Academic Planning $400

Designed for underclass players (Grades 9, 10, 11 boys; 9, 10 girls), long term academic planning lays the foundation needed to build a solid academic resume for hockey college admission. Some fundamental choices must be made early in a player’s high school career to allow later flexibility. The planning supplements high school counselor guidance to maximize college options, while enhancement and remediation advice personalize high school academic planning.

  • Transcript and test score review
  • Psychometrics (communication style and learning style)
  • Informational player and family interview
  • Curriculum plan with course progression recommendations
  • Enhancement (Honors, IB, AP, CIS, PSEO, PSAT / National Merit Scholar) or Remediation (IEP - Documentation and Accommodations, tutoring) guidance
  • Extracurricular academic involvement guidance
  • Arts / Humanities extracurricular involvement guidance
  • Volunteer record building guidance
  • Planning review meeting with player and family

Academic Report $750

The academic report gives a player and family academic information to make basic college match predictions. The report also identifies potential high school graduation or NCAA Eligibility Center issues.

  • Transcript and test score review
  • Campus preferences questionnaire (school category, geography / climate, demographics, recreation, political / social)
  • Informational player and family interview
  • Green-Yellow-Red Match Report
  • NCAA Eligibility Center registration information and checklist
  • Profile review meeting with player and family

Academic Profile $1,500

The academic profile gives the player and family the best “Match and Fit” information. The detailed profile allows meaningful comparisons between specific colleges and makes college target lists accurate.

  • Transcript and test scores review
  • Campus preference survey (school category, geography /climate, demographics, recreation, political / social, academic culture)
  • Psychometrics (communication style, learning style, personality inventory, academic strength inventory, academic interest inventory, career strengths and aptitude inventory, career interest inventory)
  • Informational player and parent interview
  • Preliminary Academic Report:
    • College academic rigor and emphasis, academic support, class size,  pedagogy, prof-TA, anticipated major player preference analysis
    • Preliminary Green-Yellow-Red Match Report
    • NCAA Eligibility Center registration information and checklist
    • HS curriculum and course progression recommendations, or credit  accumulation advice
    • Report review meeting with player and parent
  • Demonstration campus visit
  • Personal college match criterion drafted, weighed, and prioritized
  • Final Academic Profile Report (Preliminary Report revision and additions):
    • Top 10 Lists (D1, D3, Club) with college profiles and descriptions
    • Course of study and major/minor details
    • Application process and calendar