Are you overwhelmed with getting your 12th grader ready for college?

It's not too late. . . .Your stress ends here.

I understand you, because I've been where you are ...

Ever feel like it’s harder than ever to know how to guide your teen when it comes to their future? (Much less how to talk with them about it!)

It’s not your fault. We’re living in a rapid-paced, ever-changing world. But what you don’t want is to miss taking action to help them before it’s too late.

What if I told you that you don’t have to work so hard to stay on top of all the changes… AND you could discover how to get money for college in the process?

The truth is, if you’re reading this right now, you’re one step from everything you need to know to support your senior.

I don't have to work any harder to help your teen have the future you've been dreaming for.

Dr. Pamela’s constant encouragement and advice helped guide me through my high school years! My decision to apply ED to Tufts University was an important one, and Dr. Pamela’s support was very important during that time. Thank you for everything Dr. Pamela!
Lauren H
Lauren H.
Tufts University
The entire college process is rough, but with the help and counsel of Dr. Ellis, I was able to feel confident during interviews, have a solid personal essay, and an organized resume.
Daisy B.
Middlebury College
Throughout my junior and senior year Dr. Pamela really helped me to navigate the college application process. I had no idea where to even start. When it came time for me to start the applications, Dr. Pamela really helped me tackle the many essays I had to write. She really is the greatest. I love you Dr. P!!!
Kennedy T
Tuskegee University

Why you don't want to miss this

If you’re here, I bet I know something about you: you know what your teen is capable of, you know there’s a future that inspires them and nurtures their skills and talents. 

But you’ve hit a wall. 

You’re stuck trying to talk with your teen about college. You aren’t sure what they need to do or who exactly is guiding them. On top of that, you know that very soon, you’ll be making moves to help finance for what’s next.

If I’m describing something close to what you’re going through, then right now I bet you might be feeling a bit anxious about it all.

You're in the right place! You can get clear, simplified answers on what you need to know to help your teen thrive...STARTING NOW.

After you answer a few questions here, you will be taken immediately to our calendar to schedule a convenient time for you, your spouse (if married) and your teen to meet with me or a member of my team. 

Once you have scheduled a time, you will gain access to the senior private advanced training. 

You, your spouse (if married) and your teen can watch this pre-recorded training at your convenience prior to our meeting. The advanced training will highlight our proprietary framework we use and get into all the things you would need to know to determine whether we would be a good fit to work together.

When we meet, you will have an opportunity to share your key takeaways and learn more about our recommended programs and services.

Apply now for the Strategic Decision Call!

About your Host and Teacher

Pamela Ellis, MBA, PhD—The Education Doctor®—has helped hundreds of young people find and be admitted to best-fit colleges so their parents save time and avoid over-paying. As an award-winning CEO and consultant, Dr. Pamela’s experience with the education system includes advising school districts, community organizations, and institutes of higher education.

As a result of her research into student transitions from high school to college—and evaluating the ways colleges successfully retain their student populations once admitted—she developed The Education Doctor® curriculum. 

She has visited more than 500 colleges and universities internationally to gain insight into their varying cultures and to explore the range of academic and social opportunities available to students on campus. Her research areas include high school to college transition, parent engagement, African-American males in education, and college completion.

She is a highly sought-after speaker and author of the best-selling book What to Know Before They Go. In the first of this series, College Edition, coined “the how-to guide for the teen years”, Dr. Pamela shares actionable insights and tips to help school leaders, counselors, mentors and parents/caregivers support teens toward higher education success.  

Dr. Pamela graduated from Stanford University and the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, and she earned a doctorate from the Stanford University School of Education.