Reasons why our customers choose Fastrack

Financial Savings

The average cost of attendance for a student living on campus:
- Public 4-year in-state institution is $25,707 per year or $102,828 over 4 years.
- Out-of-state students pay $44,014 per year or $176,056 over 4 years.
- Private university students pay $54,501 per year or $218,004 over 4 years

We can reduce your time to graduation by two years or more, amounting to (see below) in savings.
$51,414 (Public In-State Institution)
$88,0248 (Public Out-of-State Institution)
$109,002 (Private Institution)
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Time Savings

We can save your over 2 years of time on completing your bachelors degree. Imagine the things you could accomplish if you were 2 years ahead of your peers.

Starting a business
Travelling the world
Spending time with loved ones
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Freedom

By finishing your college degree early, you put yourself in a position to unlock time, location, and financial freedom. With our guidance, you no longer have to stress about the academic planning process, and can instead focus on what excites you.

-Time
-Location
-Financial
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Graduate with a bachelor's degree in under 2 years

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Dual Credit Enrollment

With proper planning, you can complete over 1 year of college, before you even graduate high school.

Accelerated Programs

These opportunities allow you to customize your college experience, save money, and reach your academic goals quicker

Online courses

Enrolling in an online program gives you time and location freedom, allowing you to explore whatever interests you, whenever you want.

Summer Courses

By maximizing your summer breaks and taking advantage of the educational opportunities available, you can significantly reduce the time it takes to earn your bachelor's degree

Understanding Transfer Credits

By understanding the transfer process, researching articulation agreements, and working closely with academic advisors, you can maximize your credit transfers and accelerate your college education

Avoiding Burnout

Maintaining balance will help you enjoy a well-rounded college experience, reduce stress, and set the foundation for long-term success.

About Fastrack and our discord community

We teach students in 9-12th grade how they can earn their bachelor's degrees in two years instead of four through dual credit classes and optimized high school course scheduling. These students and their parents save an average of $70,000 throughout the process, and are able to begin earning money with a degree two years sooner than their peers. We just launched a prolific Discord community for parents and students to discuss the college planning process with other like-minded individuals. Our founders who have designed and followed this approach host weekly Q&As within the discord. By joining the Discord group, you also get access to our expertly crafted step-by-step college planning guide, which gives you the tools and information you need to save time and money by creating an optimized schedule on your own, allowing your child to earn their bachelors in two years and save $70,000+. We provide an alternative approach to the poor advice that is being pushed by expensive consultants and high school counselors that are lacking updated information. Click the button above to join the community. $10/month, cancel anytime.

$70,000+

Average Potential Savings
(Based on Education Data Initiative)
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See what one of our clients had to say about Fastrack below

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PDF GUIDE

My Story
Dual Credit Info
Schlorship Info
Time Management Strategies
Planting The Seed
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STEP-BY-STEP-GUIDE

In depth guide: How I graduated with a bachelors degree in C.S (3.6 GPA) in under 2 years
My Suggestions
Tools and Resources
Mistakes to Avoid
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PERSONALIZED STEP-BY-STEP-GUIDE

Everything from previous tier
Information tailored to your state's high school system and your desired college degree program
Access to Private Discord Q/A
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Discord Group Features

Community of like minded parents & students discussing college planning and strategies for saving time and money.
Ability to converse with and receive guidance from experts in the field regarding your specific situation and opportunities to get your specific questions answered.
Weekly question and answer sessions with the founders of Fastrack.
Access to our step-by-step college planning guide, which gives you the tools and information you need to save two years and $70,000+ by creating an optimized schedule on your own.
An alternative approach to the poor advice that is being pushed by HS counselors and expensive consultants that are lacking updated information. Our group and guide provides up to date, relevant, logical, actionable, and easy to follow guidance that isn't driven or funded by any agenda besides helping you save money and succeed. Our business thrives if we deliver you results.
Entry to our monthly raffle where we will select 3 members to receive free access to our Done-For-You College Planning Service (Valued at $10,000).
Join the discord community ($10)

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Why should I pay for the guide and group access instead of trying to do this all on my own?

You can do this without guidance, but a perfectly optimized plan can make a difference of tens of thousands of dollars and more semesters saved. For example, our founder saved around $50k when he created his own college plan, but knowing what we know now, he could have saved $15k more. Our college planning guide will save you time researching this topic and give you the peace of mind that you’re doing it right. You will not find this level of experience or attention to detail anywhere else, especially for the cheap introductory price of $10/month.

Can I cancel my subscription to the group after I read the guide? Is there a minimum term?

Yes, you may cancel at any time. You are not obligated to stay in the group for any amount of time, though we strive to provide as much value as possible within the group to incentivise you to stay involved. If you join, please be vocal about how we can serve you. There is no minimum term.

How do I manage my subscription?

Your subscription will be handled through the Whop platform, which is what you will use to initially pay and join the Discord. Their platform is quite easy to navigate, and there is more information on subscription management within the Discord.

Will members of the Fastrack team be active to answers questions in the discord?

Yes, our founder Andrew and other members of the team will be active in the community answering questions and providing guidance..

I am a parent who homeschools my children, would this guide and the discord community be a good fit for me?

Yes! This community is an excellent resource for parents who homeschool their children.

I have a question about the group that I'd like answered before I join, How can I get an answer?

Please click the contact button in the footer and send us an email with any questions or concerns. If you have a college planning question you would like answered, you'll need to join the Discord.

I want to invite my friends, is there any incentive for me to help grow the discord community?

Yes, we have a referral system incentivizing you to invite your friends to join the Discord community. For every person you refer who follows through and joins the Discord, you will receive $5.

Why Fastrack matters

Corrupt 12 figure industry

In 2019–20, total revenues at degree-granting postsecondary institutions in the United States were $695 billion

Unprecedented Increase in the cost of Education

Between 2009–10 and 2019–20, revenues from tuition and fees per full time student increased by 29% at public institutions

Increasing debt

A startling 40% of college students in the U.S. leave school with debt of $25,000 or more. This can be alleviated by taking advantage of dual enrollment programs in high school, which offer college credits at a significantly reduced cost or even for free.

A growing need for change

Nearly 70% of college students in the United States graduate with significant student debt, with the average borrower in the class of 2021 owing around $30,000.
Statistics taken directly from The Department of Education | National Center for Education Statistics. The information can be found at: https://nces.ed.gov