Comprehensive College Planning Package


Best value

The student and family receive unlimited support through high school graduation and access to college planning software. The average client uses 40 hours between sophomore and senior years.

Sessions include, but are not limited to:

  • Goal planning

  • Personality Assessment

  • Career Assessment

  • High School Course Planning

  • SAT/ACT Plan

  • Summer Planning

  • Resume

  • Overview of college admissions

  • How to research colleges

  • GRAND FIT Card Sort

  • College List Reveal

  • Case Study: Admissions Decisions

  • Application timeline

  • Common Application/Coalition Application Overview

  • Personal Statement Brainstorming & Review

  • Supplemental Essay(s) Brainstorming & Review

  • Honors Colleges & Scholarship Applications

  • Financial Aid

  • Transition to College

*Payment plans are available

Junior Year Jump Start

Now enrolling Class of 2023 students


Limited package for current Juniors. Can sign up as early as July 1 of Junior Year.​

4 Sessions:

  • Overview of the College Admissions Process: session includes senior year course and SAT/ACT plan.

  • Career Assessment Review 

  • GRAND FIT Card Sort: after meeting, student will receive custom college list via email

  • Application Support: student can choose from a Common App/Coalition workshop, essay brainstorming session, or Common App Activities list & Student Resume

Students will also have access to college planning software and a Google Drive folder of resources through May 1 of Senior year.


Application Packages

Now Enrolling Class of 2023

Strategy Session- List Check: $175

Wondering if your college list is balanced? Let us help! We look not only at your academic record but also at the financial elements of your college list to make sure that the schools you are considering would be a GRAND fit for you.

Strategy Session- Application Timeline: $275

Opens August 1, 2022

Are all of your deadlines and requirements leaving you overwhelmed? Let us help you get organized so you can focus on the content of your application.

Common App & Personal Statement Package: $600

This 3 session package is good for students only applying to schools on the Common App with no additional supplements. Students will complete brainstorming exercises and learn essay best practices.

Personal Statement & Supplemental Essays: $900

This 5 session package is good for students applying to multiple schools (2-4) on the Common App that require additional supplemental essays. Also available for the University of California PIQs.

College List: $950

Through in-depth exercises, Grand Fit Educational Consulting will identify schools that best align with your needs and your budget. This option can be combined with any of the above packages.

10 Hour Package: $1500

This option is tailored to the individual needs of the student. Typically a student applying to 5+ schools requiring writing supplements would be a good candidate for this package.

Crash Course


This 90-minute session will give you and your student the information needed to make smart choices throughout high school. This is a great option for freshman and sophomore students just beginning the college exploration process. After the session, families can choose to upgrade to the comprehensive package, if space is available. 

Session includes:

  • Overview of college admissions

  • Overview of college fit

  • High school course plan

  • SAT/ACT timeline

  • Tips for researching colleges


Not sure which option is best for you? Schedule your free consultation today!

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"The college application process was so much easier with help from a professional. I wasn't as stressed about getting things done on time since I had a set schedule to follow. I don't know how I would've gotten through college applications without the help from Allison at Grand Fit Educational Consulting. She made the process as easy as possible."

-L.L. Class of 2020