Success Stories

Excited students on graduation day.

“Sound, practical, actionable advice from Beatrice Schultz helped us make some of the right decisions before our daughter Justine Ferry applied to college as a senior at Menlo-Atherton HS. In August 2013, Justine started as a freshman at Harvard College.”Father-Daughter in Harvard Yard (1280x960)


Jeff & Christine, parents of Justine – Harvard College Class of ’17


“The possibilities opened up when we talked with Beatrice. Suddenly, all these amazing private colleges that had seemed out of reach before were now options.

We are so lucky to have Beatrice! You can’t do it successfully without help. There are too many variables and gotchas, too much that doesn’t follow a logical path. I wish we had known this sooner.

Either way though, working with Beatrice is so unbelievably worth the money.”

Elaine & Bill, parents of Sierra – Brown University Class of ’17 & Sabrina – Rhode Island School of Design Class of ’19

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“No matter how much you think you know about the college application and financial aid process, you simply can’t get the kinds of offers that Beatrice can get for you.

She is truly a master of the college processes!  Without Beatrice, we never could have made this happen.”

Dawn & Dave, parents of Emily – Georgetown University Class of ’19

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“We’re feeling like college is affordable, so thanks for your help this past year…

I have to tell you that we are very, very pleased with UC Riverside. Keep them in mind when you speak with prospective students and families.

This place truly is a rising star – it’s a smallish UC, and by now we have vetted it from every angle, and believe it is an excellent match for our son, but also offers great value for any emerging university student.”

Susan, mother of University of California Riverside Class of ’20 freshman… with 3 more college bound students to follow

“Thank you!  I’m feeling very happy and blessed really, that with your help, things have turned out so well for Lisa!”

Emilie, mother of Lisa – University of Southern California Class of ’20