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College Counseling

We believe that thoughtful and advanced planning is essential to choosing a direction for life after ISL.

We teach and advise students to prepare well-written, carefully chosen, and thoughtful applications, and select the direction that fits their own goals and personality best.

We believe that this process should be very rewarding for students as they experience self-examination and independence as they transition into life after ISL.

College and university planning does not have to be mysterious or stressful. Here, you can find up-to-date information about ISL’s College Counseling Program. To find out more, contact our College Counselors Greer Bevel and Rebekah Joslin via e-mail:




College Counseling Team

Greer Bevel

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Greer Bevel is Head of College Counseling and teaches IB History and Theory of Knowledge in the Diploma Programme. Greer also serves as a Model UN advisor at ISL.

He has worked in schools in the United States, Poland, and the People's Republic of China. This is Greer's fifth year at ISL and his fourteenth year in education.

He was previously the College Counselor at Shanghai Community International School-Hongqiao.

In addition to college counseling, Greer has worked in college admissions for both Whitman College and the University of Washington.

He has served on OACAC's (Overseas Association for College Admission Counseling) Communication Committee for the past two years.

Greer is a graduate of Whitman College with a B.A. in History and holds an M.Ed. from the University of Washington's College of Education.


Rebekah Joslin

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Rebekah Joslin serves as College Counselor and School Counselor. She also serves as a Model UN advisor. This is Rebekah's second year at ISL.

Prior to ISL, Rebekah served as the
K-12 guidance counselor at the International School of Monagas in Maturin, Venezuela.

Rebekah is not new to international school life having been born in Japan when her parents were working at an international school in Kobe. From Japan, she studied in four other International schools, graduating from the Lincoln American School in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Rebekah is a graduate of the University of Southern Maine and holds a M.S. in School Counseling from Suffolk University.