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College Counseling

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

College counseling offers individual guidance and information to students and parents, assisting them with the college application and selection process.

College counseling may begin informally when a parent or student asks for guidance, even if the child in question is not yet in Upper School. In some cases, that first encounter may come because of attending a college night program; in other cases, it happens when parents call or email the college counselor or when a student asks questions of an advisor, teacher, or guidance counselor. In addition to these interactions, the formal college counseling program begins in earnest in the fall of junior year, when juniors sit for the PSAT exam and their results come back, and later, when the college counselor begins meeting with the junior class. College Workshop courses commence in second semester of the junior year and continue through the first semester of senior year, after which individual meetings with seniors and their parent/s may take place right up until a matriculation deposit is made in May of the graduating year.

Schools That Visit Us

Aquinas College, Assumption College, Bentley University, Bryant University, Coast Guard Academy, Duquesne University, Duke University, Eckerd College, Elon University, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, Emerson College, Florida Institute of Technology, Florida International University, George Washington University, Georgetown University, Goucher College, Harvard University, Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico, Johns Hopkins University, Johnson & Wales University, Keiser University, Kings University, La Roche College, Les Roches & Glion Education Group, LIFE University, Lynn University, Manhattanville College, Merrimack College, New College of Florida, New York University, Northeastern University, Pennsylvania State University, Providence College, Roanoke College, Saint Mary’s University, Savannah College of Art & Design, Simmons College, Southern Methodist University, Stanford University, Suffolk University, Syracuse University, Tennessee Wesleyan University, Tulane University, Universidad Iberoamericana (Dominican Republic), US Naval Academy, University of Charleston, University of Dayton, University of Miami, University of New Haven, University of Pennsylvania, University of Tampa, University of the Virgin Islands, Vanderbilt University

Where Students are Accepted & Attending

College Placement Counseling

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 or call her at 776-1600 x3702.

About Dr. Borrás Marín

A seasoned member of the Caribbean Counselor’s Association with more than two decades of experience under her belt, Dr. Borrás Marín is ready to build on this foundation and take the program to a new level. Interestingly, Dr. B has taught and worked in schools at every level from pre-kindergarten through college. Her education includes a Doctorate of Education (Ed.D.) degree in Guidance and Counseling from the University of Puerto Rico, a Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree from New York University (NYU) in Administration and Supervision, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Development from Connecticut College. (read more)

Disclosure Policy

In accordance with the National Association of College Admissions Counselors’ Principles of Good Practice, Antilles School discloses disciplinary action to colleges and universities.

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