Holly M. Asposto 
Member since May 29, 2013

Selective College Acceptance Counseling Holly M. Asposto, Ed. M. Independent College Counselor Holly is a seasoned educational leader with over 15 years' experience as a high school principal, guidance counselor, and teacher. She taught literature and composition at the college level for five years and is an award-winning locally published author. Holly holds Masters Degrees in Marketing and Educational Leadership. She is a certified School Administrator/Supervisor and holds Secondary Teaching Certificates in 7-12 English and Social Studies. Dozens of Rochester-area students have submitted successful applications to America's Top 50 Colleges with Holly's guidance. In the past four years, her students have been admitted to: • Cornell University • University of Southern California • UC Berkeley • University of Rochester • Rochester Institute of Technology • Notre Dame • Boston University • United States Military Academy Holly has counseled a diversity of exceptional students including; international students, scholar athletes, peer leaders, musicians, fine artists and civic-minded students. Almost half of her students received full scholarships to their college of choice.

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Re: “The riots' aftermath: 50 years and counting

In response to last week's article on the 1964 riots, I'd like to pick up and run with the idea of countywide magnet schools. I happen to have experience as a founding administrator of a district sponsored charter school in AZ and have raised over $2 million in grants for schools during the course of my career. I would like to pull together a planning committee of interested individuals, government officials, businesses, churches, and community organizations. My idea would be to pen a school geared at helping students gain entrance to highly-selective colleges. This I believe reaches across race and class as tier one schools operate need=blind admissions and are accessible to all students who demonstrate ability regardless of demographics. Contact me if you would be interested in attending an information session to discuss working together. Let's stop talking about the segregation in our community and DO something about it!
http://www.rochestercitynewspaper.com/roch…

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Posted by Holly M. Asposto on 07/23/2014 at 3:59 AM

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