For our most recent results, see Results of High School Admissions Prep 2023 = $4 million in scholarships. 17 interviews to Regis High School. Our students have had over 59 interviews to Regis and $17 million in scholarships since 2015.

Below is a summary of the results of 98 students who John Zaborskis and associated tutors consistently helped prepare for the TACHS, HSPT, and/or similar high school admissions exam in individual and group lessons online. Elina, Rhyz, Jordan, Liam, Cassidy, Jasky, Adham, and others helped students entering high school in September 2022 earn over

**$3,800,000 **

## in academic scholarships to high schools in

## Manhattan, Staten Island, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, Westchester, Long Island, and New Jersey.

**This is over $12.8 million in scholarships for 8th grade students from 2015-2022.**

**Regis High School**, Manhattan – Regis High School Admissions Profile- 13 out of 24 students passed the rigorous Regis exam. A full four-year scholarship/acceptance is valued at over $25,000/year = more than $105,000 over four years each
- This is a very conservative estimate as it is arguably the best high school in the country.

**Xavier High School**, Manhattan – Xavier High School Admissions Profile- two almost full scholarships valued at about $80,000 in total over four years each*
- two Loyola Scholarships of $53,000 in total over four years each
- four Presidential scholarships worth about $36,000 over four years each*
- one scholarship worth about $28,000 over four years
- *We misinterpreted one student’s report of 9k per year as a full scholarship. Corrected 2023 but remains in graphs on this page.

**Loyola School**, Manhattan – Loyola NYC Admissions Profile- one scholarship of $35,000/year = $140,000 over 4 years

**Marymount School of New York**, Manhattan – Marymount School of New York Admissions Profile- one full scholarship of about $15,000/year = $60,000 over four years

**Convent of the Sacred Heart**, Manhattan – Convent of the Sacred Heart Admissions Profile- one full scholarship of about $15,000/year = $60,000 over four years

**Notre Dame School**, Manhattan- one scholarship of $3,000/year = $12,000 over four years

**Cathedral High School**, Manhattan- one scholarship of $12,500/year = more than $25,000 over four years

**Dominican Academy**, Manhattan- one full four-year scholarship of about $20,000/year = $80,000 over four years
- one quarter scholarship of about $5,000/year = $20,000 over four years

**St. Vincent Ferrer High School**, Manhattan- two full four-year scholarships of about $11,250/year = $45,000 over four years each

**Xaverian High School**, Brooklyn – Xaverian High School Admissions Profile- four full four-year scholarships = $12,250/year = $50,000 over four years
- one three-quarter scholarship = $51,345 over four years
- one half scholarship = $34,230 over four years
- one one-quarter scholarship = $17,115 over four years

**Fontbonne Hall Academy**, Brooklyn – Fontbonne Hall Academy Admissions Profile- one scholarship ~ $7,500/year = $30,000 over four years
- one scholarship worth $4,000/year = $16,000 over four years

**St. Edmund’s Preparatory High School**, Brooklyn- one half scholarship of $7,500 per year = $30,000 over four years**
- **Reported late in 2022 and not included in graphs on this page

**Bay Ridge Preparatory School**, Brooklyn- one scholarship worth $64,000/year = $256,000 over four years

**St. Joseph by the Sea High School**, Staten Island – St. Joseph by the Sea Admissions Profile- four full four-year scholarships = $8,820/year = more than $35,280 over four years each
- one half scholarship = more than $17,640 over four years
- one scholarship worth $3,750/year = $15,000 over four years
- two scholarships worth $3,000/year = $12,000 over four years each

**Notre Dame Academy**, Staten Island- two scholarships of $4,00/year = $16,000 over four years each

**Monsignor Farrell High School**, Staten Island – Monsignor Farrell Admissions Profile- one full four-year scholarship ~ $11,025/year = $44,100 over four years
- one half scholarship ~ $5,513/year = $22,500 over four years
- one quarter scholarship ~ $2,756/year = $11,250 over four years

**St. Peter’s Boys High School**, Staten Island- two half scholarships of about $4,750/year = $19,000 over four years each
- two quarter scholarships of about $2,375/year = $9,500 over four years each

