Story2 Admissions Consultants walk students through all aspects of the admissions process


Presenting: Stress-Free College Admissions

We help you balance all high school responsibilities without overwhelm


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Will has served as the Senior Assistant Director of admissions at Kenyon and is the co-founder of Scholarships 360. He graduated from Wake Forest University (History with Honors ‘10) and is completing his Master of Science in Education Entrepreneurship at the University of Pennsylvania.


Debbie has coached students in undergraduate, graduate school, and law school admissions for over a decade, including as an undergraduate advisor at the University of Chicago. She is a graduate of Princeton University (Sociology ‘88) and Boston University Law School (‘91) and is an environmental lawyer.


Alexis has worked as an application reader at Williams College and taught creative and academic writing at UVA, Charlottesville’s WriterHouse, and New York's Gotham Writers. She also has extensive experience on the editorial side of writing, having worked for literary journals and in book publishing. Alexis is passionate about helping others to grow as writers and tell their stories.


Marguerita holds degrees in English and Shakespeare, and has written an M.Phil thesis on modernist poetry at the University of London. She has taught English and history and developed a complete standardized test program for the SAT, ACT, ISEE, SHSAT and GRE. She enjoys helping high schoolers write compelling college essays and supplements. She has proudly helped many students gain admittance to top-tier colleges.

We offer admissions consulting in five hour increments for $1250.

We invite you to speak with us to learn more
(800) 206-5530

5 hour Admissions Consulting Package
  • Customized strategy
  • Custom deadline calendar
  • Personalized story support
  • Milestone coaching
  • 5 hours of online consulting

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