Company: NYC Admissions Solutions
NYC Admissions Solutions helps families, schools, and other organizations navigate K-college public and private school admissions. Our team of admissions experts have decades of experience counseling families and schools through the admissions process, both within schools and in private practice. Maurice Frumkin is former Deputy Executive Director of High School Enrollment with the New York City Department of Education, where he trained directly with the pioneers of the largest school choice process in the nation – the NYC high school admissions process. Maurice is also former middle and high school admissions officer with a top NYC independent school, and he ran award-winning afterschool programs in New Jersey public schools. For nearly 20 years, Maurice has served in a variety of roles in public and private schools, taught middle school students, coached middle school baseball, and volunteered with organizations like Junior Achievement and New York Cares. Maurice has a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Pennsylvania, and an MBA from New York University’s Leonard N. Stern School of Business.
NYC Admissions Solutions (NYCAS) helps families secure a K-college school of choice by providing personalized, affordable and accurate expertise.
Our Founder, Maurice Frumkin, has worked with hundreds of NYC families, has trained hundreds of school guidance counselors, and has reviewed thousands of school applications.
A former NYC Department of Education official, he has extensive firsthand knowledge of the NYC high school admissions process — including admissions to the elite NYC specialized high schools requiring the SHSAT (Stuyvesant, Bronx Science, Brooklyn Tech, etc.).
School admissions, college admissions, high school admissions, high school application, SHSAT, NYC schools, school search, middle school admissions, private school admissions, top public schools, selective public schools, school search help
Business Catergory: Students
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