Choose your own path. Not every family has the same needs. At CCPrep, you choose how our services can best support you through the application process.
Our one-hour private sessions are tailored to each student by grade level (8-12) and individual needs. Families meet with an educational consultant who helps them develop academic, testing, and activity plans. Discussions about academic coursework, the current admission environment, and tips for planning will give your student a realistic view of college expectations and encourage them to do their personal best. At an initial consultation, we provide a workbook and start-up file kit to help your student keep track of important information they’ll need during the planning process. A College Counseling Consultation is a great way to get your student to think about college and take the first steps towards an organized search and application process.
We recommend students complete at least one College Counseling Consultation each school year to have their questions answered and keep their testing, academic, and activity plans up-to-date.
After an initial annual consultation, we are happy to schedule additional consultations to answer questions that have arisen throughout the year, discuss course selection for next school year, or discuss college choice. Students that want help developing a list of colleges, or choosing a major that aligns with their aptitudes and interests can schedule consultations that focus on Building a College List or Major Selection.
Discover and discuss aptitudes (what you naturally do well) and interests (what you like doing) then identify majors and careers that match. Before attending the first session, student completes *YouScience™ online assessment. *Youscience™ is a third-party assessment that provides a detailed report with results of aptitudes and interests, and ongoing access to online portal and tools to assist with research of majors and careers. During the session, students will review results and learn how to use Youscience™ to explore potential college majors. Students will identify 1-4 potential majors or careers and discuss with consultant. Recommended for students 15 and older.