How It Works: High School
Step 1
Discover Mentors
Get to know college students by unlocking profiles and reading their successful application materials.
Step 2
Personalized Advice
Send a chat message to college students who are similar to you. Get advice tailored to your needs.
Step 3
Find Your Fit
Build a mentor-mentee relationship. Get to know the ins and outs of your dream school from an insider.
Sample Conversations
Featured Mentors
janetzhang321
Columbia


Accepted to Columbia, Fordham, Northeastern, Binghamton

Columbia Student studying Computer Science and Political Science
somanystruggle
MIT


Accepted to MIT, GA Tech, JHU, BU

Admit to the class of 2019 at MIT, loves sports, making things, and trying something new
calc
UChicago


Accepted to UChicago, Vanderbilt, Illinois

I'm proud to be a Maroon, and am really appreciative of the opportunities I have here at the University of Chicago
spacelover17
Princeton


Accepted to Princeton, CalTech, Columbia, UPenn, Amherst, BU, Case, Ohio State, UMich

I am a former Princeton undergraduate who majored in physics.
chmo
Stanford


Accepted to Stanford, Cornell, Harvey Mudd, Cambridge, CMU, UMich, UCLA

I love robots and languages! Feel free to ask me for any advice.
LorLop
CMU


Accepted to CMU, RPI, Stevens, New Jersey IT

Carnegie Mellon University Computer Engineering Student
jzee
USC


Accepted to USC, Washington, UCSD

One of 22 students studying arts, technology, and business in the selective Iovine and Young Academy at USC!
zhess
UCLA


Accepted to UCLA, UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UCSB, UCSD, Washington, Cal Poly

Learning always - in and out of the classroom
sosostris
MIT


Accepted to MIT, CalTech, UChicago, UC Berkeley, UCLA

Astronomy major minoring in linguistics with a love for literature. I'll gladly edit essays, give advice on whole process and answer questions about college life here!