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© 2017 by BreakLine Educational Consulting

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7200 East Lincoln Road

Breckenridge, MI 48615

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Tel: (989) 572-0040

info@breaklineconsulting.com

MAKING THE RIGHT DECISIONS LEADS TO

SUCCESS

ABOUT US

What We Do

BreakLine Educational Consulting provides services to local high school students who are preparing to attend college. Our services including career preparation, high school course selection, college exploration, and scholarship search. We are not a replacement for your high school counselor. We are a supplemental support for students and families seeking additional individualized assistance. We offer customized programs and packages for students who would like additional support in the college preparation process.

Why We Do It

We are passionate about education. We have spent our careers working in this sector to make education better for others. We believe in helping people find their purpose and place by understanding their passions and creating goals worth achieving.

 
 

How WE Can

Help You

Packages

We offer customized programs and packages for students who would like private and individualized support in the college preparation process. After an initial, FREE consultation with us, we will recommend a package of services and outcomes that will help you in your educational journey.

Popular Outcomes

  • A short list of possible careers or career pathways

  • An understanding of possible courses to take in high school, including dual-enrollment, AP, IB

  • Recommended extra curricular activities and leadership positions to pursue

  • Preparation and best practices on how to approach career or college fairs

  • A short list of colleges that fit the student well

  • An understanding of different financial obligations of various types of schools

  • An understanding of how to search for scholarships

  • A guided walk through of a minimum of one scholarship application process

  • A customized short list of highest potential scholarships

  • Customized feedback on a minimum of three completed college and scholarship applications

  • An understanding of the policies and processes of the student's top college choice

Process

We offer customized programs and packages for students who would like private and individualized support in the college preparation process. After an initial, FREE consultation with us, we will recommend a package of services and outcomes that will help you in your educational journey.

Step One

The first step is to fill out our ‘Step One Survey' that gathers some basic information so we can start our conversation.

Step Two

The next step is we will reach out to you to schedule an initial meeting (this is FREE!). Depending on the comfort level of everyone, sometimes these meetings are online and sometimes face-to-face. We figure out a good meeting place that works for everyone. This initial meeting can last anywhere from 30-60 minutes and helps us 1) get to know one another, 2) understand the students needs and passions, and 3) discuss a list of ‘outcomes’ that meets the students needs. Since every students’ needs are different, we create a custom package of services for each and every student, so prices vary.

 

Step Three

After the free initial meeting (and sometimes at the initial meeting), we will give a price estimate for the custom package that meets the students needs. This way the student and family know what the costs are right up front for the outcomes they are looking for before making any commitments.

 

Step Four

Once we agree on the services, we get to work! Depending on the number of outcomes or depth of conversations, the number and frequency of meetings vary. We usually assign some ‘homework’ for the student as well as ourselves. Sometimes we do quick check-ins over email or the phone and sometimes we meet up virtually or face-to-face. Keep in mind, we are not making any of the academic or career decisions, we are guiding the students and families through their own decisions.

A common recommendation you will hear from us is about speaking to your school counselor (usually about specific topics, programs, or questions). We do not (and cannot) replace this person or their services. We are just another resource for you in addition to those offered by your school.