Thaden School’s Response to COVID-19

College Counseling

In preparing our students to lead lives of integrity, purpose, and responsible global citizenship, we also prepare them for selective college admissions. This process is formalized in a college counseling curriculum that begins in ninth grade and continues throughout the Upper School years.

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We believe that the process of selecting a college is an incredibly valuable and personal exercise – one which affords students the opportunity to further develop their interests, identify their unique gifts and talents, and consider their individual preferences and values.

As we facilitate this process of self-discovery, we will ensure that every Thaden student is equipped to navigate the college application process with confidence and receives ample individualized guidance along the way.

Thaden School recognizes the vital role that parents play as they help their children transition into young adults. As such, we keep parents involved and informed through group informational meetings, monthly newsletters, and individual meetings with families. 

For information about our college counseling program, contact Phil Hooper, Director of College Counseling.

Upcoming Events

Apr
26

Parent/Guardian Office Hours- 5:30 pm

Apr
27

SAT School Day- 8:00 am

Parent/Guardian Office Hours- 5:30 pm

The college counselors are eager to build strong working relationships with parents and guardians. Our virtual office hours give Upper School parents the opportunity to learn about different topics related to the college planning process and have their questions answered. Look for a zoom link in The Flyer.

This week's topic is Historically Black Colleges and Universities and is geared toward parents/guardians of students in Grades 9, 10, and 11.

SAT School Day- 8:00 am

This test administration will be offered to the Class of 2022 at Thaden School.