School, Sierra Canyon School, Taft School Logan High School and Viewpoint School! All have gained fall 2017 admission to the colleges and universities below.
PARENTS WHO CARE: Getting them here hasn't been easy and you have always strived for the best, so when it comes to college guidance, you want to make sure that nothing slips through the cracks and that you support your student's hard work with the most current and up-to-date information they need to apply to colleges effectively.
ANXIOUS STUDENTS: You've done the hard part and now you need some help with the details. Go from 0-60 with our stress free College Application Workshops and learn how to get organized, be efficient with your time and resources but most importantly, apply their secrets for getting it done and getting in!
PROVEN: Trust the highly qualified experts at the College Summit to guide students using their proven strategies to help them find their unique voice and position them so they can stand out in this highly competitive process.
FAMILIAR: They are familiar with Arcadia and Conejo Valley students and have many local references that can speak to their effective strategies and the SUCCESS of their previous students who have attended many of the IVY LEAGUE schools as well as BERKELEY, UCLA and other top schools.