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  • Exceptional Participation in Tuesday's College Fair!

    Thanks to Director of College Counseling Abby Croft and Linden Educational Services for arranging Tuesday's College Fair here on campus. We also thank students for their exceptional participation! It was a great opportunity for students to make connections with some promising institutions and programs! College representatives were impressed with our students and felt warmly welcomed by our community.

  • Mini College Fair, November 1

    In addition to the many colleges that visit throughout the year, we will be hosting a mini college fair on Tuesday, November 1. For more about college visits, visit the College Counseling calendar.

  • School Magazine Summer Edition

    Our Summer edition of Aun Aprendo is hot off the digital press! Thanks to the many dedicated staff members and alumni for their contributions, and to our students for the great spirit they fill the campus with, each and every day.

  • Class of 2016 College Matriculations

    Congratulations to the 2016 graduating class of Besant Hill School for their outstanding college matriculations! We wish you the utmost success next year!

College Counseling

At Besant Hill School, the College Counseling Office works closely with all students and their families from the moment they arrive on campus.

Students are encouraged to develop and explore their passions and interests while keeping in mind their responsibility toward their overall health, success, and personal fulfillment. As a college preparatory school, BHS provides students with guidance about the journey toward higher education including aspects such as course selection and strength, extracurricular activities, test preparation, the college search, and application process.

BHS does not view college admission as "a prize to be won." It is the result of thoughtful research, preparation, and planning. Hence, the college counseling process is an individualized one, the goal of which is the best possible match between each of our unique students and the college or university that best meets that student's needs.

Our students matriculate to a wide range of institutions, from public universities to small art colleges. Approximately 90% of seniors choose to enroll at four-year institutions, while the remaining 10% may opt to defer admission while taking a gap year, or to enroll in a two-year school with the plan to transfer to a four-year institution.

College Matriculations 2011-2016 (PDF 1MB) »

Individual meetings with the Director of College Counseling are available and encouraged upon request at any time, regardless of the student's grade level.

For more information about College Counseling, please contact:

Abby Elizabeth Croft

Director of College Counseling & Experiential Learning
(805) 646-4343 Ext.121


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