Classes and Camps

 

Education is an enormous investment, and professional advice can make all the difference. But you don’t want this advice to cost a fortune, either. I have designed these group experiences as an efficient and enjoyable way to learn the things you need to know. At my seminars and camps we teach you about education and college at critical turning points in the process, at an affordable cost.

College Applications and College Readiness Camps

CLASS NAME FOR GRADES HOURS AND MEETINGS PRICE
Crafting Your College Application Rising 12th Monday – Friday (one intensive week)
Weeks of August 3, August 10, or August 17, 2020
$2395 camp
Researching Colleges and Careers
9th, 10th & 11th Monday to Friday of Spring Break (April 6-10, 2020) 12:30-4pm $795 for 17 hours of instruction

TJ Admissions

CLASS NAME GRADE HOURS AND MEETINGS PRICE
TJ Test Essay Writing 8th
  • Two-hour sessions Jan 4 & 18 and Feb 2, 2020
  • Plus two individual sessions TBD
  • Location: Annandale VA
$695

(3 two-hour classes plus 2 individual meetings)

 High School Excellence

CLASS NAME FOR GRADES HOURS AND MEETINGS PRICE
College Strategies for Juniors 11th
  • Saturdays, 4-6pm
  • Oct 12 and Nov 23, 2019, and Jan 11, 2020
  • Location: Annandale VA
$395 for three 2-hour group classes
How to Succeed in High School  9th & 10th
  • Saturdays, 1-3pm
  • Oct 12, and Nov 23, 2019
  • Jan 11, Feb 15, Mar 21, and Apr 25, 2020
  • Location: Annandale VA
$595 for six 2-hour group classes

(students may repeat this class)

CLASS NAME FOR DATES PRICE
Mentoring Your Teenager  Parents of students in 8th, 9th, & 10th
Starts December 2019
$395 for a 5-meeting package
(10 hrs of instruction & discussion)

Comments From Students

Applying to a PhD program is a daunting task, especially since so little information on acceptance criteria is provided to the applicants. You have such a great knowledge of what universities are looking for, how to present yourself, and how to convince the top schools that you’re the best candidate. I wrote a few drafts of a personal statement before you started helping me and when I compared them to the final copy the difference was obvious. Not only did you help me with my writing style, but you knew how to maximize all of my strengths and how to present my weaknesses in a positive way. I had so many questions for you not only about my personal statement, but about grad school in general and you were always very receptive and insightful, thank you!
Greg Maier