University Counselling

The Guidance Counselor provides ISKR’s university counseling services and serves as a resource to students and parents as they approach the university admissions process.

The ultimate responsibility for university admissions rests with students and their families.  The Guidance Counselor will send school-related documents to support applications. Even if the student is not making use of the university counseling services, he or she is required to meet the university counseling program deadlines.

ISKR Alumni have been accepted to…

University College London, UK Carleton University, Canada
University of British Columbia, Canada KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
University of Cape Town, South Africa University of California, San Diego, USA
Lewis & Clark College, USA Durham University, UK
Colorado State University, USA University of Cincinnati, USA
University of Udine, Italy University of Utah, USA
Arizona State University, USA The University of West London, UK
Leiden University, The Netherlands Howard University, USA
The College of New Jersey, USA Syracuse University, USA
University of Houston, USA


Shelley-Ann Francis

School Counselor
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology: Millersville University
Master of Science in Clinical Psychology: Millersville University
Master of Education in School Counseling: Millersville University
I am originally from Cape Town, South Africa and went to the United States to complete my secondary and tertiary education. Following my education I have worked in various jobs in the psychological field. I started working in the field as a Therapeutic Support Staff in the Autistic Support Unit for various schools in the United States. Following, graduate school, I worked as a child and adolescent therapist and behavioral specialist for seven years. Much of my experience as a School Counselor has been in an internship capacity or working collaboratively with School Counselors as a Behavioral Specialist.
After moving back to South Africa for a short six months, I was hired as the School Counselor at ISKR and joined the ISKR community in January of 2017 and have enjoyed my time here thus far. When I am not being a School Counselor, I enjoy traveling, spending time with friends and family, trying new restaurants, relaxing by the pool, music, and reading.
I am honored to be a part of the ISKR and Rwandan community and looking forward to all this experience has to teach me!