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The Acceptance Ahead Approach

Whether you are in 9th, 10th, 11th or 12th grade, college planning is an exciting time!

At Acceptance Ahead, we believe that students should take charge of their educational

future. We provide the necessary tools and guidance to assist students in their exploration

of colleges and the ultimate navigation of the college admissions process.

 

There is no one-size-fits-all approach  to the college search and application process.

Each student is different and every family situation is unique. Acceptance Ahead will

customize each student’s counseling program to match the student’s needs, abilities

and aspirations. Our comprehensive services provide what it takes for students to feel

confident, comfortable and successful – whether the student’s journey with us begins

as early as 9th grade or as late as the start of senior year.

 

Admissions criteria at colleges and universities are becoming increasingly more

demanding and complicated. At Acceptance Ahead, we aim to take the stress OUT and

put the student’s unique voice IN. We believe that applying to colleges should be an

enlightening time for students and their families rather than an overwhelming burden.

 

About Acceptance Ahead

Beth Gelles and Nancy Stuzin founded Acceptance Ahead to provide valuable insight,

expert guidance and genuine compassion to students and their families as they navigate

the complexities of the college admissions environment. Whether you are just beginning

to think about colleges, working on completing your applications or somewhere in between,

our consulting services are tailored to meet the needs of each student and to help students

thrive at any stage of the game. Acceptance Ahead is about providing college guidance to

students of all abilities, backgrounds and experiences. Our mission is to inspire students to

feel confident about the important choices they will learn to make now and well into their future.

 

To find out more about Acceptance Ahead’s services, please click here.

 

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