What We Do
At Wright Educational Consulting, we provide a full range of placement support for clients considering traditional school and college placement. Additionally, we have experience placing clients with learning disabilities and related disorders as well as those families requiring therapeutic programs or boarding schools. We work with international students/clients who live outside of the United States (or who are currently attending school in the United States) who are applying to American schools (boarding and day) and colleges. We also offer Executive Function (EF) Coaching support for children, adolescents, and college-age students.
When necessary, we have experience in referring to outside agencies and licensed mental health specialists. Let our knowledge, integrity, and patience provide you with an excellent outcome for your child. We meet with our clients at our office, at a mutually agreed upon location, or via Skype or through phone support when working with those who are not within travel distance.
Many of our clients benefit from services which we do not directly provide, including
standardized test preparation/review, subject tutoring, and formalized psychological assessments and testing. We are more than happy to make recommendations
for clients who are looking for proper matches for their needs.
Peter R. Wright is a passionate veteran educator, coach, and fitness trainer. Wright has experience teaching at independent boarding, private day, parochial, and public schools. He is a Certified Educational Planner (CEP) and holds both Florida and Massachusetts state teaching certifications in School Counseling and in the humanities. Wright also serves as Consulting Director of School and College Placement at Quantum Prep, a tutoring and standardized test preparation company located in North Andover, Massachusetts. Professionally, Wright has been partnered with the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) for over a decade. He coordinates NEH teacher Institutes and Seminars at Boston University and the University of Virginia.
Wright, his wife Lisa, and their four rescue dogs live locally on the South Shore of Boston, Massachusetts. They support the adoption and training of dogs through various rescue organizations throughout the United States.