Accepting applications for 9th and 10th graders. Limited availability for 11th graders.

For overwhelmed parents of college-bound students who have more questions than answers…

How Does Your Student “Stack Up” Against Everyone Else Across the Rarely-Disclosed, Multiple Areas Evaluated by Admission Officers?


Can you qualify for merit scholarships, financial aid or other sources of college funding?

The Competitive Analysis and Positioning (CAP) Report is a "blueprint" that analyzes the strengths and weaknesses of your child's and your family’s specific academic, extracurricular, financial and other factors, and contains actionable recommendations for maximizing your success in the college admissions and finance process

"Winging it" is never a recipe for success.

Neither is depending on hope.

And while I just described how most parents and students stumble through the college admissions and financial aid process, there is a way to give your child a distinct advantage over his or her competitors.

When you know more, you can make better decisions that lead to better outcomes, such as your child getting into the college he or she’s dreaming of…

…and your ability to comfortably afford tuition without sacrificing your current lifestyle or going into hock with high fee, high (and rising) interest rate education debt!

The CAP Report is a written, easy-to-follow "blueprint" document containing specific strategies and recommendations based on your family’s unique situation, goals and other factors. 

It is designed to help you get on the right path to success in college admission, financial aid and life.

The process takes into account your student’s grade point average, rigor of coursework, standardized testing (if known), extracurricular activities in school and out of school, as well as parent income, savings and other financial considerations that go into a college’s determination of how they award merit and need-based financial aid.  

The Report offers strategic and objective insight into how your student “stacks up” to his or her competition across the multiple (up to 20-25 factors) that admissions officers evaluate...

...even the "closely-guarded," rarely discussed in public, non-politically correct ones!

Finally, it highlights specific recommendations to address any deficiencies or opportunities to optimize how your child is positioned for college admissions, as well as to cut the insanely high cost of college.


WARNING:  Not for the thin-skinned or delusional


I hate to say it, but SOME parents have an inflated, borderline irrational opinion of how great their kids are.

You don't know anyone like that, right?

The CAP Report is blunt.  Objective.  Not based on emotion or feeling.  

It's for families who want actionable strategies based on REALITY, derived from 20+ years experience guiding students one-on-one into Harvard, Yale, Princeton, MIT, Duke, Notre Dame, Michigan, Northeastern and scores of other competitive colleges.

It's NOT for anyone who wants to hear, "Yes, I know Reginald has a 91 average and a 1130 SAT, but he's got a good shot at Penn if he writes a clever essay!"

If you want smoke blown up your patootie, you should NOT sign up for the Blueprint.


Here's what happens after you say "Yes" to the CAP Report


After you enroll, this is how it works:

  • You provide academic and financial information for us to review at least 48 hours before your meeting (you’ll get a list of items after you enroll).
  • You (parents and student) meet with Andy Lockwood personally, for approximately 45 minutes, to go over the information, describe your goals and get all of your questions answered.  Andy will likely have many questions for you too. (Zoom or in-office)
  • A few days after the meeting, Andy will deliver a brief, straightforward and actionable Report with specific strategies and recommendations to help you accomplish your stated goals.

At that point, one of three things happen:

  1. You take the Report as a standalone document and use it to implement its strategies on your own, as a do-it-yourselfer, or some other way. The information in the Report alone will offer a unique competitive advantage to your student and your family.
  2. The Report serves as a guiding document for a college advising engagement with Lockwood College Prep to help you implement its strategies, and hold your child accountable throughout the process (fee credited toward future programs, if you upgrade within 30 days and we mutually agree to work together).
  3. You decide that the Report was not helpful and we refund 100% of your money (and you can it anyway).

The investment for the CAP Report  is $749. Due to the one-on-one nature of this process, capacity is limited and we reserve the right to stop offering it at anytime, without notice.

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