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DV COLLEGE COUNSELOR SELECTED FOR PACAC SUMMER INSTITUTE FACULTY

We are pleased to share that DVFS Director of College Counseling, Hallie Ciarlone, has been selected as one of 3 new faculty members for the Pennsylvania Association for College Admission Counseling (PACAC) Summer Institute.

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DV Alumna Shares Her Dyslexia Story

Delaware Valley Friends School Alumna Michelle Guerin (Class of 2016) is a Sophomore at Cabrini University, studying Digital Communications and Social Media. Michelle writes, edits, and is a photographer for The Loquitor, the Cabrini University student-produced news forum. In an article published September 7, 2017, Michelle wrote a story titled "You Have Dyslexia," about her experience as a student learning and growing up with dyslexia. We share …

Posted by kelly in College Counseling, DVFSAlumni, DV Graduates, Learning Disability, News on Friday September 8, 2017
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DVFS College Counselor Reflects on College Board Accommodations Request Process Announcement

From Hallie Ciarlone, DVFS Director of College Counseling

The College Board recently announced a more streamlined and updated request and review process for students seeking testing accommodations for their exams (PSAT, SAT, and AP exam). I was pleased to see an increased level of communication from College Board representatives after the 2015-2016 school year fiascos in which many counselors felt blindsided or ignored during unexpected major CB …

Posted by Hallie College Counselor in Learning Differences, College Counseling, Learning Disability, Accommodations on Monday December 5, 2016
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Accommodations for College Students with Learning Differences: Understanding Your Role

One of the biggest differences between high school and college academic accommodations is who is responsible for advocating on the student’s behalf. In college, LD students will need to know their rights and self-advocate where in high school, many of the initial requests were done by parents, teachers, or administrators. DVFS students posses strong self-advocacy skills and the U.S. Department of Education article linked here is a helpful …
Posted by Hallie College Counselor in College Counseling, Metacognition on Friday July 24, 2015
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