Guidance counselors are wonderful people trying their best to keep up with the demands placed on them daily from peer or family issues impacting academics, to state or standardized testing, yearly course selection, IEP/Section 504/I&RS meetings, assisting struggling students to a mountain of paperwork let's say, their time is limited.
Independent college counselors are able to provide you with the time needed in order to really get to know your child, their academic standing, interests and needs. Independent counselors have hours after school allowing them much more flexibility in working with your children than guidance counselors do.
I appreciate all the time and effort guidance counselors put into doing their job and helping students through each day but sometimes, there are only so many hours in a day allowing for less and less time with those walking the college search and application process road. Hope this helps!
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