Ross School’s College Counseling office provides comprehensive support and robust resources for all students.
Ross School is dedicated to ensuring students are able to achieve their academic and professional goals. The College Counseling office works closely and intensively with students throughout grades 9–12 to prepare them for their postsecondary education. The discovery process begins in the spring prior to grade 9, when counselors partner with students and their parents to outline comprehensive academic plans for students’ high school years.
The team continues to guide students through the introspective process of determining interests and educational and career goals, helping them to develop a well-balanced list of prospective colleges and universities, and then to navigate the admissions process. Representatives from universities and colleges from across the country visit the campus each fall, and college and university admissions workshops are regularly offered to students and parents to support them during this critical period.