We believe there is an appropriate college for each unique individual who graduates from Antilles. The philosophy that guides our practice is captured in the phrase, “Finding a College That Fits.”
College counseling offers individual guidance and information to students and parents, assisting them with the college application and selection process.
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Because Antilles School is a college preparatory school, we assume that all students intend to pursue higher education after graduation. The role of the College Counselor at Antilles School is to help each student and family navigate the college admission process in search of the best possible “fit” between the individual and the higher education institution.
Once in Upper School, students begin to hear regularly from the College Placement Counselor during the evening program for 9th grade and 10th grade parents and students as well as in individual college counseling sessions which start to take place during the second semester of 11th grade and continue into the first semester of 12th grade. Students and parents in grades 9 through 12 are commonly made aware of college fairs, individual visits from college admission representatives as well as evening programs hosted by Antilles. The College Placement Counselor is a resource to all students and parents, and anyone with questions or concerns should be sure to email Dr. Isabel M. Borrás Marín at email@example.com or call her at 776-1600 x3702.