Rebecca helps students from every educational background around the globe to find the "right fit" colleges for them!
Middle/High School Counselling
Planning and Coaching
Letters of Recommendations
Beginning in 2011, Rebecca has been helping students plan for, and successfully complete, the college application process. Her eldest homeschooled son was accepted into all ten colleges to which he applied including MIT, Princeton, Caltech and Vanderbilt. He graduated from MIT in 2016. Her middle son attended the Ivy League, University of Pennsylvania.
Rebecca works with students from all educational backgrounds. Her students have been accepted into highly selective private and state universities. Here are a few testimonials:
"I wanted to say thank you again for helping me through the college apps and decision process! I truly would not have been able to do it without you!" Lexi, public school student, UCLA
"Thank you so much for guiding us through this process and always being encouraging! It was a lot more manageable and pleasant, and you will always be remembered." Shalomi private school student, UC Berkeley
"I think your counsel and support were essential to my admission to Stanford, and I'm immensely grateful. I think the happiness I enjoy now being where I am is in large measure to your credit." Lucy, homeschool student, N.C.
Via in person meetings, emails, phone calls and Skype, Rebecca gives guidance in researching colleges, communicating with colleges, editing essays, and helping students understand the entire application process. She also helps homeschool parents understand their critical role in the college application process. She can help guide students through their high school years, help the senior needing last minute essay editing, or anything in between.
Rebecca has been homeschooling for eighteen years. Before that, she was employed in both the Chula Vista Elementary School District and San Diego City Schools as a deaf/special education teacher. She has two current teaching credentials, a multiple subjects with a multi-cultural emphasis and a communicatively handicapped credential.