Final college decisions will be out next week and all seniors will transition to the final stage of the college search process - making their decision. This will include reviewing aid and scholarship offers, attending accepted student programs, and comparing all options. College Counseling is here to assist students and families with any part of the final decision, including waitlist strategies.
We had our first College Coffee to discuss decisions and moving into the final stage of the process and over thirty students attended. Graduation and Scholarship Surveys will be sent soon.
About half of the Class of 2020 have completed their family meeting. It is important to get this scheduled. Enjoy your Spring Break trips! Please report back after you return.
Past and Upcoming Programming
Our Why Engineering and international Admission programs were a huge success and attracted a large audience. Future Archmere and other outside programs include:
Tuesday, April 9th - DAIS College Fair at St. Marks High School (6:30 - 8:30 pm). A flyer with colleges attending is attached.
Monday, April 15th - Early Financial Aid Night (parents of Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors) (register here)
Monday, May 20th - Wilmington Case Studies and College Fair (6:15 - 8:45 pm). The program is an opportunity for you and your parents to review applications with college representatives in attendance. After the application review the representatives in attendance will participate in a college fair. A list of colleges that will be in attendance is attached. The program will take place at Salesianum School and begin at 6:15 pm, please arrive early to account for parking and registration. If you plan to attend please register at https://salesianum.as.me/DAIScasestudy.
Monday, May 20th - Archmere After School Workshops (2:45 - 4:00 pm). We will host many of the admission representatives from the Wilmington Case Study. Sophomores and juniors will be encouraged to attend. Registration available soon, please mark your calendar.
College Counseling Travels
Mr. Boehm and Ms. Souza have taken advantage of some recent opportunities to see schools. We’ve traveled to Dartmouth, Bowdoin, Bates, St. Anselm, Roanoke, University of Michigan, Michigan State, and Hope College. As the Counseling and Admission Representative for the College Board’s Middle States Regional Council, Ms. Souza will be attending meetings in NYC next month and Mr. Boehm will be presenting at the Pennsylvania Association of College Admission Counseling (PACAC) Main Line Workshops.