**St. Francis Preparatory School**, Queens- one scholarship of $12,000/year = $48,000 over four years

**Chaminade High School**, Long Island- one scholarship of $3,000/year = $12,000 over four years

**Don Bosco Preparatory High School**, New Jersey- one scholarship of $12,000/year = $48,000 over four years

**Bergen Catholic High School**, New Jersey- one scholarship of $11,000/year = $44,000 over four years

**Fordham Preparatory School**, Bronx- two scholarships of $12,000/year = $48,000 over four years each
- one scholarship of $10,000/year = $40,000 over four years
- one scholarship of $7,000/year = 28,000 over four years
- one scholarship of $5,000/year = $20,000 over four years
- three scholarships of $2,500/year = $10,000 over four years each
- one scholarship of $1,250/year = $5,000 over four years

**Arch Bishop Steppinac High School**, White Plains- one scholarship of $10,500/year = $42,000 over four years
- one scholarship of $8,000/year = $32,000 over four years

**Iona Preparatory**, New Rochelle- one scholarship of $8,000/year = $32,000 over four years
- one scholarship of $5,000/year = $20,000 over four years
- one scholarship of $4,000/year = $16,000 over four years

More information about NYC high schools and exams

Tuition found on the respective school websites or TACHSinfo.com. If the listed tuition was for 2021-2022, we increased it proportionally by 5% to account for inflation. This is an underestimate in 2022.

**Most lessons were online for the past year. Our results show that our online lessons were just as effective as in-person lessons, if not more so.**

This is a sum of over 3.8 million dollars in academic scholarships. Most students made all three high schools on the TACHS and were accepted to at least their first choice. One parent told us her student did not make any schools. Many were accepted to the Honors and/or Scholars programs to schools such as Kellenberg, Archbishop Malloy, Moore Catholic High School, and many of the best schools in the NYC area above.

**About 16% of the students in the program earned over $100,000**

The average award of all 98 students was over $39,688 in scholarships over four years, which was better than previous years when all lessons were in-person. If a student received a scholarship, his or her individual average was $99,729! The median of those students was $79,380. Since the median and average are relatively close, this shows that scholarships were mostly symmetrically spread throughout the students.

39 out of the 98 students earned a scholarship over $10,000. This is about 40% of the students.

33 students earned at least $25,000 in combined scholarships. This is about 1 out of every 3 students or about 33.3%.

24 students earned at least $50,000 in combined scholarships. This is slightly less than 1 out of every 4 students or about 25%.

**16 of those students earned at least $100,000 in combined scholarships. This is about 1 out of every 6 students. About half the students who earned over $25,000 earned over $100,000!**Many students earned multiple scholarships. If they took only their largest award, they saved a combined total of over $2,545,800 or over $65,000 on average.

Investing in your student’s education will yield many times the returns over their lifetime, whether it allows them to get a better job, earn more in their career, save time at a task, or solve novel problems that make them and those around them happier. Most of my students have earned many times their (parent’s) return on investment in only 6 months to a year. I teach all lessons in a way that shows how the material will be used in the future. What students learn in 7th grade are the building blocks from which all future math, science, and other material will be built. What they learned in high school admissions lessons will pay dividends throughout their entire lives.

**John Zaborskis and associated tutors have helped students earn over $12.8 million in scholarships.**

See our past TACHS and HSPT scholarship results since 2015 here: **High School Admissions Scholarship Results**

**2015 Results – $430,000 in scholarships**

**2016 Results – $172,500 in scholarships**

**2017 Results – $1.4 million in scholarships**

**2018 Results – $1.4 million in scholarships**

**2019 Results – $1.3 million in scholarships**

**2020 Results – $1.7 million in scholarships**

**2021 Results – $2.5 million in scholarships**

For our most recent results, see Results of High School Admissions Prep 2023 = $4 million in scholarships. 17 interviews to Regis High School. Our students have had over 59 interviews to Regis and $17 million in scholarships since 2015.

Preparation for the rigorous high school entrance exams in New York such as the Test for Admission to Catholic High Schools and High School Placement Tests has already begun. Contact me to talk about how we can get the best results from your student. 6th and 7th grade is the best time to start, not only because of the impending high school entrance exams but also because grades in school in 7th grade matter heavily for entrance into most high schools. Above all, most topics in algebra, physics, chemistry, math, and calculus rely on concepts learned/mastered around 7th and 8th grade.

Slightly less than half the students who we prepared from 2018-2022 earned at least one scholarship. 117 of them earned over $10,000 in scholarships and 36 earned over $100,000 in scholarships.

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