Daria Rockholz Consulting
School, College & Special Needs Expertise
About Daria Rockholz Consulting
“Success starts with the right strategy.”
Navigating the school and college application experience can be complicated and highly competitive, whether your child is gifted, or learning challenged or anywhere in-between.
Where does a concerned parent even begin?
Daria Rockholz Consulting is an educational advisory service that guides adolescents and young adults through the intricate and specialized application processes. Our credentialed, experienced educational and clinical specialists help students find -- and gain acceptance to -- the right educational or therapeutic program. We provide advice, guidance, and support every step of the way, to assure the best match and to present the best possible case for admission.
Our goal is the same as yours:
To make sure your child has the best opportunity to succeed.
Our Success Stories
I Got In!
Dear Dr. Rockholz – I’m now an official Georgia Tech Yellow Jacket! A big note of thanks for keeping me on track with the college application process. Your encouragement to start the process early and use my summer break to write essays (so many extra supplements – good thing we started early!) did the trick. … Read More
College My Way
Getting into college was easier than I thought – staying in was the challenging part! Back in high school I had an IEP and received support from my resource teacher, with some private math tutoring at home. My grades were decent, but I don’t think I ever realized how much help I relied on to … Read More
Managing Social Anxiety
My son, Evan, a high school junior, is very eager to pursue an engineering or computer science degree. Evan is a dedicated student who works hard and takes his studies very seriously. He has strong math skills, is a technology whiz, and wants to apply to a highly ranked engineering college. But I am concerned about … Read More
My Sober College Experience
When I left my short-term primary treatment program (the second time), my goal — besides staying sober — was to continue my college education, something I have begun several times over with varying degrees of success. While in treatment I was first advised to postpone college, to work on my abstinence and recovery above all … Read More