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Educational Association or School Network

Australian Boarding Schools Association

www.boarding.org.au

The leading authority in Australia on boarding for school-aged children, promoting the interests and well-being of boarders, boarding staff, boarding parents, & institutions.

Primary Contact:
Richard Stokes, Executive Director
absa@boarding.org.au

PO Box 5569
Brendale DC QLD, 4500 Australia

T: 61-7-3205-49402

BSA

www.boarding.org.uk

The BSA is the UK Association serving and representing over 450 member schools, both independent and state maintained, training staff and promoting boarding.

Primary Contact:
Hilary Moriarty, National Director
director@boarding.org.uk

35-37 Grosvenor Gardens
London, Sw1W0BS United Kingdom

T: 020 7798 1580

Elementary School Heads Association (ESHA)

www.elementaryschoolheads.org

ESHA provides a colleague network, professional development opportunities, and relevant resources to more than 200 heads of independent elementary and middle schools in the US

Primary Contact:
Claudia Daggett, Executive Director
info@elementaryschoolheads.org

7040 Stanford Avenue
Saint Louis, Missouri 63130

T: 774 238 8416

Fédération des Établissements d’Enseignement Prives

www.feep.qc.ca

FEEP represent and serve 190 private schools in Québec. Member schools are elementary, secondary and special needs education. Twenty of them are boarding schools.

Primary Contact:
Patrice Daoust, Student Services Coordinator
daoustp@feep.qc.ca

1940 Boulevard Henri-Bourasse Est
Montreal, H2B 1S2 CAN

T: 514 381 8891 ext. 242

Junior Boarding School Association

www.jbsa.org

JBSA is a network of eleven schools in the northeast US committed to maintaining awareness of the junior boarding experience as an enriching option for middle school children.

Primary Contact:
Kitty Burns, Executive Director
kitty_burns@verizon.net

571 Highland Street
South Hamilton, Massachusetts 01982

T: 978-626-6007

National Partnership for Educational Access

www.educational-access.org

Dedicated to improving college access and success for underrepresented students. Provides a learning network and support for organizations & schools across the country.

Primary Contact:
Karin Elliott, Executive Director
kelliott@tsf.org

155 Federal Street Suite 800
Boston, Massachusetts 02110

T: 617 423 6300 ext. 284

New Zealand Boarding Schools Association

www.nzboarding.co.nz

The New Zealand Boarding Schools Association Inc. represents the interests of staff and students at over 90 member schools in New Zealand.

Primary Contact:
Dee Guillemot-Rodgerson, Executive Director
bud@cghs.school.nz

c/- Acland House 85 Papanui Road, Merivale
Christchurch, 8014 New Zealand

T: +64 3 3480 849

Non-profit Partner Organization

Association of Independent School Admission Professionals(AISAP)

www.aisap.org

AISAP supports and advances those involved in admission and enrollment management in their responsibilities for advancing institutional mission and financial sustainability.

Primary Contact:
Janice Crampton, Executive Director
janice@aisap.org

PO Box 709 Boston Post Road
Madison, Connecticut 06443

T: 203-421-7051

Brotherhood Sister Sol

www.brotherhood-sistersol.org

An organization in Harlem, NY that provides educational guidance to under served students and providing a safe and stimulating environment for students.

Primary Contact:
Lisa Schultz,
lisaoschultz@gmail.com

24 Windrow Lane
New Canaan, Connecticut 06840

T: 914 450 2595

California International Education Foundation

www.calief.org

The Foundation is focused on fostering innovation and creativity in education through programming, advising, consultation, and donations to educational organizations.

Primary Contact:
David Unruh, Founding President
david@calief.org

16350 Ventura Boulevard Suite D 158
Encino, California 91436

T: 310 622 3465

Chicago Training Center

www.chicagotrainingcenter.org

CTC using the sport of competitive rowing, creates opportunities for underserved Chicago youth to challenge themselves to achieve their athletic and academic potential.

