Student Disability Services exist at Marist High School to provide students with reasonable accommodations intended to reduce the effects that a disability may have on their performance in a traditional academic setting. Documentation required for consideration of accommodations must be current (no older than three years) and provide a comprehensive evaluation with evidence of an impairment that causes substantial limitations. Please note: the presence of a disability does not automatically mean that a student will receive accommodations. Marist will carefully review all relevant information to determine if there is a significant need for accommodations.
All requests for learning accommodations will be considered after the Accommodation Coordinator has received and reviewed the following:
- The student’s current (within three years) complete Psycho-Educational Evaluation, plus their 8th-grade IEP, ICEP, or Service Plan.
- All Incoming Class of 2025 students’ documentation must be submitted to Mrs. Erin Kelly for consideration of extended time on the Entrance Exam (HSPT), no later than December 3, 2021. Documentation needs to include a current Psycho-Educational Evaluation and their current eighth-grade official IEP (public schools) or ICEP (Catholic schools) indicating the accommodations currently allowed.
Mrs. Erin Kelly
Accommodation Program Coordinator