College Readiness

The college admissions process is nerve-racking

We accept that students are entitle to more than just a fraction of their teacher’s and counselor's attention.

Our College Student Readiness / Preparation includes ensuring college readiness, testing preparation (SAT, PSAT, AP), fees, financial aid, essay writing, letter of recommendation, college education information and major planning, mentoring & coaching opportunities, experience and exposure by visiting college fairs & tours, conducting student forum discussions, conducting and encouraging career fairs and guest speakers, grant & scholarships counseling, educating parents on college saving plans such as the 529, parent and student workshops, parent college counseling, academic tutoring sessions and more.

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SAT/ACT “boot camp”: Learn test-taking strategies, skill building, practice tests, and increase your SAT and ACT scores in our four week program designed for high school freshman, sophomores and juniors. Guiding each student in every step and using methods that match each individual learning technique enable students to believe they can conquer the test to their maximum potential.

We offer 32 hours of instruction in both math and verbal skills including practice testes, samples essay questions, and material. We also use timing techniques in order to prepare each students to make the most of the time allowed by using time management strategies while test taking to ensure students optimizing their time when answering questions.

SAT Prep Course is for students that demonstrate any of the following:

  • Do you feel anxiety or demonstrate nervousness about taking the SAT’s?
  • Were your scores on the PSAT lower than you would like?
  • Wish you had an instructor who could answer your questions about SAT problems?

If you answered yes to any of the comments above then the SAT Prep Course is for you!

To ensure each student is on the level and academically ready for preparation of the SAT or ACT we give each student an assessment test to see what level they are on and build from there. We offer a similar prep and training courses for those students in Middle school grades 6th through 8th to ensure students are academically challenged and prepared with the proper skills earlier on in order to reach academic success. Please call or email us today to learn more at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

Prep Classes are available upon demand. We urge anyone interested to please submit your inquiry via email today.

  • Familiarize yourself with the SAT format
  • Reduce your stress by increasing your knowledge and time management skills of the SAT
  • Work with a trained SAT instructor
  • A special workshop will be given on the new writing component of the SAT

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SAT & ACT Prep Courses cost are yet to be determined.

Please note: Students receiving free and reduced lunch meals are also eligible for a discount.

*Parents must provide the appropriate documents proving eligibility or most recent 1040 Tax Returns*

M.S.A. and H.S.A Preparation Student Cross Training - students who meet match requirements are paired with a peer student and all high school students are matched with a job-shadowing and college student mentor in area of interest. Students participate in weekly challenging math equations, reading comprehension, and book clubs.

Future Next also provides what we call transcript review. This is to ensure each student is taking the right classes and meets graduation requirements for your state/county. One of the many requirements of college acceptance is that students obtain certain high school courses/ credits. Without certain courses, your child may or may not be eligible to attend specific colleges based on what they call “Merit” and major considering.

Please note: While offer several tutoring and prep courses geared towards reaching each student highest academic potential, we focus on keeping our tutoring and prep classes small to maximize student instructor ratio gaps. This is done to ensure each student is receiving the greatest educational value possible. All classes and courses offered are based on demand and may vary from time to time. “Materials and/or courses are neither sponsored nor endorsed by the Board of Education of Maryland or any county, or the superintendent”.

To learn more email us today! This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Start thinking about what you are going to do after high school. To achieve your goals, start preparing to go to college early and the easier your dream career will be. Plan and get ready to be a successful college student.

Get help, stay on track to graduate, and stand out by participating in extracurricular activities that develop your interests and skills.

Three key steps to making college happen for you.

1.     Get support from your high school guidance counselor, teachers and principal.

We can assist you when you do apply to colleges.

We understand that preparing for college can be overwhelming daunting even.  It is important to have support and stay on track by meeting all the necessary requirements and deadlines. You may wonder how we can help you through the challenges you more than likely to incline and encounter. We offer a wealth of information, support groups, counselors, classes, tools and resources to help prepare our students in choosing the right college and or higher education for them.

2.      Prep for the PSAT, SAT subject tests and ACT.

Preparing early for these tests can help you get a higher score. Most students worry about doing well on these tests, but try to keep it in perspective. Your grades and other academic experiences will always hold more weight than standardized tests. Both the SATs and ACTs are very important parts of your application and REMEMBER they are only one of several factors:  Grades, courses, recommendations and your personal statement are all used when colleges consider an applicant.

Please click on link to get exact schedule for test and deadlines:
http://www.act.org/
http://sat.collegeboard.com/home

3.        Enroll in college prep and tutoring programs.

We will help you with test preparation, college guidance, financial aid help, tutoring, college tours, college-level courses, scholarship search and more.

If interested in participating in any of our workshops or would like to learn more please email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. in the subject line please enter: “STUDENT”

College Planning Timeline

This college planning timeline should help you to keep track of what you need to do throughout the high school years to make college planning less stressful and a lot easier.

Graduation may seem far away, but getting ready for college takes planning and preparation—starting the first day of ninth grade.