Primary Contact:
Montana Butsch, Executive Director
montana.butsch@chicagotrainingcenter.org

3105 N Wolcott Street
Chicago, Illinois 60657

T: 312 342 5241

Global Citizens Initiative (GCI)

globalci.org

To engage, educate and empower all, to be globally minded competent citizens by providing research based tools and knowledge with a longer-term curriculum development vision.

Primary Contact:
Yumi Kuwana, Founder & President
ykuwana@globalci.org

73 Arch Street
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830

T: 203 861 2933

Independent Curriculum Group

www.independentcurriculum.org

We are a community of schools promoting the transformation of education by supporting the development of school-created, mission-driven curriculum and assessment.

Primary Contact:
Peter Gow, Associate Director
pgow@independentcurriculum.org

PO Box 587
Lexington, Virginia 24450

T: 781 249 0988

Independent Educational Consultants Association (IECA)

www.IECAonline.com

IECA is a professional association of nearly 1200 members of whom about 600 assist students and families with the boarding school search and application process.

Primary Contact:
Mark Sklarow, Executive Director
info@IECAonline.com

3251 Old Lee Hwy Suite 510
Fairfax, Virginia 22030

T: 703-591-4850

National Association of Independent Schools

www.nais.org

NAIS is a nonprofit membership association that provides services to more than 1,700 schools and associations of schools in the US and abroad.

Primary Contact:
Jefferson Burnett, Vice President, Government and Community Relations
burnett@nais.org

1129 20th St., NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20036

T: 202-973-9714

National Business Officers Association (NBOA)

www.nboa.net

NBOA is the national voice of independent school business officers with professional development, online resources and a network of peers working in independent administration

Primary Contact:
Jeffrey Shields, Executive Director
jeff.shields@nboa.net

1400 I Street NW Suite 850
Washington, District of Columbia 20005

T: 202-407-7140

National Coalition of Girls’ Schools (NCGS)

www.ncgs.org

NCGS is a leading advocate for girls’ education with a distinct commitment to the transformative power of all girls’ schools.

Primary Contact:
Megan Murphy, Executive Director
ncgs@ncgs.org

PO Box 5729
Charlottesville, Virginia 22905

T: 434 205 4496

New Jersey SEEDS

www.njseeds.org

Founded 1992, privately funded, statewide, nonprofit org. changing lives of motivated, high-achieving students from low-income families by expanded educational opportunities.

Primary Contact:
David Allyn, Director of Education
dallyn@njseeds.org

494 Broad Street
Newark, New Jersey 07102

T: 862 227 9127

Oliver Scholars Program

www.theoliverprogram.org

OSP is a support system for African American and Latino students seeking access to an independent school education and continues the support through 12th grade.

Primary Contact:
Sandra Reina, Executive Assistant
sreina@oliverscholars.org

80 Maiden Lane Suite 706
New York, New York 10038

T: 212-430-5980

Prep for Prep

www.prepforprep.org

We develop leaders thru' superior education and life changing opportunity. Since 1978 we identify NYC’s most promising students of color and prep them for independent schools.

Primary Contact:
Bridget Johnson, Associate Executive Director
bjohnson@prepforprep.org

328 W 71st Street
New York, New York 10023

T: 212 579 1390

SSATB

www.ssat.org

SSATB is the premier membership organization for admission professionals and provides independent schools with admission testing services and support.

Primary Contact:
Nicole Suozzi, Chief Strategy and Services Officer
nsuozzi@ssat.org

CN5339
Princeton, New Jersey 08543

T: 609-683-5558

The Boys’ Club of New York

www.bcny.org

The Department of Educational Services places young boys into many of the nation’s leading independent schools. It was founded in 1957.

Primary Contact:
Antonio Aponte, Director of Educational Services (DES)
antonio.aponte@bcny.org

321 East 111th St
New York, New York 10029

T: 212-534-3572

Educational Consultant (IECA Members only)

Antonoff Associates Inc. (IECA Professional Member)

www.schoolbuff.com

To help students and parents select schools that are educationally, socially, and emotionally appropriate.

