Accommodations Program


Marist is able to support students who need limited accommodations to be academically successful in high school. Students with diagnosed learning differences have prospered in all placement tracks offered at Marist. A student may be eligible to receive classroom accommodations by providing the school with a current psycho-educational evaluation, not older than three years, that contains a clear diagnosis and a list of relevant recommendations. 

If a student with a current psycho-educational evaluation is eligible for accommodations at Marist, an individualized accommodation plan will be developed. These accommodations are designed to support the student's learning needs within the traditional classroom setting. The director of the accommodation program will meet with the student to discuss the accommodation plan and how best to advocate for his or her needs within the classroom setting.

All documentation must be submitted to the accommodation program director for consideration. 

Mrs. Erin Kelly
Accommodation Program Director
Mrs. Kelly is in her 15th year at Marist High School. Prior to this role in 2013, she taught in the Marcellin Program for 10 years. She earned a BA in Liberal Arts from Marquette University and an MA from St. Xavier University in Reading. She also holds a Type 9 Certificate in Secondary Education grades 6-12, and a Type 10 Certificate in Special Education with a Reading Specialist License. Mrs. Kelly is also trained in the Wilson Reading System. She is an active member in the Learning and the Brain Professional Organization, as well as a member of the International Reading Association.