Irene Frazier- has a Bachelor's degree in English from UC Berkeley and a Masters degree in curriculum and instruction from CSUS. She taught at Nevada Union High School for 32 years and has coached students in writing for 35 years.  She stays up-to-date through reading, frequently attending webinars, and paying attention to her friend Jill Haley. 


Essay assistance


​​Our essay coach helps students find their stories and provides feedback on personal statements and essays for college applications and scholarships.

















Jill Haley, MSW, PPS has worked in college admissions for more than twenty years in both the high school and private sector. Jill maintains strong professional relationships, and regularly visits colleges, and universities. She is a member of Higher Educational Consultants Association (HECA) and the Western Association of College Admissions Counselors (WACAC).
Jill also writes a monthly column in the Union Newspaper on college admissions.

Professional Team

Member of HECA and WACAC

What We Do

Our Goal

Our goal is to simplify the college search, application and financial aid process while finding the right fit for each student. We do this through personalized instruction, working hand-in-hand with students and their parents. 

​                     ​Advantage College Counseling

          College search and application guidance for high school students and their families.

                       WE offer a calm, professional approach to the college application process.


 

Advantage College Counseling believes that every student deserves to find the right college.  

Jill Haley/Independent College Counselor          Irene Frazier/Essay Coach
jillncca@gmail.com      530-277-5365                   fraziernu@yahoo.com   530-9132920



•  Help students explore college options and affordability through targeted surveys

•  Create a college list that is right and fits each family's needs 

•  Guide ​students through the application process

•  Discover the best financial fit and instruct parents on the financial aid process