RSVP: Demystifying the US Boarding School Visit: Why, Where, When and How to Find a Fitting School

29.05.2017

Are you thinking about visiting US boarding schools in the near future? Join our talk to know more about how to find a fitting school for your kids!

Experience tells us that students who enroll in US boarding schools that are a good “fit” for them are not only happy, but also they are able to excel and eventually gain admission to top US universities. For many families who are applying to US boarding schools, the application process can be overwhelming and complicated from start to finish. Each and every school has a unique culture and programs that are only ascertainable by setting foot on campus and experiencing them.

Based on visiting 30 plus boarding schools each application cycle with our consultation families, we are hoping to demystify one component of the application process - the school visit. Marybeth Hodson, Deputy Director of US Admission Counseling and Director of US Boarding School Counseling, will share insights that have helped ARCH students gain admission to their right fit US boarding schools. She will cover topics such as when is the best time to visit boarding school, tips for the student interviews and parent meetings.

Date & Time June 17 (Sat) 10:00 - 11:30am
Venue ARCH Education
RSVP admin@arch-education.com / 3568 0406

Speaker: Marybeth Hodson, Deputy Director of US Admission Counseling & Director of US Boarding School Counseling
Marybeth Hodson holds a BA from Saint Michael's College in Colchester, Vermont and a Master's Degree in Psychology from the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. Marybeth has years of experience as a Senior Associate Admissions Director and Coordinator of International Admission at one of Connecticut's prestigious college preparatory boarding schools and was instrumental in assisting overseas students to enroll in the school. Marybeth has extensive knowledge of New England prep schools, developed through her role as an admissions representative and as parent of four prep school educated children. She has a keen sense of what academic profiles and attributes prep schools are looking for.