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College Planning Specialist
about the event
Come learn the insider secrets and strategies to send your child to schools you never thought you could afford… no matter how much money you make or how good of a student you have.
At this event, you will learn:
- How families with 6-figure incomes are getting need-based scholarships and grants… and how you can too.
- The single biggest mistake 9 out of 10 parents make when applying for scholarships that literally cost them thousands of dollars, and how YOU can avoid it.
- The 5 biggest myths that lead families to believe they won’t qualify for financial aid.
- The 3 questions you must ask every school before you apply that no one else asks until it is too late.
Seating at these Events is limited, so complete your registration today!
meet your host
Ian is passionate about clearly articulating important college planning concerns, giving students and families valuable strategies to improve their college planning and college funding situation. Ian focuses on providing families and students with the type of education, tools, and strategies they really need to improve their quality of life throughout all phases of the college planning process. Ian’s ultimate goal is to show families and students how successful college planning outcomes are absolutely dependent on having a comprehensive plan that addresses both near-term college finance concerns as well as long-term retirement planning issues.
Office: (858) 255-6703
9540 Town Center Dr., Suite 150
San Diego, CA 92121, USA
Frequently Asked Questions
When is the best time to start College Planning?
The ideal time to start planning for college admissions and college funding is when your child is at the end of their freshman year or beginning of their sophomore year.
However, if your child is older than that, it is certainly not too late. With decades of experience, we can offer value at any juncture of the college process (even after your child has started college, in many cases).
What if I make too much money for financial aid?
This is a common misconception that LOTS of families have. Even if you’re in the top 5% of wage earners in America, we’re able to tailor a college funding plan that you’ll love!
Very often we are able to help families that have an annual income of $80k-$200k+. While every situation is different, we do everything we can to reduce your family’s college-cost burden.
Can you help my child choose a college/ career?
Absolutely, yes! Part of our College Planning process involves a series of meetings with your child to explore options that are best for them. We consider their college(s) of choice and align them with career fields that are best suited to their passions and income goals.
Do you do SAT & ACT prep?
You bet! We’ve partnered with an online test prep solution that allows your child to dramatically improve his/ her test scores over time, and at their own pace.
Our students have seen significant improvement in both their SAT and ACT scores after working with our online platform.
What is your refund policy?
If you are not 100% satisfied with the results of your time spent with us, we will absolutely refund your money!
Have a Question Or Need to Make An Appointment? Email Us!
9540 Towne Center Drive, Suite 150
San Diego, CA
92121 United States