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Prospective Trailblazers

Unlike larger college consulting companies whom wish to take any and all students. We only work with a select number of students each year based on the capacity of our coaches as well as the students’ academic promise and the support of their parents.

Academic Promise
Academic Promise
Academic Promise
As outlined in our 360° college consulting program, a record of academic achievement is a prerequisite into a top institution. Accordingly, this is the foundational criteria we use at GTT to admit students into our program.
If you are already a stellar student then that makes this phase of the evaluation process a lot easier.
But if you have had a rough time thus far you will need to convince the team at GTT that you have the motivation necessary to turn things around and that you will follow the instruction provided.
Passion
Passion
Passion
Trailblazers are people who have come into contact with a cause they wish to champion, an industry they wish to lead, a skill they wish to hone, or a vision they wish to manifest. All GTT students must have one or more interest they are passionate about exploring. This could be a passion in an academic subject or a profound interest in an extracurricular activity; either way you must have a passion in something.
We are not here to just tell you what we believe an admissions officer wants to hear but we are here to help you hone your interests and watch them blossom.
GRIT
GRIT
GRIT
Getting into a top academic institution is not for the faint of heart. It requires hard work and commitment to excellence in the face of adversity. That means when things are not going so well at school or at home, you are able to pick yourself up and see your goals through to completion.
Leadership Skills
Leadership Skills
Leadership Skills
Some of the most prominent people in medicine, business, politics, and the arts walked through the halls of the top institutions around the globe. Irrespective of their area of interest, one thing they all have in common is vision, a future-oriented mindset. Although you may be in elementary, middle or high school we want students who understand that the skills we are developing in them at this young age will be helpful in college and beyond.