Primary Contact:
Steven Antonoff, Ph.D., Educational Consultant
eduadvise@comcast.net

265 South Fairfax Street
Denver, Colorado 80246

T: 303 333 8413

Apply Ivy (IECA Associate Member)

www.applyivy.com

Providing educational consulting services for admission to top colleges, universities and boarding schools in the U.S., focusing on the long-term success of our students.

Primary Contact:
Gerry Chu, Associate Director
info@applyivy.com

Suite 2207-9, Tower Two Lippo Center, 89 Queensway
Admiralty, Hong Kong

T: +852 9243 5561

Avery Educational Resources (IECA Professional Member)

www.averyeducation.com

We educate, guide and encourage students through the boarding school search and application process, emphasizing best fit decisions.

Primary Contact:
Erin Avery, Certified Education Planner
erinavery@me.com

775 River Road
Fair Haven, New Jersey 07704

T: 732-747-3030

Beijing Kentrexs Intl. Ltd (IECA Associate Member)

www.kentrexs.cn

We strive to get to know more about schools and build up solid and long term relationships with schools.

Primary Contact:
Ruth Tai Xian Piao, President
president@kentrexs.cn

A2701 North Tower, Soho Shangdu, No. 8 Dongcheng
Beijing, 100020 China

T: +86-10-5900-2878

Branleigh Educational Consultants (IECA Associate Member)

BEA serves families nationally and internationally in their search for a boarding school or college that best suits the student's academic, extra-curricular and social needs.

Primary Contact:
Britt Ann Flanagan, President
britt.flanagan@gmail.com

PO Box 372 46 Goose Hill Road
Chester, Connecticut 06412

T: 860-391-3392

Cogita Education Initiatives (IECA Professional Member)

www.cogitaeducation.com

We aim for all students to attain high academic performance while developing cultural understanding, personal identity, social responsibility, and global citizenship.

Primary Contact:
Marina Lee, Director
marinalee@cogitaeducation.com

79 Mystic Street
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474

T: 215-833-3502

Dobson Educational Services, Inc. (IECA Professional Member)

www.dobconsult.com

Consulting and Placement Services for families seeking independent schools and programs of all kinds. Independent SSAT administration.

Primary Contact:
Joseph Dobson, President
jpd@dobconsult.com

8238 Germantown Ave
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118

T: 215-242-3587

DY Oceanic Consultants LLC (IECA Professional Member)

www.dyo.com.cn

To provide educational consulting services in school searching, admission process, standardizing test and interview preparations, mentoring service, etc, to Chinese families.

Primary Contact:
Jack Cao, Managing Director
jack@dyo.com.cn

8-BCD CITIC Bldg 19 Jianwai Avenue
Beijing, 100004 China

T: +86 10 6500 6580

EDICM, Educational Information, Consulting and Mentoring, (IECA Professional Member)

www.edicm.jp

EDICM has been a school placement company in Japan since 1973, assisting Japanese students going to boarding schools in North America, Europe and Oceanian region.

Primary Contact:
Makiko Kashikura, President
makiko@edicm.jp

1-10-23 Jingnmae Shibuya-ku
Tokyo, 150-0001 Japan

T: 813-3408-2901

Educate Abroad (IECA Associate Member)

www.educateabroad.co

Providing educational consulting for families in Latin America through personal assistance, orientation and first-hand knowledge to arrive at the best possible options for their child.

Primary Contact:
Jennie Kent, Educational Consutlant
jk@educateabroad.co

Calle 81 #7-67
Bogota, 00000 Colombia

T: 57 311 278 7977

Foundation Global Education (IECA Associate Member)

www.foundationge.com

An independent education consultancy in Asia specializing in admission counseling for students wishing to enter top-tier boarding schools & universities in N. America & Europe.

