Navigating Your Way

To College Success.

Summerfuel's College Admissions Preparation program has an established and proven track record of significant success in supporting students in every aspect of the college admissions process. From the reflection and discovery needed to craft a list of prospective colleges to the skills needed to perform well on standardized tests.

Our approach to college admissions is to provide custom content to meet the unique needs of each student. Each program incorporates:

> SAT Preparation (15 Live Class Hours, 3 Practice SATs)

> Essay Writing (15 Live Class Hours With Additional Individual Support)

> One on One College Counseling (3 Private Sessions)

> Instructive College Admissions Workshops (6 Small Group Sessions)

Finding the Right Fit

The college application process is competitive and ever changing and requires time, effort, introspection and a clear plan. Learn how to present yourself in a compelling way, and take a step back and research schools and programs that match your individual talents, preferences and abilities. Concentrate on what you are interested in and start identifying college programs that might also help shape your career.

Our experienced college experts will give valuable insight into the college application process from both the applicant and the colleges' perspective. Learn what colleges are really looking for in a student, how to prepare and what to expect. Above all, find the right fit for you.

Virtual College Admissions Prep Details

Program Fee: $2,495


July 6 - July 17, 2020 > ENROLL
July 20 - July 31, 2020 > ENROLL
August 3 - August 14, 2020 > ENROLL

TIMES (all times are EDT)
> 10 AM - 11:30 AM SAT Preparation
> 12 PM - 1:30 PM Admissions Workshops (Mon, Wed, Fri)
> 12 PM - 1:30 PM Private Counseling (Tues, Thurs - half hour intervals)
> 2pm - 3:30 PM Writing the College Essay

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Meet Our Team of Experts

Jane S. Gabin

College Counselor, Author

Jane received her Ph.D. in English from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and her B.A. in English from Queens College in New York. After working as an instructor at Chapel Hill Senior High School and Duke University, Jane transitioned into college admissions at UNC, where she served as the Senior Assistant Director and Director of International Admissions for 10 years. She subsequently worked as a college counselor at United Nations International School and Little Red School House/Elizabeth Irwin School in NYC. Jane recently published her third book, American Women in Gilded Age Britain. She also writes the "Ask the College Counselor" column at

Kelly Jean Fitzsimmons

Writing the College Admissions Essay

Kelly Jean Fitzsimmons is a New York-based writer, educator, and storyteller whose work has appeared in A Mighty Blaze, Marie Claire, and Hippocampus Magazine, among others. Her most recent play, All I Want Is One More Meanwhile... made its Midwest Premiere at Otherworld Theatre in Chicago. She has MFA in Creative Nonfiction from Fairleigh Dickinson University. Combining her love of theater and narrative nonfiction, Kelly Jean created No, YOU Tell It! a storytelling series dedicated to performing true-life tales with a twist. Learn more and listen to the podcast at

Mary transitioned from a career teaching college accounting to one of a very successful small group tutor several years ago and hasn't looked back! Mary's ability to meet students where they are and understand how to best help them is what families rave about. Students build confidence and find greater success with Mary through hard work and focus.