Throughout the college admission process, The Hill School's college advisers help students develop self-assessment and decision-making techniques, which enpower our young men and women to make informed choices concerning their college careers. In consultation with the college advisers, each student develops a compatible list of colleges to research; attends college meetings and workshops; arranges interviews and college visits; and obtains and completes a reasonable number of applications. Indeed, the skills learned during their college search will remain with our students throughout their lives.
|Director of College Advising Craig Allen meets with a student|
As stated in the School's Strategic Plan, "All students will be taught the skills and core knowledge measured by SAT-I, SAT-II, and AP tests. Hill students will master the skills of learning, the knowledge on which future learning is based, and the ability to demonstrate those skills en route to college admissions."
Hill's College Advising Office consists of Director of College Advising Craig Allen; Associate Director of College Advising Christina Cerenzia; Associate Director of College Advising David McMillin; College Adviser Beth Allain, and Secretary to the Director Sue Rooney.
The George Berman Center for College Advising is located on the first floor of the Academic Center. It offers an inviting, spacious research room, an extensive college resource library, and a large conference room.
To reach the College Advising Office by phone, call 610-326-1000, ext. 7276.