Primary Contact:
Daniel Kwok Kin Szeto, Director
info@foundationge.com

13/F Chinachem Hollywood Centre, 1 Hollywood Road Central
Hong Kong, Hong Kong

T: +852 3107 8810

Greenwich Education Group (IECA Professional Member)

www.greenwichedgroup.com

Supporting students to achieve academic success, with personal attention, individualized instruction & every resource imaginable to help them reach full academic potential.

Primary Contact:
Victoria Newman, Founder & Executive Director
vnewman@greenwichedgroup.com

6 Riverside Avenue
Rivrside, Connecticut 06878

T: 203 742 1230

Heidi Molbak Educational Consultant LLC (IECA Professional Member)

Specializing in helping families across the US and overseas find appropriate educational settings in independent schools for their gifted and twice-exceptional children.

Primary Contact:
Heidi Molbak, Educational Consultant
hmolbak@yahoo.com

2532 Jefferson Avenue
New Orleans, Louisiana 70115

T: 504 352 1249

HGIEC (IECA Associate Member)

www.hamiltongregg.com

To assist families in the search and the application process for the best fit schools.

Primary Contact:
Hamilton Gregg, President
hsgregg45@gmail.com

Lian Bao Appts. Bldg 7, Apt 18C Xingfucun Zhong Lu
Beijing, 100020 China

T: +8613552041603

IGN Educational Consultants, LLC (IECA Associate Member)

IGN Consultants advise and prepare international students from different African nations for admission to traditional boarding schools and colleges in the U.S. and Canada.

Primary Contact:
Olivier Nizeyimana, Executive Director
olivier@igneducationalconsultants.com

4082 Sweet Shadow Avenue
Colombus, Ohio 43230

T: 614 440 4770

Imy F. Wax & Associates (IECA Professional Member)

www.imywax.com

To provide educational consulting to families who seek boarding schools, therapeutic boarding, wilderness, residential treatment and college consulting for their children.

Primary Contact:
Imy Wax, Educational Consultant
imy@imywax.com

1320 Carol Lane
Deerfield, Illinois 60015

T: 847 945 0913

Itir Aydin Oveseas Educational Consultancy (IECA Associate Member)

www.happyteensandkids.org

Providing guidance to students and their families to find the right match at US boarding schools,ADHD,LD schools,therapeutic programs,colleges and universities.

Primary Contact:
Acalya Aydin, Founder
info@happyteensandkids.org

Barbados Mah. Ihlamur Sok. No:1 K:16 D:141
Istanbul, 34746 Turkey

T: 90 216 688 4052

Judi Robinovitz Associates Educational Consulting (IECA Professional Member)

www.ScoreAtTheTop.com

With 30+ years experience, Judi and her staff offer personalized counseling that helps students choose and apply to their “best fit” boarding schools. (Also: therapeutic & LD/ADHD placements)

Primary Contact:
Judi Robinovitz, Certified Educational Planner
judi@ScoreAtTheTop.com

750 Park of Commerce Blvd Suite 120
Boca Raton, Florida 33487

T: 561 241 1610

Lee L. Chen, PhD, Educational Consultant (IECA Associate Member)

Providing college or private school search and application services; summer enrichment programs and internship, academics & cross culture communication, especially for Chinese students.

Primary Contact:
Lee Chen, Educational Consultant
lee@bostonwise.com

Suite 400, 119 Mount Auburn St One Mifflin Pl, Harvard Square
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138

T: 508-436-4558

Marylou Marcus LLC (IECA Professional Member)

www.maryloumarcus.com

Helping you find a school that has the level of challenge, pressure, or competition that is appropriate for your child

Primary Contact:
Marylou Marcus, Educational Consultant
marcusedconsult@myfairpoint.net

139 Carley Road
Peterborough, New Hampshire 03458

T: 603 924 6888

McMillan, Howland & Spence (IECA Professional Member)

www.howlandspence.com

Located in Boston since 1955, McMillan, Howland & Spence helps families in New England, nationally and worldwide with independent boarding, day and college placement.

