New Hampshire is home to many of the best high schools in the United States—such as Hanover High, Bedford High, Oyster River High, Phillips Exeter Academy, St. Paul’s School, and Kimball Union Academy to name a few—and while attendees have access to excellent instructional resources and high-achieving peer groups, they often cannot secure the individualized guidance and support necessary to navigate the college search and admissions process and ultimately matriculate at a good-fit institution. Recent studies show that student-to-counselor ratios at many New Hampshire high schools exceed 300-to-1, and that students are receiving an average of only 30 minutes of one-to-one college guidance per year.
At College Transitions, our team of college planning experts and consultants aim to augment the efforts of school-based counselors and meet the college-related needs of New Hampshire students and their families, primarily by offering comprehensive college admissions counseling that encompasses college list development, course and extracurricular planning, standardized testing strategy, college application review, college essay coaching, college interview prep, financial aid guidance and a number of other college planning activities. Our counselors have 15 years of college planning and admissions experience and have worked with thousands of students possessing a wide range of backgrounds, interests, and abilities. Past College Transitions students have attended the best colleges and universities in the U.S., including several in or near New Hampshire, including Dartmouth, Harvard, Boston University, Bowdoin, Middlebury, Amherst, Williams, and others. Please see our results page for a sampling of college acceptances.
Currently, admissions consultants at College Transitions serve families residing in Manchester, Nashua, Concord, Portsmouth, Merrimack, North Hampton, Stratham and other New Hampshire locations. We are committed to serving New Hampshire families for many years to come, and pride ourselves on offering responsive and comprehensive support. The college admissions process has changed significantly over the past several decades, but that doesn’t mean it has to prove more stressful or confusing. Allow our team to help you find, apply, and transition at the colleges and universities that are right for you. To learn more, please contact us 706-389-9936 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also request a free consultation and or sign up for our free monthly newsletter to stay updated on the latest college admissions news.