From High School to an Outstanding College Experience

Admission to an outstanding college begins with thoughtful preparation. CPSi students gain admission to quality, best-fit colleges where they will thrive.

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CPSiwho we are

Welcome to CPSi, an independent college-admission advising organization who:

Helps students become strong candidates for college admission and scholarships through mentoring and advanced planning

Works independently for admissions to all colleges in the U.S. and several international universities

Promotes education success on a foundation of integrity, openness, work ethic, and commitment

Offers guidance informed by more than 9,600 best-fit college admissions

25 YEARS OF EXCELLENCE SERVING U.S. & INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE-BOUND STUDENTS

Getting started withCPSi

Option 1 – Attend a Seminar

(for High School Students)

Attend our College Planning Seminar in Bellevue to learn the facts about preparing and planning for admission and scholarships. Seminar attendees are awarded a complimentary private assessment meeting with a CPSi consultant.

  • Who – High school sophomores and juniors, accompanied by their parent(s)
  • Cost – FREE when student and parent(s) attend together
  • How – Register for seminar now or call 1-800-987-7625 to make reservations

Option 2 – Attend a Private Meeting

Contact us to arrange a private assessment with a CPSi consultant about your unique college admission and college money opportunities. This option is ideal for busy families who prefer to skip the seminar and get started quickly. Skype conference assessments are available for families outside the local area. (Scheduling subject to availability of openings for new CPSi students).

  • Who – 10th & 11th-grade students accompanied by their parent(s); college transfer and undergraduate students accompanied by their parent(s)
  • Cost – $250 (credit card required to reserve)
  • How – Call +1 425-455-4272 – or 1-800-987-7625 in the U.S. – to arrange an evaluation meeting

I was admitted ED! Thank you so much for all of the support that you have given me throughout these years. You have always been there when I needed help making difficult decisions and have challenged me to perform to the best of my ability. My high school experience has been significantly better with your guidance, and I know that I could not have done this without you.

Kristina O, Student

Thank you so much for all your guidance for the past years. I’m very grateful that you helped us navigate these tumultuous times, and I’m certain that I wouldn’t have gotten accepted into such an amazing school if it weren’t for you. I can’t express how lucky I was to meet you!

Raymond S, Student

A big thanks to CPSi! Without your great help, our daughter would not have been admitted to Art school... your encouragement, guidance, and help are really indispensable, and we are extremely grateful.

Steven M, Parent

I am writing to express my relief, as a parent, to have found out about CPSi. I have six children planning for college, ... they deserve expert advice and guidance, beyond what I could provide. CPSi ... opens the doors to the future for young people.

Boby G, Parent

I want to thank you again for all of your helpful advice ... My entire family is so excited for me and I can hardly wait to begin my studies at college.

Sophia Z, Student

Thank you so much for the great work, without your help my son wouldn’t have made it to NYU! CPSi rocks!

Darrel C, Parent

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