Scott Prince is the former Director of College Counseling at two prominent independent day schools, Louisville Collegiate (Kentucky) and Kent Denver (Colorado). He brings more than 25 years experience as an independent school teacher, coach, administrator, and college counselor to his private practice.
A graduate of Davidson College (B.A. in History) and the University of Pennsylvania (M.S.Ed. in Higher Education Administration), Scott began his independent school career as a history instructor, coach, and Assistant Athletic Director at The Culver Academies (Indiana). As a graduate student, he worked in admissions at the University of Pennsylvania, before accepting a teaching appointment at The Columbus Academy (Ohio), where he later served as Director of the Upper School and supervised the College Counseling office through its expansion from a single counselor to two counselors.
After serving as Director of the Upper School and Co-Director of College Counseling at Kent Denver, Scott joined Louisville Collegiate in 2005 as its Assistant Head of School and Director of College Counseling, before leading the school as its 12th Headmaster from 2007-2013. While Headmaster, he remained engaged with the college program by counseling students, writing recommendations, and supervising the expansion of the College Counseling program to accommodate enrollment growth.
Molly Prince is the former Director of College Counseling at Louisville Collegiate School. She brings more than 30 years of experience as an independent school teacher, coach, administrator, and college counselor to her private practice.
A graduate of The University of Virginia (B.A. in International Relations and Economics) and the University of Minnesota – Manketo (M.S.Ed. in Educational Leadership), Molly began her independent school career as a math instructor and cross-country coach at The Columbus Academy (Ohio). At Louisville Collegiate School, Molly served as a math instructor, cross-country coach, Math Department Chair, Dean of Students, and Director of College Counseling
Molly resides in the Highlands with her husband, Scott, and their three college-aged children.