My Action Plan for College

Helping students and families to create a personalized action plan for college.

My Action Plan for College empowers students to design and implement their own "Personalized Action Plan."  We maintain a student-centered focus that effectively addresses the needs of each learner.  Support features include: academic readiness, guidance about course selection, developing a suitable list of prospective colleges, test-preparation sessions, application support for both admissions and financial aid opportunities.  We also offer workshops covering many pertinent educational topics.

Test Preparation & College Planning Articulation (RSVP 3 days in advance; times "Eastern")

Saturday, January 22nd @ 9 am, Class of 2023 Online Workshop: focus on specific test-preparation strategies that apply to either the SAT or the ACT.

Enrollment opportunities:

Creating a Personalized Action Plan for College: we work collaboratively to develop each student's improved academic readiness, study skills, time management, test preparation, college planning, application support and financial aid opportunities.  Open to local, national and international students.

Class of 2024: 5 spots open to create a personalized action plan

Class of 20257 spots open to create a personalized action plan

Scholar News: incorporates a variety of skill-building learning activities to improve verbal, grammar and mathematical skills; includes monthly newsletters & grade-specific timelines for academic readiness, test prep & college planning; open for students, schools, PTO/PTA 

"Scholar News" = open for students in the Classes of 2024 through 2027.  Send me an e-mail me to sign up!


  • We have a proven track record of experience working with a wide variety of students since 1995.

Ernest Minelli, Founder, My Action Plan for College

B.A., magna cum laude, History, Harvard College, 1995
M.A., Educational Administration and Policy Analysis, Stanford University, 2000
26-Year Educator with extensive experience teaching and counseling students