A Window Into the Independent Educational Consultants Association Conference

It’s that time of year again. Less than a week until Brian & I travel to Charlotte for the Independent Educational Consultants Association Conference. Attended by educational consultants, boarding schools, colleges & therapeutic programs, the conference provides an ideal opportunity to strengthen connections and stay in tune with the opportunities offered on each organization’s campus. […]

Photos from My Trip to Tabor Academy

Last week I posted a video of my tour of Tabor Academy (A Tour of Tabor Academy). While we walked around campus, I snapped a number of photos for cutaway shots and posted the full roll to our Flickr account. I embedded the entire collection in the gallery below: [flickr-gallery mode=”photoset” photoset=”72157622674577470″]

A Tour of Tabor Academy

Nothing like the perspective of a current student to get to know a school. Debby, a four year Tabor Academy student, took me on a tour and was kind enough to let me bring along my flip to capture each location on film. She did a terrific job introducing me to campus, answering my questions […]

Kents Hill Pack Featured in Bark Magazine

What a fun piece. “The Canines of Kents Hill: A convivial pack helps students and staff alike” in September/October issue of Bark chronicles the important role of dogs on campus. We’ve all known dogs on campuses- the roles they play and their effects on students. In my experiences, the positive contributions of dogs were always […]

A Consultant Visits Marianapolis Preparatory School

LEARN – LIVE – EXCEL is what Marianapolis Preparatory School is all about besides being a warm, diverse and open Catholic boarding school. The school offers traditional academic subjects, advanced placement courses and a strong ESL program in which their goal is to mainstream 100% of their ESL students from twenty different countries. I found […]

An Educational Consultant’s Impressions of Mercersburg Academy!

Mercersburg Academy students were happy, down-to-earth and very comfortable in their rural, family-like setting. They have a very diverse campus where they emphasize the value of community and collaboration, while offering a very challenging academic curriculum and many extracurricular options both in visual and performing arts, music, athletics, robotics, clubs and they open doors beyond […]

A Consultant’s Impressions of Cushing Academy

If Cushing Academy (Ashburnham, MA)┬áis not on your radar screen it should be! In a recent visit to Cushing I encountered a warm and friendly campus with a vast array of opportunities and encouragement for both students and faculty. Dr. James Tracy, the new Cushing head has brought to campus an emphasis on being global […]

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