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2020 Acceptances: Private School Admissions Advisors and its affiliates are pleased to announce their clients’ acceptances to the following elite private schools:  Phillips Andover, Phillips Exeter, Choate, Lawrenceville, Kent, Taft, Loomis Chaffee, Hotchkiss, Deerfield, Canterbury, Cheshire, Gunnery, Hopkins, Buckingham Browne & Nichols, St. Paul's, Hill, Deerfield, Pingry, Miss Porter’s, Westover, Westminister, Masters, Hackley, Harvey, Hun, Newark Academy, Rye Country Day, Madeira, Noble & Greenough, Milton, Peddie, Blair, Delbarton, Dalton, Dwight, Collegiate, Thacher, Castilleja, Harvard-Westlake, Harker, Marymount, Columbia Prep, Trevor, Chapin, Convent of the Sacred Heart, Nightingale-Bamford, Calhoun, St. Ann's, Leman Manhattan, Brunswick, and Greenwich Academy. 

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This year, 2020, several of our clients have had multiple acceptances to top boarding schools.   

  • Seven  of our clients each received acceptances from Andover, Exeter, Choate, Taft and St. Paul's.
  • Three of our clients who applied to the Ten Schools were accepted to all ten. 
  • All of our international clients were accepted to their top choice boarding schools, including, Andover, Exeter, Choate, Lawrenceville, Peddie, Hotchkiss and Deerfield. 

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Congratulations to the moms and dads who chose our firm to help their children!

Acceptance Results 2017

Acceptance results 2017 private school admissions

Year after year, we have an acceptance rate of  97% or more  because our clients work directly with Dr. Paul Lowe and his team of admissions experts.  Our clients are, therefore, admitted into their first choice schools.