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The Testimonials have been grouped according to program:9 Advanced Academy of Georgia
4 Bard High School Early College
3 Clarkson School Bridging Year
5 Early College at Guilford
8 Early Entry Program at CSULA
3 Early Honors Program
5 Georgia Academy of Mathematics, Engineering and Science
7 Missouri Academy of Science, Mathematics and Computing
1 National Academy of Arts, Sciences, and Engineering
34 Program for the Exceptionally Gifted
7 Simon's Rock College of Bard
6 Texas Academy for Leadership in the Humanities
8 Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science
4 Transition School and Early Entrance Program at UW
1 UW Academy for Young Scholars
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BHSEC is an amazing institution. It has helped me achieve things that I never thought I could achieve on my own. When I applied to colleges every college, except Harvard, accepted me. I currently attend Haverford College and will be graduating with a B.A. in Economics and a minor in Philosophy in May 2005. BHSEC has given me the opportunity to meet some of the most amazing people and to attend a college with a 3% transfer acceptance rate
(Haverford College has historically never taken more than 4 transfer students. Last year 2 out of the 3 are from the Bard program. This year there are no transfers.)
For anyone interested in meeting with me regarding early colleges, BHSEC, competitive college acceptances, transferring w/ emphasis on emotional and academic concerns, I offer college counseling through Revolution College Counseling Services (RCCS). The rates are very comeptitive and a sliding rate is offered for anyone who can't afford the full cost. Please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or quick quesitons. (No cost) But, please don't use this as a full consultation.
- Josemon Raju, Former Student (Class of 2003)
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