Robin Levy, Berkshire School trustee and current parent, and Ashley Bianchi, Williams College Director of Financial Aid, joined Erin Lyman, Director of College Counseling for an information session about the process of applying for Financial Aid to attend college.
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The Berkshire School College Counseling Team was joined by representatives from a variety of incredible institutions for a discussion about many of the specific ways in which students are evaluated in the College Process.
Our esteemed guests included:
Lee Coffin, Dartmouth College - Vice Provost for Enrollment & Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid
Matthew Hyde, Lafayette - Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Management and Dean of Admissions
Moses Murphy, University of Vermont - Sr. Associate Director of Undergraduate Admissions
Timothy Lai, Rhode Island School of Design - Admissions Officer
Peter Hagan, Syracuse University - Director of Admissions
Sam Prouty, Middlebury College - Director of Admissions
Watch the conversation here
The Berkshire School College Counseling Team was joined by representatives from a variety of incredible institutions for a frank discussion about the basics of the College Process.
Our esteemed guests included:
Carolynn Laurenza, University of Massachusetts Amherst - Assistant Director of Admissions
Ann Fleming Brown, Union College - Director of Admissions
Pat Greaney, Colgate University - Assistant Dean of Admissions
Troy Carlson, University of Chicago - Senior Assistant Director
Kortni Campbell, University of North Carolina, Asheville - Vice Chancellor for Admission and Financial Aid
Watch the conversation here.
You are invited to a Zoom meeting - Berkshire School College Process: A Virtual Program
When: February 3rd & 4th, 2021 - 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)...
Are you interested in playing your sport at the Division I, II, or III level? Do you have questions about how to navigate the recruiting process, especially during these uncertain times when it is challenging to play your sport competitively? Are you curious what coaches are looking for when they are recruiting student-athletes? If you answered yes to these questions, please watch the recording from a webinar we hosted on Tuesday, January 12. We had seven coaches (listed below) from a variety of sports who are eager to talk with you all about the college recruiting process, what they are looking for in prospective athletes, how you can put yourself in the best position possible to be recruited, and what it is like to commit to playing a sport at the collegiate level. Don't see your sport represented? That's okay! Please still watch! This was a general information session and not necessarily sport specific.
The College Office is hosting its 2nd night of programming for our Fifth Form parents! Tune in tonight to hear from a panel of college reps on the Evaluative Process and Financial Aid. 🎓 #Classof2022 pic.twitter.com/rpAfS7kvPJ— Berkshire School (@BerkshireSchool) February 4, 2021
Virtual Fifth Form College Counseling Program (Fourth Form is invited to participate in this fully virtual program)
FEBRUARY 6 (ACT)
ACT Hosted at Berkshire School for ONLY Berkshire Students
MARCH 13 (SAT OFF CAMPUS)
SAT Testing at Off-Campus Sites during Berkshire Spring Break
APRIL 13 (SAT)
SAT School Day Test (takes place on a weekday) at Berkshire for ONLY Berkshire Students
APRIL 17 (ACT & PRACTICE ACT)
ACT and Practice ACT Hosted at Berkshire School for ONLY Berkshire Students
MAY 3-14 (AP EXAMINATION DAYS)
AP Exams at Berkshire for Berkshire Students
JUNE 5 (SAT OFF CAMPUS)
SAT Testing at Off-Campus Sites during Berkshire Summer Recess