Primary Contact:
Sarah McMillan, Vice President
smcmillan@howlandspence.com

266 Beacon Street
Boston, Massachusetts 02116

T: 617 536 4319

NextStep: School Selection, LLC (IECA Professional Member)

www.nextstepschool.com

NextStep: School Selection helps families identify best fit high schools through an authentic and effective search process and to make confident school choice decisions.

Primary Contact:
Christine Southgate, Director
nextstepschoolselection@gmail.com

2995 Woodside Road Suite 400
Woodside, California 94062

T: 650-464-9994

Olive Education (IECA Professional Member)

www.olive-education.com

As an IECA member in Tokyo, I form Boarding School and Liberal Arts Foundations.

Primary Contact:
Kanji Ishizumi,
info@olive-education.com

CK 2-2-2 Otemachi
Tokyo, 100-0004 Japan

T: +81 3 3231 8888

Paula G. Feldman, MS Educational Consultant (IECA Professional Member)

Providing options to families in: academics; camps; gap year; boarding, day and private schools, within the U.S. and internationally, as well as therapeutic programs.

Primary Contact:
Paula Feldman, Educational Consultant
paulaedcon@gmail.com

4618 Dorchester Road
Corona del Mar, California 92625

T: 949-735-3575

Qingdao Broad Horizons Educational Exchange Co., Ltd (IECA Associate Member)

www.qd-bh.com

To strive for students’ life-long benefits via student-oriented professional services in overseas study tour and school placement counseling.

Primary Contact:
Wenjin(Edward) Li, Executive Director
Edward.Lee@qd-bh.com

Room 802, Floor 8, Block 1, No.288 Ningxia Road
Qingdao, 266071 China

T: +8653285899108 ext. 206

Sequoia Group (IECA Professional Member)

www.seqgroup.com

Sequoia Group seeks for the optimized means of solution for students, focusing on lifelong individual career management as a study-abroad and educational planner.

Primary Contact:
Young Hee Park, CEO
yhpark@seqgroup.com

Zen Bldg., 4F1 552-8 Dogok-dong, Gangnam-gu
Seoul, 135-270 Korea, South

T: +82-2-569-5433

SUCCEED Educational Consulting, LLC (IECA Professional Member)

www.you-can-succeed.org

I am an educational consultant who works with students with LD or therapeutic needs. I also work with international students.

Primary Contact:
Nancy Black, MSW, LICSW, Educational Consultant
nancyann310@gmail.com

2444 East Main Street
Portsmouth, Rhode Island 02871

T: 401-683-6210 ext. 1

The Bertram Group, LLC (IECA Professional Member)

www.thebertramgroup.com

Provides families with clear objective advice and guidance in order to attain the best academic , extra-curricular and social match for their son or daughter.

Primary Contact:
Camille M. Bertram, C.E.P., Founder & President
cammie@thebertramgroup.com

120 Riders lane
Fairfield, Connecticut 06824

T: 203-255-2577

The School Counseling Group (IECA Professional Member)

www.schoolcounseling.com

SCG assists individuals and families seeking advice on matters of education, emotional growth and school placement pertaining to colleges, universities and gap year programs.

Primary Contact:
Peter Sturtevant, Director
erica@schoolcounseling.com

4725 MacArthur Blvd
Washington, District of Columbia 20007

T: 202 333 3530

Versan Educational Services (IECA Professional Member)

www.versan.org

To assist with boarding schools, colleges, law medical and graduate programs.

Primary Contact:
Sandra Bramwell, College Counselor
sandra@versan.org

7979 NW 21 Street KIN 9280
Doral, Florida 33120

T: 876-755-2187

Virginia J. Bush & Associates (IECA Professional Member)

www.virginiabush.com

VJ Bush & Assoc. is dedicated to finding the most appropriate educational choices for students to help them maximize their academic potential and social and emotional growth.

