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College Counseling

College Counseling

The Right Fit College - Preparing Students in Naples, FL for College and Beyond

The college counseling process at Seacrest is a customized, student-centered journey that begins freshman year and continues on, sometimes, well past graduation. From assistance with course and activity planning to the completion of the application itself, every step of our college prep program provides the student with an opportunity for self-reflection, motivation and growth.

The college counseling staff is able to support students with personalized attention at all stages of the college search and application process, including specialized assistance for student-athletes and artists.

College Counseling sets us apart and puts our student’s goals and futures first. The college process begins in ninth grade and is individualized to each student with the goal of finding the right fit for every senior, based on academic performance, future goals, school culture, student personality, financial needs, and extracurriculars. Students and parents become sophisticated college consumers who make educated decisions when choosing the perfect fit.



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In Their Words

Voices of Seacrest Graduates

The words of our graduates truly represent their experience at Seacrest.

Queens Royals

My favorite Seacrest memory was being involved in peer mentoring and being a role model to the younger kids.

Gabe Czapla '22

Seacrest Alumni

Harrison Goldbert

What I learned from Seacrest isn't from any individual class, but from the idea of a community. Through college, sports, and career, you are always working on teams. I really learned to work together with people, which is really important in any environment.

Harrison Goldberg '22

Seacrest Alumni

Kate Talano

Seacrest taught me the importance of community. Nothing is sustainable on its own. To change the world, you have to change the way people see the world.

Kate Talano

Seacrest Alumni

The support of my coaches and teachers propelled me into NCAA Division One track at Mount St. Mary's University

Rebecca Weir '22

Seacrest Community

Sydney Richards

Seacrest Prepared me to be a leader in general. Whether at work, in the recording studio, or anywhere I go, I've noticed my leadership qualities coming through since I left Seacrest. While I was there, everyone was a leader, but when you break out into the real world, you find, I really am prepared to work with people and to be a positive influence. At Seacrest you are given the independence to try and make mistakes in the classroom; to launch projects and see what happens. You are just given the resources and support to have a safety net to fail and learn. And they give you the recognition and highlight you when you succeed.

Sydney Richards '15

Seacrest Alumni

Queens Royals
Harrison Goldbert
Kate Talano
Sydney Richards

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Begins in ninth Grade

Seacrest College Counseling

Seacrest's college counselor acts as a personal guide that works one-on-one with students to help them define their goals and map their path for future success.

Our knowledgable faculty support and educate students and parents to become sophisticated college consumers who are empowered to make choices that benefit them and take them closer to their future goals.


Our comprehensive college counseling program sets Seacrest apart. Beginning freshman year, we draw every student into the process. Each fall, college admissions representatives from some of the nation’s best colleges and universities visit our Upper School campus. Annual college tours are scheduled for each class and offer students a glimpse of colleges and universities each having distinctive programming and personality.


The college process is individualized to each student with the goal of finding the right fit for every senior, based on academic performance, future goals, school culture, student personality, financial needs and extracurriculars. Students and parents become sophisticated college consumers who make educated decisions when choosing the perfect fit.


Seacrest also offers unique opportunities for career exploration to its Upper School students through our Seacrest Experience and CareerQuest programs. During the Seacrest Experience, juniors and seniors are able to design an internship or job shadowing experience that will help them learn more about an intended major or career. CareerQuest is an annual event that brings professionals from across the region and the country onto our campus for a day of programming and interaction with our students.

Meet the Counselor

Elizabeth Frosini

College Counselor

Elizabeth Frosini joined Seacrest Country Day School as Director of College Counseling and Registrar in July 2021. Prior to the move to Naples, Florida, Elizabeth served as Associate Director of College Counseling at Wyoming Seminary (Sem) in Kingston, Pennsylvania where she worked since 2010. In her role at Wyoming Seminary, Liz served as college counselor, test coordinator, yearbook advisor, residential faculty, service day coordinator, business teacher, and more. Elizabeth worked extensively with international students and domestic students alike to familiarize them with the college admission landscape in the United States and abroad, and to develop meaningful relationships on behalf of the educational institution. Elizabeth has also held leadership roles within the industry. She served on the Executive Committee of the Pennsylvania Association for College Admission Counseling (PACAC) as the Chair of the College Fairs Committee, and fulfilled other roles within the PACAC organization. Elizabeth is a member of NACAC, SACAC, PACAC, ACCIS, NAIS, and SAIS. Elizabeth has presented at the PACAC Conference, NACAC Conference, and NAFSA Conference on various topics in college admission including high school visits, standardized testing, and most frequently, supporting international students in the college admission process. Elizabeth began her career in college admission counseling at her alma mater, The George Washington University (GWU), where she earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Business Administration.  From 2007 until 2010, Liz worked as Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admission at GWU where she coordinated the counselor fly-in program, planned yield events for admitted students, and managed recruitment and application review in Arizona, Wisconsin, Connecticut, Michigan, Ohio, and Maryland. In her free time, Liz enjoys cooking, traveling, and spending time with her family.

Elizabeth Frosini, Director of College Counseling

Elizabeth Frosini

College Corner

Whenever I travel I always try to incorporate a college visit into my trip. I don’t always sign up for an official tour and/or information session, but I take advantage of the opportunity to experience the campus in real time. 

Seacrest Country Day School has 100% college acceptance rate for the class of 2021 and the class of 2022 is on course to hit that same goal. 

Five senior athletes, Daniel DiNorica, Justin Jackson, Carmen Merkel, Rebecca Weir, and Jackson Toberman, were honored on December 8th, with a College Commitment day in our Upper School Gym. 

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