College Acceptances

SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS OF THE CLASS OF 2014

  • 242 students graduated.
  • 96% will attend college.
  • 93% will be attending 4 year universities.
  • 4 students taking Gap years including two international programs.
  • 4 students will attend college overseas.
  • 50% of the class will be attending college outside of California.
  • 40% of graduates were accepted to some of the most selective colleges in the country.  These are colleges that admit 30% or less of the students. These schools include Boston College, Claremont McKenna, Colgate, Columbia, Cornell, Emory, Georgetown, Harvey Mudd, Juilliard, Northwestern, Notre Dame, NYU, Penn, Princeton, Rice, St. Andrews, Tufts, UC Berkeley, UCLA, University of Chicago, USC, University of Virginia, Vanderbilt, Yale, among many others.
  • 2 students were admitted to a military academy.
  • 20 students of the class of 2014 will be studying visual and performing arts in colleges.  Programs include the prestigious The Dodge Film School of Chapman University, Bard College, USC, NYU Clive Davis, Carnegie Melon, Berklee College of Music and Belmont.
  • 35 students were NCAA Div 1, 2 or 3 recruited athletes.
  • The average SAT score was 1846 for the class and the average ACT score was 26.
  • Students will be attending schools in 3 countries, 30 different states and 107 different colleges.
  • 40,000 hours of community service.
  • Offered over $4,000,000 in scholarship.
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