College Counseling

Helping students find a great fit.

Wellington offers a college counseling, rather than a college placement, program. The difference is important. Our College Counseling program is distinctive in its empowerment of students to search for, identify, and enroll in colleges that are strong fits based on their individual passions and circumstances.

Student & Family Resources

Guide

Guide

We guide students in uncovering interests and strengths and realizing their potential for tomorrow’s world.        

  • Individual conversations related to academic and career goals
  • Digital resources such as SCOIR and YouScience
  • Alumni Career Night for underclassmen and alumni
Educate

Educate

We educate students and families to help identify best fit institutions.

  • Small group presentations regarding diverse school types and characteristics
  • Informational programs and individual appointments for families
  • Interactive workshops with admissions officers representing a wide variety of post-secondary institutions
  • More than 100 visits each year by representatives from colleges and universities throughout the country
Counsel

Counsel

Counsel students as they navigate through their individual college search and application processes.

  • Small, grade-level group meetings beginning freshman year
  • Weekly college counseling course for 3rd trimester juniors and 1st trimester seniors 
  • Structured guidance to increase understanding of and confidence in the application process
  • Counseling staff with diverse experiences and contributions to the field at local and national levels
Empower

Empower

Empower students to become effective storytellers of their own narratives and celebrate individual accomplishments.        

  • College Composition class for juniors and Essay Writing Workshop for rising seniors
  • Guided resume drafting and reviews for juniors
  • Faculty Edit Team providing additional support with essay drafting
  • Holistic and personalized recommendation letters

We're here to help

Information for Admissions Representatives