Just as Park’s Philosophy recognizes that each student learns in his or her own way, the College Counseling office believes that each student has individual needs. Our goal is to facilitate a process of self-reflection, personal growth, and thoughtful decision-making that leads to a fulfilling next step in each student’s education.
The College Counseling office provides students and their parents with resources for selecting the colleges that best meet the students’ interests, needs, and goals. We meet and talk with students and their parents as many times as necessary to advise and give information concerning the college process. Other services we offer include: evening programs for students and parents; essay-writing workshops, an application workshop, and mock interviews; college counseling classes for seniors; over 100 on-campus visits from college representatives; and regular communication with our admissions colleagues.
The information on these pages is a mere introduction to the process. Please contact our office to begin the essential conversations among parents, students, and college counselors.
The College Board (CEEB) code is an ID number assigned to high schools for standardized testing purposes. Park’s CEEB code is 210-812.
Park students are encouraged to consider a wide range of possible colleges with the aim of having college choices that suit their personal preferences and goals.
College Counseling — Information, Processes, and Resources:
Transcript Request and College Counseling Forms
Typically, over 100 admissions representatives from colleges and universities visit Park’s campus each fall. If you are a college representative interested in scheduling a visit, our availability calendar in Scoir opens in September each year.