FREE DOWNLOAD: THE BIG 5

5 Traits That Help Students Build Character, Find Success, and Standout in School.

You have Successfully Subscribed!

Paying full price for college should not be your goal. Let REACH Consulting show you how to avoid this pitfall to going to college. Welcome to REACH Consulting. REACH is here to help maximize your student's 9-12 school experience by engaging in purposeful activities to prepare him or her for college admission and career entrance.

To establish goals and expectations

To create an actionable plan to reach the goals and expectations

To customize the use of the Big 5 system in order to obtain college admission or career entrance

A passionate educator, Aimy brings more than 15 years of experience in K-12 school administration, teaching, and coaching students one on one and in small groups. Students who work with her gain admission to college, have obtained scholarships, and have used her trademarked Big 5 (TM) system to prepare for college and secure successful futures.

Common mistakes SENIORS make

Common mistakes SENIORS make

You made it! You’re a Senior. Now what. If you feel like you are at the end of your journey, think again. You are just getting started. Your senior year should be the most fun and enjoyable one of your entire high school career. If you are not having fun, perhaps something is wrong. If you are having… Continue Reading

Asking is not Checking, Checking is Checking!

My dad, a retired Command Sergeant Major from the United States Army of 27 years, said in his final retirement speech on Fort Hood Military Base, “Asking is not checking. Checking is checking.” This is certainly his motto for life. For our family. For his troops. For the church. For everything. This resonates with me… Continue Reading

An Interview with a College Assistant Admissions Director (Division I, NCAA University)

An Interview with a College Assistant Admissions Director (Division I, NCAA University)

Recently, I interviewed a college admissions director regarding the top things his admissions office looks for when deciding whether or not to admit students. His candid answers to my questions are captured below. Again, this is straight from the mouth of a Division I NCAA University Assistant Admissions Director. Question: What are the most important… Continue Reading