First-choice letters. You’ve probably heard the hearsay. Legend has it that these letters annoy some admission directors while others value them.
Private schools aim to collect as much information from different sources about prospective students as possible during the application process. The perspective provided by parents and guardians is highly valued because no one knows your child better than you.
The admission profession in general has been through the ringer for some reason or another. Preschool directors are struggling to create outdoor classrooms and open back up and colleges are facing admissions scandals, supreme court cases on the legality of affirmative action, an increased demand in gap years and COVID outbreaks.