Helping New York Parents with Competitive School Admissions

and all Education-Related Concerns

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By Elizabeth Darwen.

Education experts Jennifer Brozost and Vimmi Shroff of PEAS have experienced both ends of the private school admissions process, both as admissions officers at top New York City private schools and as mothers of children within the private school system.

Jennifer and Vimmi are highly-qualified to help with any education-related concerns parents may have, ranging from issues with academic performance to social interactions. Both Jennifer and Vimmi are well versed in the topic of education, possessing master’s degrees in Education from Columbia University’s Teachers College and from NYU, respectively.

They have over 20 years of in the education system as teachers and private school admissions counselors, knowledge which they use to both help families write admissions essays and figure out the best learning style for their child. Parents go to NY PEAS to receive real-world advice from genuine experts. As co-founders of the NY PEAS, they help hundreds of parents and international families each year navigate the competitive and notoriously nerve-wrecking world of private school admissions. They offer warm, caring service coupled with an active, hands-on approach required to get children into the very best private schools—a step which is crucial to give children the head start they need for future Ivy League opportunities.

The NY PEAS’ comprehensive admissions season package includes child evaluation, revisions for application essays, review of applications, interpretation of ERB scores, school tour do’s and don’ts, and much more. For international clients moving to New York City for the first time, they offer a Relocation Package, specifically geared to this situation.

In addition to assisting parents, the NY PEAS team regularly contributes to various publications including The Huffington Post, and co-authored the book, The NYC Private School Admissions Handbook—which printed its second edition in May and is available on Amazon.

For more information:
www.nypeas.com

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