5 Years of College Matriculations

One year of college data is interesting, but five years tells a deeper story. The College Prep graduating classes of 2008-2012 included 430 students (an average of 86 per year). 309 of those students (72%), matriculated to the following 34 schools. These schools had no fewer than 5 Prep students enroll (an average of one per year) and no more than 22 (Stanford, with an average of 4.4 per year). It speaks to both the incredible success Prep students have at earning admission to the nation’s finest colleges and universities as well as where Prep students feel comfortable continuing their education.

  • Stanford (22 Prep students enrolled)
  • Wesleyan (17)
  • University of Pennsylvania (16)
  • Harvard (15)
  • Swarthmore (15)
  • UC Berkeley (15)
  • UC Davis (12)
  • Columbia (11)
  • Cornell (11)
  • Occidental (11)
  • University of Chicago (11)
  • Dartmouth (9)
  • Tufts (9)
  • Brown (8)
  • Carleton (8)
  • Oberlin (8)
  • UC San Diego (8)
  • Washington U – St. Louis (8)
  • Georgetown (7)
  • Macalester (7)
  • NYU (7)
  • Pomona (7)
  • UC Santa Barbara (7)
  • UC Santa Cruz (7)
  • Middlebury (6)
  • Wellesley (6)
  • Williams (6)
  • Barnard (5)
  • Lewis & Clark (5)
  • MIT (5)
  • Northwestern (5)
  • Princeton (5)
  • Scripps (5)
  • Yale (5)
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One response to “5 Years of College Matriculations

  1. Way to go College Prep School! Congratulations on your students’ success. I am a big fan of independent schools. I look forward to hearing more about the good things happening at your campus.

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