Our daughter has an IEP with ADHD/ASD and has a lower GPA and had lower PSAT scores. She is well rounded, involved in leadership activities, volunteering, track (even if she finishes last she tries), gets A/B's in all classes except for Chem and Algebra which she gets C's but not from lack of trying. She excels in art, has an art portfolio, website, has been hired to do a mural, commissioned and in art shows at school. People have suggested before we go to a school that I call to find out if she has a chance of getting in before even going. I know that many MA public chools won't even look at a student with below a 3.0. Has anyone here ever talked to someone in admissions to ask about their disability policy? Her team said there's no reason why she can't go to a four year college and succeed. The high school told the students to handle everything on their own and I'd like to honor that. We'd like to take a tour of a local state school which has the exact major and program she wants. They also have help for ASD and are considered on the top 20 in the nation for that. The scattergrams show she is unlikely to get in though we did talk to someone else recently who got in with a lower GPA. A friend suggested we call the school ahead of touring...do I do this? I would hate for her to get really excited about a school just to find out there's no way she can ever get in. We are definitely looking at art schools but the in state school would be in our budget even if it took her longer. Thanks in advance.