What We Do

We help students build their college list, perfect their essays, raise their SAT scores, and maximize financial aid all within three months in order to be admitted into selective colleges.


Discover your major

Visit colleges and network with representatives

Improve your SAT or ACT score

Track application requirements, deadlines, & milestones

Sell Yourself

Research personal and supplemental essay prompts

Frame yourself properly

Highlight your unique strengths

Tell your story

Zero Debt

Learn sources of aid

Find scholarships

Apply for aid

Understand financial aid offers


Professional School Counseling

J. Sterling Morton West High School (IL)

  • College & Career Counselor
  • School Counseling Coordinator
  • 90% minority enrollment

Naperville Central High School (IL)

  • 5 years of experience on a team of 12 counselors
  • 99% graduation rate and 98% college attendance rate

Hume-Fogg Academic Magnet High School (TN)

  • Ranked #1 in TN and top 50 in the U.S.
  • 99% graduation and college attendance rates



University of Illinois at Chicago • Chicago, IL

  • M.Ed. in Measurement, Evaluation, Statistics, and Analysis (in progress)
  • Certificate in Educational Research Methodology (2020)

Vanderbilt University • Nashville, TN

  • M.Ed. in Human Development Counseling, School Track (2011)

University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) • Los Angeles, CA

  • B.A. in Psychology (2007)


Professional Memberships

American School Counselor Association (ASCA)

Illinois School Counselor Association (ISCA)

National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC)



Saratoga, CA (San Francisco Bay Area)




Jason’s Story

Welcome to Post HS; it’s my pleasure to meet you.

One of my earliest memories in life was my father instructing me that attending college was non-negotiable. I believe I was three years old at the time. In my youth, I wore Stanford everything.

While I never particularly enjoyed school, I recognized that education would be the greatest door-opener in my life. With a quality education, I believed I had a better chance of accessing all the world had to offer.

Access to post high school education was a barrier for both of my parents. Neither finished a bachelor’s degree. My father joined the U.S. Air Force to acquire his technical background, and my mother became a flight attendant. Though my father much later in life was fortunate to attend business school at Harvard, his path into Silicon Valley was not linear.

I became a school counselor so that today’s students, especially those from diverse backgrounds, may have access to the wealth of opportunities that I always did. My education allowed me to do exactly what I wanted throughout adulthood. Currently, I love my not-so-glamorous dream job, record collection, sports season tickets, electric car, bass guitar, skis, passport full of world travel stamps, and sweetest girlfriend.

After launching Post HS, my remaining long-term goal is to eventually earn a Ph.D. and conduct research around closing the educational achievement gap. I envision an equitable future in which external educational services such as Post HS are no longer necessary.

The Booker Family

Joe (father); Carolyn (mother);
Jason (son 1, right); Joel (son 2, center)