From the start of Danielle’s assistance in my college application process, it became evident that she not only wanted to be there for me every step of the way as a tutor, but also as a friend. Her actions made me feel more comfortable and confident in getting into the schools I desired. I struggled in high school for many different reasons, but Danielle made an effort to shine a light on the things that I excelled in. I would meet with Danielle whenever I could, and she helped me with everything from ideas for essays, helping me with the ACT and editing my final drafts. Some of the essays I wrote ended up being my best pieces of writing, and now I am able to cherish them forever. Danielle supported me through the process, but always pushed me to provide my best work possible. She did a ton of research for me and ultimately knew exactly what each college was looking for, which narrowed down all the questions and concerns that I had. Danielle introduced me to schools I had never thought of before, which opened my eyes to more and more opportunities available to me. She was with me from the beginning to the end of the application process, and supported me through thick and thin. I ended up being accepted to multiple amazing schools, and ultimately committed to the University of Colorado, Boulder. I could not be happier that I chose Danielle as my college counselor. I have her to thank for getting me to where I am today; she created a foundation that has made me happier and more confident about my future than I’ve ever been.
/ ella horn — university of colorado, boulder /
Thank you so much for all you have done for me. You are someone that has made an impact in my life not only as a counselor but as a friend. Were it not for you I wouldn't be taking art, the class that for years I had wanted to take. You always had faith in me and that has meant so much to me! I hope to keep in touch after I graduate.
/ carolina ardila — princeton /
Wow, where do I begin? This year was awesome. Your office was a second home for me. I'm gonna miss you the most. You're amazing, and I can't thank you enough for everything you did for me (when everyone else thought I couldn't). Thank you.
/ patrick de ledebur — carnegie mellon /