We give your high school student one-on-one guidance throughout the entire college preparation process. This starts by really getting to know our students and tailoring the search to what is best for him or her from start to finish based on their strengths, accomplishments, individuality and desires. It does not matter where you live as our services are available to students in all 50 states via video conferencing or via telephone.
Honoria Dasilva-Kilgore has been practicing law for over 25 years. Her practice focuses on helping clients with numerous financial matters and long-term planning. One recurring theme that often crops up is that inadequate planning regarding higher education often leads to negative long-term life consequences. This is unacceptable because it is preventable.
PCCI was created because we passionately believe that a college education is one of the most important tools we can utilize for success and that all college bound students deserve to get good advice about where they should consider going and how to get there, in order to have the best shot at achieving their dreams. This takes preparation, time and research which most students and parents do not have the time to do on their own. That is where we come in. At PCCI, we believe it is never to early to start preparing your high school student for success in college and to invest in their future.
We will target schools that best fit your student’s abilities, interests, finances, and family circumstances so that students maximize their chances of receiving need and/or merit based aid.
With student athletes, we will help you determine whether your student athlete would do better at a NCAA Division I, Division II, or Division III institution. It is especially important that student athletes start the search process early in order to maximize recruiting opportunities. However, for every student, it is important to start as early as possible so that by the time students are applying for admission during senior year, they are not wasting time and funds haphazardly on institutions that they are not well suited for or not really interested in attending. It is our goal that by the time the student applies for college, he or she will know exactly which schools they want to go to and why. In addition, they will understand their chances of gaining admittance and assistance.