Jean Marie Buckley’s presentation (A Perspective on School Admissions in 2020) was highly anticipated at the 2019 San Francisco Education Fair last weekend!
What a fantastic turn out at the San Francisco High School of the Arts!
East Bay Independent Schools Association (EBISA) invites parents o of 4th and 5th graders to attend:
Middle School Information Night
Wednesday, October 2, 6:30-8:00 pm
Feeling confused and overwhelmed in thinking about middle school? Lisa Kraft of Buckley Education Group will help you get a handle on a complicated process and discover a “best fit” for your family. You will learn to discover your priorities around your middle schooler’s education and think about your child’s unique needs.
Start your search focused and ready!
This event is FREE and open to the public, but space is limited.
Reserve your seat today !
The 2019 San Francisco Education Fair will provide an opportunity for students and parents to educate themselves about their private education options in San Francisco. Students and families will also have access to leading authorities and practitioners in areas related to the college admission and enrollment process.
Engage with top-rated private and independent K-12 schools and meet face-to-face with school admission officials.
The Educational Fair is open to families with children from all grade levels, from preschool to high school. The Education Fair is designed to reach out to these prospective students and their families and show them their options for elementary schools, secondary schools, and private colleges. To ensure accessibility to families with young children, we will provide a play place with a jumper slide (bounce house) for children 12 and under to play in.
The event will feature keynote seminars from leading educational experts and college admissions officers from top universities. These seminars will help families understand more about the differences between private schools and their other options. Attendees will learn more about the realities of the college admissions process today, and how to best prepare their children for college in each stage of their lives.
There will be workshops for parents on issues that include bullying prevention, adolescent development, and healthy technology use for children. Workshops will be available to middle and high school students as well, and will include the following topics: applying for financial aid and scholarships, and building a strong portfolio for college admission.
A Perspective on School Admissions in 2020
Jean Marie Buckley, M.Ed, MPA, PPS (CA)
Location: 970 Page St, San Francisco, CA 94117
Admissions is free with registration. Register at:
Lisa Kraft, MS, PPS, CEP set out to San Francisco yesterday to visit Lick-Wilmerding High School! She enjoyed meeting so many members of the staff and getting the opportunity to view the students in their collaborative environment. At Buckley Education, we pride ourselves in continual professional development and gaining first hand knowledge about the school options in the Bay Area.
Thank you LWHS for such a wonderful visit!
To learn more about LWHS and other high schools throughout the Bay Area, give us a call!
The University of California, Merced, will continue to accept admission applications for the Spring 2020 semester through Aug. 31, 2019.
If students have already started a Winter/Spring UC application, they can log back in to the one they’ve already begun and complete it.
New applicants can visit admissions.ucmerced.edu/transfer/apply for more information and to start their application.
Feel free to contact us with questions. 650.401.6140
August 1st is fast approaching…a new year for SSAT Flex testing! A student is able to take one Flex test each year (August 1-July 31). A SSAT Flex test is one taken on any day other than a standard test date. We offer a comfortable, small testing environment that is a welcomed change from the large classroom testing environment. We also are an authorized ISEE test center.
Call 650.401.6140 for more information and visit: https://buckleyedgroup.com/ssat-isee
Nestled in the Oakland Hills, Head Royce School was established in 1887 and has since evolved into a full scale K-12 campus dedicated to inspiring lifelong learning. The rich history and traditions from its origins are felt within each aspect of the school… from project-based learning, to fostering social emotional development, to building community.
Thank you to our colleagues at Head Royce for hosting an outstanding visit for our Educational Counselor, Lisa Kraft.
Today we welcomed Alex Diaz, Admissions Coordinator from the CIP (College Internship Program) Center in Berkeley, to our Buckley Education offices. We so enjoyed learning more about the program as we at Buckley Ed work with ALL students on their educational journey.
Founded in 1984, CIP is celebrating its 35th Anniversary this year. CIP is one of the most comprehensive programs for assisting young adults with autism and learning differences to succeed in college, employment, and independent living. Our mission is to inspire independence and expand the foundation on which neurodiverse young adults can build happy and productive lives.
Learn more here:
Thank you to these 5 wonderful higher education institutions for hosting my colleagues and me during last week’s RMACAC tour for counselors: Colorado College, University of Colorado Colorado Springs, St. John’s College, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technologyand The University of New Mexico. What amazing opportunities for students to consider… and many are part of the Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE), offering reduced tuition.