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College Resources

There are so many things to consider when beginning your search for your perfect college experience. Where will you go? How will you pay for it? How do I prepare for my SATs? The Summit's full-time college counselors have relied on many years of experience, countless trips to college campuses, relationships with college representatives and successes in college acceptances from coast-to-coast. Please browse these resources and others on our web site where their expertise is shared.

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The Summit's College Counseling Handbook includes a detailed timeline of what a student should be doing each year of their Upper School career, has a thorough chapter on understanding your college application options and guidelines to how it all works, provides vital information for athletes seeking Division I and II scholarships, provides an overview of the standardized testing process, offers helpful tips about the college visit and interview from our full-time college counselors and many of our recent graduates, and provides many resources for financial aid and more information.

Helpful Handouts:

Parents, teachers and guidance counselors are all people from whom students should seek help and advise. Click below to read and print a few of the handouts that were prepared by the College Counseling Office to help students prepare for college: