Athletes, Artists, and Special Talents
You have spent years practicing, competing, performing and polishing your skills. You now want to take those skills to the next level and continue to develop them even more. Because of your skills, you are being bombarded with advice from lots of well-meaning people who think they know what's best for you: high school coaches and directors, parents, friends and teachers, AAU coaches, and even hired agents. Your head is spinning as you try and sort out which place is going to give you the best chance to succeed at the next level both in and out of the classroom.
It's time to step back and let an unbiased, outside observer guide you through this gauntlet of opportunities, pitfalls, and opinions. For aspiring actors, musicians, and visual artists I will help you find the very best schools for you, and that's very different than just finding the very best schools. I know how the audition process works, and I know what you need to be doing and when you need to do it.
For talented athletes I will walk you through the NCAA Eligibility process, help you understand the wide range of differences in playing Division I, II, or III as well as NAIA, and help you find the schools that will best meet your academic and financial needs as well.
No one gets more advice on where he or she should be going to college than high school students with highly developed special talents; and no one needs help and direction in their college search more than these very same students.