November 5: College Counseling for the Class of 2022

We will assign your son his college counselor in December and provide him and you access to Scoir, our platform for managing our students’ application process. We will start our individual meetings in January.


Although the pandemic has disrupted testing policies, we understand that many students want the option to take standardized tests if their scores might bolster their applications, if athletic recruiting will require them, or if they will help in applying for merit scholarships. Since we will not be in session when we usually recommend 11th graders take the test, 11th grade students who have not already done so should plan to take the ACT on December 12th and the SAT on December 5th at home in order to learn which test platform reflects their abilities better and to establish a testing baseline.

This information will be important to help us develop a testing plan for each student when the outlines of the next admission cycle become clearer and we begin individual conferences in January. Students who want to sit for the December administration should register to take the test at a center near them. We plan to offer Class Day SAT administration and the ACT in the spring as well.

Questions? We can help! Contact the College Counseling office. 

Please contact Marie Delnicki at to arrange ALL accommodations.