Our counselors are advisers, here to guide our students through exercises in self-reflection and self-expression.
It all starts with stage-appropriate programming for younger students and culminates with a supportive and personalized process designed to help our graduates move on to someplace perfectly suited to their goals and ambitions.
When counselors meet individually with fifth-form students, they do not launch into conversations about specific colleges, testing, and application techniques. Instead, their goal is to really get to know our students as dynamic individuals.
Choate Rosemary Hall hosts a Fall College Fair in October and a Spring College Fair in April. For health and safety protocols, these fairs are by invitation only until further notice. In addition to our fairs, we will be offering in-person visits this year. Please contact Megan Jackson for more information or to schedule a time for a visit.
Students and families from neighboring schools are welcome to attend our Fall College Fair on Monday, October 10, 2022. A list of schools that will be attending the fair are here. The fair will be held in the Worthington Johnson Athletic Center from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. For the health and safety of all those attending, masks will be required.
Ours is a highly individualized and time-intensive process, but the reward is in the results: happy students who have found their college “fit.”
“Fit” is not about compromise; schools of varying degrees of admission selectivity share characteristics that appeal to applicants. By focusing on personal “fit” rather than generic college ranking lists, Choate counselors tailor the college process to meet the needs of individual counselees, helping each student to identify realistic choices as well as “reach” schools. By focusing on “fit,” we work to ensure that students are happy with their college choice not just on the day they receive their admission decision, but for the next four years, and beyond.