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At Command Education, we utilize emotional intelligence to spark curiosity and genuine enthusiasm towards a constructive passion that will form the critical building block of our students’ futures.
How we help you
Ivy League Admissions
Command Education focuses primarily on helping students gain admission into elite universities around the world. Our company is run and operated by recent Ivy League and top university graduates, who are better able to connect with high school students and ascertain the unique individual characteristics that will help them gain admission into their dream school. With our consultants’ firsthand experience of what exactly it takes to be an Ivy League-caliber applicant, we have successfully assisted students gain admission to: Yale, Harvard, Princeton, Stanford, MIT, Dartmouth, Brown, Amherst, and University of Pennsylvania.
Passion + Experience = Results
At Command Education, we strive to spark curiosity and genuine enthusiasm towards a constructive passion that will form the critical building block of our students’ college applications.
At our core, we are driven by the belief that social and emotional learning (SEL) and emotional intelligence are critical and directly correlated to a student’s success. Ivy League and top colleges around the world are not only looking for students with high GPA’s and standardized test scores, but also students who have a developed passion or genuine interest in a particular field or subject. We noticed that in such negatively perceived school climates, students do not have the opportunity nor the support system to explore their true passions.
Headquartered in New York City with satellite offices in Seoul, Chicago, and Los Angeles, Command Education Group uses social and emotional learning (SEL) to mentor students all around the world to help them navigate the college application process.
“[College Application and Essay] camp improved my writing immensely; I learned how to make my essays personal and succinct without cutting out the rich details. This is a valuable skill that helped me master the college essay and application.”