Primary Contact:
Virginia Bush, Educational Consultant
vjb@virginiabush.com

444 East 86th Street
New York, New York 10028

T: 212 772 3244

Virginia J. Bush & Associates Asia Pacific Pte Ltd (IECA Professional Member)

www.virginiabush.com

We are dedicated to finding the most appropriate boarding school for the individual needs and interests of our students academically, socially and emotionally.

Primary Contact:
Jennifer Evans, Independent Educational Consultant - Head of Asia-
jbe@virginiabush.com

237 Arcadia Road 03-02
Singapore, 289844 Singapore

T: +65 9758 1910

Wakefield Educational Consulting (IECA Professional Member)

We provide counseling to students and their families regarding the admissions process for the college, private secondary schools and transfer application process.

Primary Contact:
William Dennett, Educational Consultant
billdennett@aol.com

80 Anita Street
New Haven, Connecticut 06511

T: 203 530 0810

International Placement & Exchange Group

ASSIST

www.assist-inc.org

ASSIST provides opportunites for outstanding international students to attend the finest American independent secondary schools on one-year scholarships.

Primary Contact:
Martin Milne, VP for School and Family Relations
martin@assist-inc.org

68 Bridge Street Suite 217
Suffield, Connecticut 06078

T: 860-668-5706

CIEE - Council on International Educational Exchange

www.CIEE.org

CIEE's mission is to help people gain understanding, acquire knowledge, and develop skills for living in a globally interdependent and culturally diverse world.

Primary Contact:
Stephanie Navrat, Director, High School Plus Program
snavrat@ciee.org

300 Fore Street
Portland, Maine 04101

T: 207 553 4058

Gap Year Program

The Bridge at Kieve-Wavus

www.kieve.org/thebridgeyear

The Bridge Year supports rising 9th graders in developing: physical, technical & creative skills, a sense of personal & social responsibility; & enduring intellectual passion.

Primary Contact:
Charlie Richardson, Director of Education
cjr@kieve.org

PO Box 169
Nobleboro, Maine 04555

T: 207 563 5172

Summer / Semester Residential Program with an Educational Mission

Chewonki Semester School

www.chewonki.org

Chewonki provides a challenging academic program for high school juniors that immerses students in a small environmentally sustainable community and the ecosystems of Maine.

Primary Contact:
Ann Carson, Head of School
acarson@chewonki.org

485 Chewonki Neck Road
Wiscasset, Maine 04578

T: 207 882 7323

EXPLO

www.explo.org

Summer boarding and day programs at Yale University (ages 15-17), Wellesley College (ages 13 & 14), & St. Mark's School (ages 9-12.)

Primary Contact:
Moira Kelly, Executive Director
mkelly@explo.org

932 Washington Street
Norwood, Massachusetts 02062

T: 781-762-7400

Grab The Torch

www.grabthetorch.org

Summer Programs focusing on leadership, ethics and philanthropy

Primary Contact:
Dave Aldrich, CEO/Founder
daldrich@grabthetorch.org

55 West 89th Street
New York, New York 10024

T: 781-864-5758

Middlebury-Monterey Summer Intensive College English

www.miis.edu

Summer intensive English (ESL) program designed to support international students who are currently enrolled or would like to attend undergraduate programs in the U.S.

Primary Contact:
Alisyn Henneck, Enrollment Manager
languages@miis.edu

460 Pierce Street
Monterey, California 93940

T: 831 647 4115

The Experiment in International Living

www.experimentinternational.org

The Experiment offers 3, 4 and 5 week immersive study abroad programs for high school students in Europe, The Americas, Africa, Asia and the Pacific.

Primary Contact:
Heather Beard, Associate Director of Admissions
heather.beard@sit.edu

PO Box 676 Kipling Road
Brattleboro, Vermont 05302

T: 800 345 2929

Accredited Public Boarding School

Robert College

www.robcol.k12.tr

American-Chartered School for Turkish Students, operating in Istanbul.

