@darkangel3541, I just now saw your October post. How did it all go? Do you know where you're heading next year/ I hope all is well.
As for my son, he did not mention his ADHD in his essays or application. As @Maystarmom's niece did, we focused (mostly) on schools where his GPA was in line with the middle 50% and his SAT score in the top 25% and got a number of nice offers for merit aid. We also focused on small liberal arts colleges with small class sizes in the hopes that our son will not slip between the cracks if his executive function problems and the usual distractions of college get him into trouble. I figure if he is in classes of 12 to 15 students, his professors will know him by name and be more inclined to be proactive if he seems to be missing deadlines, etc.
@stlarenas, my son was accepted at Rhodes and Sewanee. We have visited both schools twice. My son is currently trying to decide between the two, and it's tough. If Sewanee was a target for your daughter, I highly recommend she visit Rhodes. In many ways they are very similar colleges. Both have beautiful campuses. I think they often compete for the same applicants.
@gougadawgs44 and @braves177, just think of it this way if you don't get in today, UGA's loss is Clemson's gain. Clemson is a great school. I just interviewed a kid who went there undergrad (then on to law school at Emory) and absolutely loved Clemson.
I don't think UGA is a better school academically, just harder to get into thanks to the Zell and Hope scholarship money.
@spinart, I would love to hear more about your daughter's study abroad experience. My son is a high school senior looking hard at Elon. I'm encouraging him to study abroad and would love to hear what your daughter thinks so far.