Dear Prospective Client,
Although it may seem unfair to ask a 13-17 year old what they want to do as a career, it is even more unfair to ask them to make the final decision on a potential $300,000 four-year college education. Fortunately, you’ve found Academy College Coaches, and we look forward to helping your child achieve their future goals. Thank you for considering us to meet your college planning needs.
For many families, planning for college is a confusing and emotional experience that often creates tension between students and their parents. ACC coaches minimize the stress of the process and maximize the outcomes. We work with students in setting and managing timelines, identifying majors that meet their aptitude and career expectations, building a college list and assisting in writing essays that capture their true spirit. Most importantly we get them to identify their strengths and assist them in communicating them through their applications.
Our goal is for students to get into their dream college, graduate in four years, and either gain employment or admission into graduate school. As an ACC client, your child will work with a highly trained college coach who has years of experience in college counseling, as well as career and personal development. Our track records in placing students into the most competitive colleges is second to none. We have successfully placed hundreds of first generation students into Ivy League schools and other top colleges throughout the country.
Take the first step towards the college of your dreams & schedule your free ACC consultation today!
Larry Winters & The ACC Team
Experienced education and
Affordable college counseling for
New Jersey families
281 State Route 79, Suite 204
Morganville, NJ 07751
Ideally, we start with students in the early stages of high school to support their long-term personal growth. However, we also contract seniors to help them develop high-quality college applications.
Over-worked guidance counselors, competitive admissions, complicated applications and soaring costs make college consultants essential for achieving positive outcomes.
In-person meetings at the ACC Office, supplemented by electronic communication
Carnegie Mellon University
Case Western University
Georgia Institute of Technology
University of Michigan
New York University (Stern)
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Northeastern University (Pharmacy)
University of Notre Dame
University of Pennsylvania
University of Pittsburgh
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Seton Hall (Accelerated Physician Assistant)
University of Texas (Austin)
University of Virginia
Washington University in St. Louis