College Counseling

About Colleges

Gilman boys and their families have the advantage of a strong College Counseling Office staffed with four full-time counselors to guide them through the college application process. What is unique at Gilman is that each of our counselors teaches one class and also coaches, an interpretation of our time-honored teacher-coach-advisor model. Throughout a boy's years in the Upper School, our college counselors aim to nurture and expand their relationship with both him and his parents. Our counselors seek to serve students as teachers and advisors as they navigate the ever-changing landscape of college admission.

All research shows that undergraduate success is the result of a demanding high school curriculum with abundant opportunities to research, analyze and write. We are committed to the ideal of making lifelong learners of our boys, and, as such, Gilman graduates become successful undergraduates.

Gilman's CEEB code is #210-095. Review our School Profile.

Colleges Visiting Gilman This Month

Go on the College Road with Gilman

Two or more students from the classes of 2013-2017 are enrolled at these colleges and universities. Click the shields below to see where.


 

81%

attend a most competitive or Highly competitive college*

*as outlined by Barron's (2011-2015)

14

students
Recognized by the National merit Scholar Program

100%

of our graduates
go to four-year colleges

CLASS OF 2018 AVERAGE SAT SCORES*


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Contact Our college counselors

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the College Counseling staff.

410.323.3800
ext. 396/238

Fax 410.464.3132

Sarah Ross

Director of College Counseling
School Extension 226
sross@gilman.edu
 

Justin Baker

College Counselor
School Extension 741

Anna Follensbee

College Counselor
School Extension 307

Matthew Herman

College Counselor
School Extension 748

Vivian Sawyer

Administrative Assistant for College Counseling
School Extension 396/238