MaryOC -- thanks for posting -- my son has a learning disability, IEP and extended time, and even though he's a sophomore (HS Class of 2014) I am already wondering if he should even take standardized tests.
I noticed you mentioned having your daughter apply to some schools with a religious affiliation. I think that's a great idea -- my nephew got 1500 on his SAT (one sitting) and got a substantial scholarship to a local Catholic college. He's Presbyterian (not Catholic) -- but they knew that and still offered it to him. It's a good school (but I'm sure no one on CC has heard of it) and he's quite happy there -- studying international business, living at home (no ADD issues but his mother/my sister is convinced he couldn't handle being on his own).
Another idea -- would your daughter consider Smith? In my experience, they're willing to look past the score and see the person. If she is firmly against the single-sex educational experience, then don't mention it.
Please let us know how it goes. Good luck.