Applying to a Service Academy is complex and tedious. I remember it well.
As a junior in high school, I experienced the pain of applying to an Academy firsthand. If it wasn’t for a family member who was an Academy grad, I would have been clueless about where to start. While on active duty, I began helping others apply. I saw young people encounter the same problems I had.
I am passionate about helping young people because…
It’s a complex process. Without expert guidance, most people feel overwhelmed and defeated before they even start.
I’m a parent myself. I understand how important your child’s dreams are.
Getting accepted is a game-changer. A Service Academy education has been one of the biggest blessings in my life. Now, I want to help others achieve the same opportunity.
Why am I qualified to help applicants?
I understand the complexities. As a grad, I am familiar with the Service Academy application process.
I know what it takes. I’ve been accepted to two of the most competitive academic institutions in the country. I push my clients further than they think they must go because I understand how difficult it is to get accepted.
I’m confident it will be worth it. The Academies are the premier leadership development program in the country and have Ivy League prestige. Yet, in exchange for a military service commitment, the Academies are completely free. It truly is an opportunity unlike any other!