Henry Del Angelo
Henry DelAngelo established DelAngelo Consulting, LLC and launched Your Key to College in 2008. A graduate of The University of Rhode Island, Henry holds a BS in Secondary Education and taught Social Studies before he went on to earn an M Ed. in School Counseling and Guidance from Providence College. After several years as a High School Guidance Counselor he returned to school and received his 6th Year Professional Diploma of Advanced Studies in Educational Leadership from Southern Connecticut State University and served in the position of Dean of Students for five years before returning to the Guidance Office.
With more than thirty years of experience at the high school level as a classroom teacher, administrator, and guidance counselor Henry has successfully worked with students from all walks of life during this critical time. He has met with hundreds of college admissions counselors, visited campuses around the country and has developed a knowledge base upon which to draw.
Henry was named one of The Princeton Review’s 20 School Counselors Who Make a Difference. He served on The Princeton Review Counselor Advisory Board 2018/19 & 2020/21 and is currently on the counselor advisory board of Roger Williams University,Miami University and Ithaca College. He has also partnered with Strategies for College to offer extensive services in the financial process and finding career & college major options. In addition Strategies for Colleges has a dynamic free learning center for families going through this process for the first time. Henry also served as a Yale University Center for Emotional Intelligence Change Maker Fellow from September 2018- May 2019 and was selected “Best College Counselor” by Fairfield Magazine in 2018, 2019, & 2020.
Henry is a member of the National Association of College Admissions Counselors (NACAC) & the New England Association of College Admissions Counselors (NEACAC). He is a past faculty member for two NEACAC Rising Leaders Summer Programs and is currently serving a three year term as a faculty member for the NEACAC Summer Institute. In this role he serves as a mentor to school counselors and college admissions professionals.