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College Counseling

The MPH College Admissions Handbook

The MPH College Admissions Handbook contains valuable information for MPH Juniors and Seniors as they navigate the college admissions process.

What gives MPH students that extra edge in their college applications?

MPH graduates consistently enroll in the nation’s top universities—and we’re proud of our 100 percent matriculation rate. We offer a wide range of AP courses along with PSAT, SAT, and ACT preparation through Community Programs. Equally important, our entire curriculum builds the self-awareness, curiosity, sophistication, discipline, and determination that students need to thrive in the most intensive academic environments. And from your child’s first day at MPH through graduation, she’s surrounded by college-bound peers who share and support her aspirations.

Beyond all these advantages, we also provide personal college counseling with our own professional college counselor. Starting informally in 9th grade and formally in 11th, our counselor meets regularly with students and their families to discuss students’ goals and aspirations, draw up lists of best-fit colleges and universities, and begin navigating the application process.

From one-on-one assistance on personal essays, to timely reminders about deadlines, to encouragement, insight, and reassurance during the sometimes stressful application period, our counseling program gives your child the tools—and the confidence—to achieve her educational dreams.

View our recent college matriculation list.

Parent Resources

MPH College Counseling understands that the financial piece of college planning is critical to your student’s options and starts much earlier than you might think.

We have arranged to provide our Grade 9-11 grade families with an important resource through the SMARTTRACK® College Funding High School Initiative. SMARTTRACK partners with more than 100 of the top independent schools nationwide.

Student Resources

College Planning Guide for Freshman

College Planning Guide for Sophomores

College Planning Guide for Juniors