Through in-depth college research, students will learn what type of college is right for them. Even among the top 50 colleges in America, there exists a wide variety of schools that a student must consider before applying. Public or a private college? Liberal arts or a research university? East Coast or the West Coast? The search for a right college is made easy and more clear with Esther's expert knowledge!


For the college essay, Esther's primary goal is to help students accentuate their unique qualities through effective storytelling. Through deep and meaningful conversations with her students, Esther aims to understand the special characteristics of a student in order to ensure a STAND OUT college essay. As admissions officers read thousands of essay every year, it's so important to be able to stand out in a sea of similar applicants.



Did you know that most colleges are searching for passionate students and not mere straight-A students? Whether a student earns As, Bs, or even Cs, there is a great college for everyone. Students simply need to know how to put their best foot forward. Esther helps students engage in meaningful and innovative extracurricular activities that reflect academic direction and passion in the college application. Every student can add to their appeal by building a stellar college resume. 


The key to success is preparation. Instead of starting your college essays two weeks before the deadline, what if you began several months in advance? By preparing early, students can optimize their application with unique activities and projects. Essays can be fortified with insightful themes to impress admissions officers. The application should reflect a clear life goal. Esther is a master planner who outlines each task with a deadline to ensure a successful application. 




A background in the liberal arts can translate into becoming a leader and a more fulfilling life
— U.S. News, 2016

Study Links Liberal Arts to Success in Life

A study released this month shows that a liberal arts education is associated with greater odds for students to become leaders, be seen as ethical, appreciate arts and culture and lead a more fulfilling and happy life. The study, done by Richard A. Detweiler, president of the Great Lakes Colleges Association, is data-driven:

  • Adults with a liberal arts background had a 30% to 100% increased chance of having positions of leadership
  • A liberal arts background led to adults who are 22% to 66% more likely to contribute to society through methods such as volunteering and charitable giving
  • There is a 25% to 35% higher likelihood to find satisfaction and happiness in life among those who as undergraduates discussed issues with those who disagreed with them and had in-class discussions on varied philosophical, literary and ethical viewpoints - all hallmarks of a liberal arts education.