Private School Admission Consultants

Our private day school and boarding school admission consultants have admissions committee experience at the top private day and boarding schools in the country, and have read countless applications. They advise applicants on interviews, helpful extracurricular activities and overall admissions applications. 

Victor C. Young

Former Assistant and Associate Director of Admissions 

St. Paul’s School

Former Administrator

Phillips Academy Andover

 

Although formally educated as a mechanical engineer and physicist, Vic spent a decade of his professional life as an admissions officer at St. Paul's School and an administrator at Phillips Academy Andover. Having lived on campus, run a dorm, and coached varsity sports, Vic has a sincere appreciation for the unique opportunities an independent school education provides all students. Almost 30 years ago he was the principal planner and a founding trustee of St. Philips Academy, a hugely successful independent day school serving children in Newark NJ. It has since become the much heralded, multi-campus Philips Academy Charter School.


Vic recently stepped down after nine years as a trustee for St. Paul’s School. He has also served as a trustee of Western Reserve Academy, the Canton
Country Day School, and St. Philips Academy. A graduate of St. Paul’s School, the University of Pennsylvania and Harvard University, Vic currently splits his time between NE Ohio and the SF Bay Area. He is married with two adult children.

Yuna Evans

Former Admissions Officer

Phillips Exeter Academy

Yuna is a graduate of Phillips Exeter Academy and Amherst College. After graduating from Amherst College with her Bachelor’s Degree in Biology and Environmental Studies, she became an Admissions Counselor at Phillips Exeter Academy. Yuna conducted hundreds of interviews with prospective students and their families, read and evaluated applications, and advocated for students in the committee review process.

Yuna’s experiences navigating the admissions process both as a successful applicant and an Admissions Counselor at a highly selective independent school allows her a unique insight into the factors that maximize an applicant’s ability to make a positive and lasting impression in their application process. Her priority is to understand each student’s individual educational needs and extracurricular passions to find their best match and to highlight their authentic voice throughout the application process.

Kevin Lawrence

Former Associate Director of Admission, The Lawrenceville School

Former Associate Director of Admissions, Avon Old Farms School

 

Kevin Lawrence is a bilingual educational consultant with more than a decade of intercontinental experience. Kevin grew up bilingual--speaking English and French. He entered Avon Old Farms School, an all-boys boarding school in Avon, Connecticut, USA, as an 11th-grader and thrived as a student-athlete and leader. Upon graduation in 1998, he enrolled at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, where he earned a football
scholarship and played in the Big Ten Championship in 2000.


After two years in professional football, Kevin returned to Avon Old Farms School, where he worked for 6 years as an Admission Counselor, Advisor, and Coach. In 2010, he was hired by The Lawrenceville School, a co-ed boarding school of 816 students in Lawrenceville, New Jersey, USA. During his 9 years at Lawrenceville, he worked as an Admissions Counselor, Dual-sport coach, Advisor, and made market penetration into foreign markets.


Kevin is excited to help students navigate the
high school and college admissions process.

 

Tim Bradley

Former Senior Associate Director of Admissions,

Choate Rosemary Hall

Senior Education Advisor, Ivy Labs Education

Senior Educational Consultant, BBF-China

Principal, Masterpiece Music

 

Mr. Bradley is both a Choate graduate and parent of a Choate graduate. During his 25 years in Choate’s Office of Admission, he chaired almost every admission committee, encapsulating knowledge gained by authoring the Choate Admission Office Handbook and the Choate Admission Committee & Reader Guide. He was a Choate admission officer longer, read more applications, and interviewed more applicants than anyone in the school’s history.

 

Mr. Bradley served as student academic, dormitory, and club advisor, as class agent for the Alumni Office, and coached intramural basketball, among other roles. For 14 years he taught Choate’s Music Production course, a course he created after orchestrating the building of the school’s recording studio.

 

Before Choate, Mr. Bradley toured major cities of the world with several Grammy award-winning artists as musical director, keyboardist, and vocalist, earning Gold and Platinum records during a decade-long music career. He graduated Albertus Magnus College with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management and is married with four adult children, all of whom have continued the family’s tradition of private school excellence.

 

 

Lee Young

Former Senior Associate Director of Admissions 

Phillips Exeter Academy

Lee attended Phillips Exeter Academy first as a day student and then as a boarder.  She then attended Hamilton College where she earned a double degree in Psychology & Sociology, while playing 12 seasons of competitive sports.

 

Lee’s first job out of college was as an admissions officer at Phillips Exeter Academy. Never intending to make a career in admissions at PEA, she continually felt challenged and fulfilled, while also coaching, living in the dormitory, and serving as an advisor to hundreds of students.  During her 33 years at Exeter, she interviewed over 6000 applicants, evaluated over 16,000 applications, and served as the chair of every admissions subcommittee.  She was Exeter’s first athletic liaison working closely with applicants and coaches.  Additionally, she served on the financial aid committee, and managed the campus-wide visit program for admitted families each spring.

 

Lee now utilizes her extensive admissions experience to strategize and advise families on how to present the strongest application possible. Lee believes that the high school years are the most formative in one’s education, and knows the importance of finding the right fit school.

 

Cheryl Scott-Mouzon

Former Associate Director of Admissions and Recruiting, Horace Mann School

Former Director of Admissions, Green Acres School

Former Educational Adviser, Jack Kent Cooke Foundation

Former Admissions Counselor / Director of Multicultural Affairs, Miss Porter’s School

Senior Recruitment and Enrollment Specialist, The George Washington University, College of Professional Studies

Cheryl graduated from Adelphi University with her Bachelors of Arts degree in Speech Arts, Theatre and Drama with a minor in Psychology.  Since college, Cheryl has remained an educator and adviser with now over 30 years of experience within the field; more than 16 years working directly in outreach, 18 years in admissions and selection.  She has also spent years as a radio and television announcer as well as doing voiceover work for educational videos for the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation.

 

Throughout her career, Cheryl has read, reviewed and rendered decisions on over 6,500 applications between her years at independent schools, the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation and serving on the review committee for the Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship.  She is currently Senior Recruitment and Enrollment Specialist for The George Washington University College of Professional Studies.

 

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