Bolles offers a comprehensive College Counseling program designed to help students identify colleges that fit their interests, abilities, skills and values. Our program is based upon two fundamental beliefs:
- The college search is a process which requires well-honed research and decision-making skills.
- The college choice should be geared to the individual, resulting in an appropriate match between student and institution.
To accomplish these goals, we offer a range of innovative programs designed to help students and their families make informed, well-reasoned college choices, and we encourage students and parents to take advantage of these opportunities. Each year, students are offered grade level appropriate programming that begins with an introduction to the application process and culminates in submission of applications and the final college choice. Similarly, at each grade level parents are invited to a series of programs designed to introduce them to important elements of the college search and application process including ways to support and encourage their student(s).
Our team is dedicated to providing individual guidance to each student through the college application and selection process. With dedicated staff who can offer personalized attention to each student’s wants and needs, we ensure that students feel informed and supported throughout the entire process.
We invite parents and students to explore the College Counseling Timetable to become acquainted with both the four-year process and our various programs.
The College Counseling Office is open from 8 a.m. - 3:15 p.m. most weekdays from August-June. The office is closed during all school holidays and the month of July.
The Class of 2023 graduates were accepted to 250 different colleges and universities.
This display includes a sample of the 98 schools the Class of 2023 will be attending.
Class of 2023 Facts
different colleges and universities accepted the graduates and they are attending 98.
of the 195 graduates are going directly to college. 1 will take a gap year. 6 are undecided.
student-athletes were honored for committing to a particular college or university to continue their academic and athletic careers.