"Reach Higher Initiative"升学职业规划


  • 理解学生的升学需求提供个性化的服务
  • 搭建沟通的桥梁促进学生和家长之间沟通化解矛盾和危机
  • 缓解由于信息不对称而导致的升学焦虑
  • 培养学生正确的学习态度和高效的学习方法实现知识的长期积累
  • 提高学生的科研能力和决策能力发展21世纪创新型领导人才
  • 帮助学生实现人生目标和社会价值 


  • Academic preparation -知识储备
  • Aptitude and college readiness - 能力储备
  • Intrapersonal and interpersonal relationship - 良好的人际关系
  • Motivation to learn - 持续学习的动力
  • Self-esteem and self-compassion - 自尊自爱
  • Confidence and self-efficacy -高效自信 

Build on aspirations

"Show them the big picture so that they understand how taking rigorous courses affects their path through high school.  When students see challenging courses as opportunities rather than requirements, they become more engaged in school." 

- Stephen M. Smith




Step 1 – Give career styled college counseling questionnaires and career assessments to the students.

Step 2 – Gather the response and evaluate the result; interview the students to go through and interpret the questionnaire and assessment result; get to know the students and their families’ expectations better. 

Step 3 – Summarize the case and propose a college admission strategy to clients including a college list and an action plan.

Step 4 – Guide students to do occupational research according to their career assessment result; find out their potentially interested occupation and education required in order to make the selection of major.

Step 5 – Guide students to do college search and focus on improving their research and communication skill which are crucial to their future success in school and in workplace.

Step 6 – Finalize five to seven schools with desired major to prepare for application; clarify the application requirements; prepare for documents; start working on essay and letters of recommendation; fill out the common application; focus on improving the skills in time management and emotional control.

Step 7 – Finalize the common application and submit it within the EA deadline; train students for competency-based interview skills.

Step 8 – Follow up the application; focus on improving students’ knowledge on information management and decision-making.