What Education means to me has a great deal to do with relationships. When I look back at the influential people that have taught, guided, and nurtured my learning, the process began early. The teachers, coaches, colleagues, supervisors and peers possessed a joy and passion not only for their craft, but more importantly for those each invited into their craft. Read more
Education unlocks your child’s potential
It’s never too early to begin planning your child’s education. Regardless of age, your child will benefit from McMillan Education’s expertise in all levels and types of education and their specialized knowledge of children, adolescents, and young adults.
Searching for the right independent day or boarding school where your child will thrive can be a daunting task. We develop meaningful, long-term relationships with families like yours to explore a range of educational settings until together we discover the right school fit for your child.
Your child deserves a successful and personally fulfilling college search experience. With the whirlwind of disinformation and the external pressures circulating around your child, the promise of a de-stressed, well-informed college process that produces results may seem impossible. It’s well within your reach with our seasoned and caring college counselors.
We understand that the decision to pursue a graduate degree is a life-changing choice that should provide the foundation for your future vocational success and personal fulfillment. Learn more about how we can help you reach your goals.
Who We Are
McMillan Education is Boston’s foremost independent educational consultancy. For more than sixty years, we have helped families worldwide with independent boarding and day school, college, crisis planning and graduate program planning.
We provide our students and families with an online collection of helpful, practical information that allows families to educate themselves at their own pace while simultaneously expecting timely guidance by their counselor.
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What we saw in 2020: We saw in 2020 COVID-19’s impact on student’s emotional wellbeing and related academic success, simply put, falling into two buckets. For many, especially for those most vulnerable and already working to manage the challenges of learning differences and mental health challenges, required online learning and isolation exacerbated their struggles to the point of requiring a higher level of care and intervention. For others, COVID-19 has allowed them to stay home, in a safe environment, free from the daily social and academic stressors of school life that have been the cause of their distress.Read more