Primary Contact:
Margaret Halicioglu, Dean of Student Affairs
mhalicioglu@robcol.k12.tr

Kurucesme Cad No 87 Arnavutkoy
Istanbul, 34345 Turkey

T: +90 212 3592270

South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities

www.scgsah.org

A public residential high school for emerging artists in an environment of artistic and academic excellence.

Primary Contact:
Matthew Burns, Asst. Vice-President & Director of Student Service
mburns@scgsah.state.sc.us

15 University Street
Greenville, South Carolina 29601

T: 864 282 3847

The SEED School of Maryland

www.seedschoolmd.org

A statewide, college-preparatory, public boarding school presents deserving students with an extraordinary opportunity to receive a tuition-free education.

Primary Contact:
JoAnn Robinson, Chief of Staff
JoAnn@seedschoolmd.org

200 Font Hill Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21223

T: 410-843-9477

College or University

Drew University

www.drew.edu

A small, private liberal arts university located on a 185 acre wooded campus. Its 1700 undergraduates represent 25 states and 30 countries, 50 minutes by train to Manhattan.

Primary Contact:
James Skiff, Director of Admissions
jskiff@drew.edu

36 Madison Avenue
Madison, New Jersey 07940

T: 973 408 3583

Emory University

www.emory.edu/admission

An inquiry-driven, ethically engaged community whose members work colloboratively for positive transformation through leadership in teaching, research, & social change.

Primary Contact:
Emily Simmons, Associate Dean of Admission
emily.simmons@emory.edu

1390 Oxford Road
Atlanta, Georgia 30322

T: 404 727 6036

John Cabot University

www.johncabot.edu

US higher education institution in Rome. Our mission is to provide an environment of study abroad and for degree seeking students to foster cross-cultural understanding.

Primary Contact:
Danette Anderson, Marketing Director
danderson@johncabot.edu

233 Via della Lungara
Rome, 00165 Italy

T: +39 0668 191245

Keystone College

www.keystone.edu

A comprehensive liberal arts college located in Northeastern PA. We offer over 80 majors, including environmental resource management. We compete in NCAA Div III athletics.

Primary Contact:
Sarah Keating, VP for Enrollment & Marketing
admissions@keystone.edu

One College Green, PO Box 50
La Plume, Pennsylvania 18440

T: 570 945 8111

Loyola University Maryland

loyola.edu

Loyola is a Catholic, Jesuit institution dedicated to educating leaders of compassion and service to our community.

Primary Contact:
Elena Hicks, Dean of Undergraduate Admission
ehicks@loyola.edu

4501 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21210

T: 410-617-2251

Marist College

www.marist.edu

Dedicated to helping students develop the intellect, character, and skills required for enlightened, ethical and productive lives in the global community of the 21st century.

Primary Contact:
Chris Doyle, Assoc. Director of Undergraduate Admission
chris.doyle@marist.edu

3399 N. Road
Poughkeepsie, New York 12601

T: 845 575 3990

Regis College

www.regiscollege.edu

Regis College, through education in the arts, sciences, and professions, empowers women and men to challenge themselves academically, to serve and to lead. A Catholic college,

Primary Contact:
Wanda Suriel, Director of Admission
wanda.suriel@regiscollege.edu

235 Wellesley Street
Weston, Massachusetts 02493

T: 781-768-7100

Rochester Institute of Technology

www.rit.edu

Private comprehensive university providing higher education and experiential learning opportunities in the fields of Engineering, Computing Sciences, Visual Arts, Business etc

Primary Contact:
Mark McFee, Associate Director of Undergraduate Admissions
admissions@rit.edu

60 Lomb Memorial Drive
Rochester, New York 14623

T: 585 475 6631

Springfield College

www.springfieldcollege.edu

Springfield College educates students in spirit, mind and body for leadership in service to others.

Primary Contact:
Mary De Angelo, Director of Enrollment Management
mdeangelo@springfieldcollege.edu

263 Alden Street
Springfield, Massachusetts 01109

T: 413 748 3136

The City University of New York

www.cuny.edu

CUNY is the nation’s leading urban public university, serving 540,000 students at 24 institutions in NYC. Includes eleven senior colleges and seven community colleges.

