Proctor’s College Counseling team strives to expand each student’s knowledge of what life post-Proctor could look like within the context of a highly individualized counseling process.The goal of the team is to foster students’ academic, intellectual and personal growth while empowering them to take ownership of the college process, and in turn, their futures. The students who find the greatest success in the college admission process are those who understand their abilities, passions and interests, and are therefore able to seek the “right fit.” Each year, Proctor students have the motivation, confidence, and the self-awareness to make such matches. They trust their hearts and inner-self, allowing insight, not college rankings, to guide their post Proctor careers.
College Counseling Events - Upcoming and Recent
College Admission Testing Webinar: Presented by Summit Test Prep
Audience: Parents/ Guardians (Grades 10 and 11)
College Admission Panel
Audience: Students and Parents/Guardians of Juniors
- Danielle Wells, Associate Director of Admissions, Boston College
- Christina DeCario, Executive Dir. of Admissions, College of Charleston
- Owen Bligh, Sr. Associate Dean of Admission, Providence College
Rewatch - College Funding Webinar by SMARTTRACT
Audience: Parents/ Guardians (Grades 9, 10, and 11).
College Counseling Timeline at Proctor
Resources for Colleges and Universities
College Rep Visits
College Admissions Representatives planning a visit to Proctor should click here to schedule a visit or virtual tour.
Proctor School Profile 2022-2023
For prospective students and College Admissions, Proctor Academy’s School Profile.
College Counseling Team
Proctor College Counseling Links
College Acceptances and Matriculations
College Funding - SMARTTRACK
- The SMARTTRACK® College Funding High School Initiative provides our families with free resources to help you plan ahead and pay less for college. Click above to create your complimentary account.
Alumni and Past Student Transcript Request Form
Understanding Support Services in Colleges