College Admissions Counseling for 2014-15 SVGS Students

The entire college admissions process can be overwhelming.  SVGS provides an opportunity for students and parents to receive additional support  by making college counseling  resources available.  We are extremely fortunate to have Mr. Russ Ingersoll.  Mr. Ingersoll retired from Fishburne with over 30 years of experience in student counseling and has been working as a college counselor in the area since 2011.  Mr. Ingersoll will be at SVGS on the dates listed below.


September 8, 2014 – SENIOR PARENT MEETING for Presentation: “The College Application Process” @ 6:30 p.m.

January 26, 2015 – JUNIOR PARENT MEETING for Presentation: “The College Admissions Process” @ 6:30 p.m.

(SNOW DATE for JUNIOR Parent meeting is February 2.)



Sept. 17 (Priority is given to students applying early action/decision!)

Sept. 25 (Priority is given to students applying early action/decision!)

Oct. 1

Oct. 20

Nov. 12

Nov. 20



Feb. 11

Feb. 19

Mar. 4

Mar. 12

Mar. 18


If students and/or your parents would like to meet with Mr. Ingersoll, please contact Mrs. Conner and sign-up as soon as possible.   Appointments are scheduled for 20 minutes beginning at 8:00 am until 11:00 am.

For each appointment, you need to:

be on time

– bring the following items with you to the meeting

                                * unofficial copy of your transcript

                                * copy of your test scores

                                * personal resume

-be prepared with questions

Please contact Lee Ann Whitesell,, if you have questions.  I encourage you to take advantage of this resource to assist you in decision making, organization and working through this process.

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