Primary Contact:
Clare Norton, University Director of Recruitment
clare.norton@cuny.edu

217 East 42nd Street
New York, New York 10017

T: 646 664 3620

Other

Globalise

www.globalise.org

The mission of Globalise is to provide talented students a school experience in the U.S. that will increase their respect for other peoples and cultures.

Primary Contact:
Mary Schellhorn, Network Director
network@globalise.org

1025 Connecticut Avenue NW Suite 1000
Washington, District of Columbia 20036

T: 202 857 9799

HAIYI Imigration and Education Group

www.haiyi.com

Promoting educational links with China, including boarding schools, college counseling, program development and language training.

Primary Contact:
Lucy Shih, Director
lucy@haiyi.com

A3-101 808 Hong Qiao Road
Shanghai, 2000030 China

T: 86 216447 6060

Elementary or Junior School

Covenant Preparatory School

www.covenantprep.org

We seek to solve the educational crisis in Hartford by providing a demanding academic program to prepare students to succeed in competitive independent secondary schools.

Primary Contact:
Katie Zakreski, Dir. of High School Placement & Graduate Support
graduatesupport@covenantprep.org

135 Broad St.
Hartford, Connecticut 06105

T: 860-547-0289 ext. 4

Episcopal School of Knoxville

www.esknoxville.org

Independent K-8 day school serving 350 students. Accredited by SAIS, member of NAIS, NAES

Primary Contact:
James Secor III, Headmaster
jsecor@esknoxville.org

950 Episcopal School of Knoxville
Knoxville, Tennessee 37932

T: 865 777 9032

Far Hills Country Day School

www.fhcds.org

Coed Pre K - 8 school for 440 students aiming to provide each child brilliant beginnings for success in the modern world through academic excellence & character development.

Primary Contact:
Edward Thompson, Director of Secondary School Counseling
ethompson@fhcds.org

PO Box 8
Far Hills, New Jersey 07931

T: 908 766 0622 ext. 434

Greenwich Country Day School

www.gcds.net

65-95 families of 8th and 9th graders per year are counseled in GCDS’s secondary school placement process with 50% going on to boarding schools.

Primary Contact:
Alyson Walker, Director of Secondary School Advising
awalker@gcds.net

401 Old Church Road
Greenwich, Connecticut 06831

T: 203 863 5654

Nantucket New School

www.nantucketnewschool.org

Our program encourages academic excellence, respects the pace of childhood, and seeks to instill in our students curiosity, creativity, and a lifelong love of learning.

Primary Contact:
Jonathan Alden, Head of School
jalden@nantucketnewschool.org

15 Nobadeer Farm Road
Nantucket, Massachusetts 02554

T: 508 228 8569 ext. 202

Old Trail School

www.oldtrail.org

We are a Toddler through Grade 8 Independent School serving 550 kids in Northeast Ohio.

Primary Contact:
John Farber, Head of School
jfarber@oldtrail.org

2315 Ira Road PO Box 827
Bath, Ohio 44210

T: 330 666 1118

St. Francis Episcopal Day School

www.StFrancisHouston.org

We are a private K-8 Episcopal School in Houston.

Primary Contact:
Pamela McSorely, Director of Administrative Services
slair@StFrancisHouston.org

335 Piney Point Road
Houston, Tennessee 77024

T: 713 458 6100

The Lexington School

thelexingtonschool.org

Primary Contact:
Mary Beth Noel, Head of School
mnoel@thelexingtonschool.org

1050 Lane Allen Road
Lexington, Kentucky 40504

T: 859 278 0501

The Peck School

www.peckschool.org

Through character formation and our inspirational academic program we strive to build in each student the capacity for disciplined learning and consideration of others.

Primary Contact:
Daisy Douglas Savage, Director of Secondary School Counseling
dsavage@peckschool.org

247 South Street
Morristown, New Jersey 07960

T: 973 539 8660

 

 
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