ELITE COLLEGE COACH PREPARES HIGH SCHOOLERS FOR THEIR COLLEGE OF CHOICE – AND FOR MANY, THAT’S THE IVY LEAGUES
Parents, stay calm. There is help available with the fast-approaching college search process.
Cambridge Learning Center gets almost ALL of their students into their top choices.
Boston, MA – It’s that time of year again – summer’s almost over, parents start thinking about the future of their child, the child heads into their junior or senior year of high school – and the college panic begins to set in. Understandably! On average in the United States, colleges in general accept about 70% of applicants while Ivy League schools reject over 90 percent.
“It helps to know what colleges are looking for and to start early to do what’s needed, especially at the colleges a student is aiming for,” says Leonardo Radomile, founder of the Cambridge Learning Center (CLC), which has a 90% success rate in getting their students into the schools of their choice - including such schools as Harvard, MIT, Columbia, Dartmouth, and Tufts.
“There are many college coaching programs – but what makes the Cambridge Learning Center different is our proven success in placing students in elite universities,” said Radomile. “We are consistent in supporting our students towards high education benchmarks, along with indentifying and promoting the unique characteristics that combine to make a well-rounded applicant with a competitive edge.” In other words, he adds, it’s not just about aiming for the Ivy Leagues—it’s about aiming for the best college for a particular student’s qualifications and interests.
In the past 5 years, over 90% of CLC’s students have scored in the 96th or better percentile on the SAT’s, whether they were coached face-to-face and/or coached via one of CLC’s small-group online sessions. In a survey of over 200 students, the center received a score of 4.95/5.00, the quality of counseling and instruction being consistently rated as outstanding. (See case studies attached.)
According to Radomile, getting into elite colleges requires discipline and commitment on the part of the student – with help from the Cambridge Learning Center in the following ways:
- Bring out the best in each and every student by helping them to identify unique interests, abilities, and desires
- Find the best schools that fit the student’s needs rather than trying to fit a student into a particular school
- Use the college preparation and admissions process as an opportunity to develop a student’s self-awareness, communication skills, and focus and to generally put the student on a path toward realizing more fulfilling goals, rather than simply focusing on `enhancing the resume’
- Make a contribution to raising the performance level of all students regardless of income.
About the Cambridge Learning Center:
The organization was founded in 2004 as a Field Education Project at Harvard University by Leonardo Radomile and two Harvard colleagues. By 2007 the organization became an independent nonprofit foundation with Mr. Radomile as Executive Director. In 2012, the foundation was formally renamed the Cambridge Learning Center. Today, the Cambridge Learning Center is a full service program for admissions to elite college and graduate schools, providing counseling on selection and admissions, test preparation, and guidance through the entire admissions process.
*According to executive research firm SpencerStuart.