Students and Families
Students and families receive vital help in weighing factors such as cost, location and curriculum as it relates to college choice, while experiencing the opportunity to explore a wider variety of college options and meaningfully discuss an array of possibilities .
Making A Difference
Our educational opportunities provide a powerful and affordable solution to equipping and preparing students and families for the journey ahead.
Seminars & Workshops
Everyone in the family needs a little help from time to time. By attending a seminar or workshop you’ll experience peace of mind that comes from never having to worry about what you don’t know.
Assessments & Inventories
The strength of self-discovery can have an unquestionable impact on career and college choice. Do not settle for making guesses when it comes to your future.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
We seem to have waited until the last minute to start the college search process. Is it too late? Can we still call Capstone for help?
Yes! While running behind the schedule of most students pursuing college, starting "late in the game" doesn't mean you won't get into a very good college that is also a very good fit! Many colleges and universities have a rolling acceptance policy that sometimes stretches into the summer months. Our suggestion is not to panic! We can definitely still help!
When do you recommend we begin college admissions counseling?Capstone can begin at any point throughout high school. Ideally it's important to know the sooner a student can begin, the more prepared they will become. Capstone has plans for high school freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors. It's never too late, and certainly never too early!
DON'T TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT
"Mark is very knowledgeable and an expert on colleges. I hired him to assist me in what to look for in a college as it pertains to our specific situation and to guide us on the process. He has proven to be invaluable and I highly recommend him to anyone that is seeking wisdom and guidance in college selections."
Brooks, GA -- Parent of Whitewater High School Junior