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The Hermiona team has been through it all before: from standardized tests to college applications. Each member of our team has achieved academic success and knows just how to help others do the same.


Hermiona offers a wide range of services to help students gain admission to their dream summer program, boarding school, or university of their dreams. These include essay help, interview coaching, standardized test prep, individual subject tutoring, personal campus tours, and more. Our students come from all backgrounds and have a 100% placement rate at some of the most prestigious programs in the United States. Our students spend their school years at Boston College and Georgia Tech and their summers at Brown, Harvard, and Yale.

We can’t wait to work with you and your student in order to achieve their full potential!


General strategy

We create customized “road maps” for each student to identify an individualized strategy for helping them stay on track to reach their goals.



The first step is knowing where students can improve, which is why Hermiona offers diagnostic testing in order to identify their strengths and weaknesses.


Academic coaching

Hermiona offers academic support in a variety of areas, including the TOEFL, ACT, SAT, SAT Subject, and AP tests, as well as in many school subjects.


Summer programs

The number of programs may be vast and the application process may be complicated, but the Hermiona team helps students and families navigate every step of the way.


Boarding schools

We believe that academic success comes from a meaningful, rigorous education, which American private schools offer.



We know that the process of applying to and attending a U.S. college can be confusing and intimidating, and that’s why our step-by-step approach is customized to every student’s needs.


Campus tours

Our consultants can be found at most top schools across the country, and regularly give tours to families who visit.


Career advice

Getting into college is just the beginning. Succeeding in college and in your career — that’s the hard part.

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