No one understands the process of getting into the nation’s most highly competitive colleges better, or has had more success, than Avalon Admission. Our proprietary admission method, developed and refined by Neil Chyten over 38 years, has proven successful for over 90% of our students, each of whom has been accepted into the Ivy League or other highly ranked colleges. So, if your goal is to gain admission into the most prestigious colleges in the US, make sure your next call is to Avalon.
At Avalon Admission only the name is new. The company itself dates back to 1984 beginning in Newton, Massachusetts, and expanding nationwide in 2007. Over that period, we have had over 3000 Ivy League acceptances and thousands more acceptances to other top college across America. Simply stated, no one knows how to get students into top-ranked colleges like Avalon Admission. Not every student is meant for the Ivy League. But if you have the right stuff, Avalon has the strategy and experience to get you in.
Our story dates back to 1984, when our founder, Neil Chyten, created College Study Seminars, continued in 2001 when he founded Chyten Educational Services, and further through 2017 when he created NC Global Education. Now, Avalon Admission combines this extreme admission expertise with state-of-the-art research and technology for an unsurpassed admission experience.
Following the Avalon Strategic Admission Plan (ASAP), Avalon Admission counselors guide students through hundreds of critical decisions beginning as early as 9th grade and continuing all the way through high school. These decisions impact literally every page of college applications, building and strengthening each and every component, adding points and credibility with colleges, and ultimately creating a portrait of a student that fits the profile top colleges look for in their applicants. Avalon provides assistance with everything including essays and recommendations, extracurricular activities including research and internships, interview prep, enhancing demonstrated interest profile, academic achievements, awards and honors, resumes and talent videos, leadership and visionary thinking, project development and implementation, as well as social justice and strategically selected individualized accomplishments.
I’ve never heard anything but very high praise and gratitude from both students and their parents.
Neil and his staff are the best counselors for getting students into top colleges. Alex was accepted by Harvard, MIT and several others because of their essay and profile positioning strategies. He had good GPA and test scores, but it takes a lot more to get into these top colleges now.
I worked for Neil Chyten for 13 years – not only was Neil, a great manager – he is a visionary – with a keen understanding of how people learn – and has designed materials and methods to help students be better students, prepare for standardized test, and navigate the college application process.
It seems like yesterday that you were helping Marjorie and Steven. Marjorie loved her time at MIT and is presently at a consulting firm in London. After Yale, Steven moved on to Manhattan where he is director at a major securities firm.
After interviewing with you, my gut feeling told me that you would be the best one for Monica and now I have to say my family made the absolute right decision.
Most importantly, my son grew in the process: what he learned about himself and who he is, and about how to set goals and organize a long complex process, was invaluable. We look forward to Neil’s support in the future when my son applies to college. We recommend Neil very highly.
Thanks so much again for your coaching and strategy. Couldn’t have done it without your help! We so fortunate to have worked with you. Sophia will be attending Milton Academy in the fall.
Looking back at the paths I’ve taken and the choices I’ve made, I can wholeheartedly count attending Williams as one of the results I am most grateful for- and you were instrumental in making it happen. From the bottom of my heart, thank you so much for all that you’ve done for me.