Destinations

Destinations

Class of 2021: (As of April 1, 2021):
Where the students I worked with are going, having received many exciting offers of admission from a diverse range of educational institutions:
Colby-Sawyer, Lafayette, Merrimack, Northwestern, Princeton, Rutgers, NYU, UCLA, U. Indiana, U. Montana
 I am omitting the “Scholarship” Designation, although for some students, it was a significant decision factor.
Class of 2020: 
Where the students I worked with are going, having received many exciting offers of admission from a diverse range of educational institutions:
Barnard, Bentley, Boston College, Boston University, Brandeis, Brown, Bucknell, U Chicago, Clemson, Dartmouth (2), U. Massachusetts (Honors), U. Michigan (2), NYU, Penn State, U. Redlands, Rhodes, SMU (Southern Methodist University), Trinity, Tufts, Tulane, U. Virginia (Echols Scholar), Wheaton, U. Wisconsin.
 I am omitting the “Scholarship” Designation, although for some students, it was a significant decision factor.
Class of 2019
Where the students I worked with are going, having received many exciting offers of admission from a diverse range of educational institutions:
Brown, Bucknell, U. Colorado Boulder, Endicott, George Washington University, Harvard, Holy Cross, McGill: Schulich School of Music, Northeastern, Notre Dame, Providence, Purdue, St. Lawrence, Smith, Tufts, U.Maryland, U.Michigan (3), UNH (2), U.Vermont, Villanova (Nursing), Washington University, Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI).
 I am omitting the “Scholarship” Designation, although for some students, it was a significant decision factor.
Class of 2018
Where the students I worked with are going, having received many exciting offers of admission from a diverse range of educational institutions:
Barnard, Brown, Brandeis, Bucknell, UCLA, UC San Diego, Clark, Connecticut College (2), Cooper Union, Cornell, Hobart, Lasell, U. Michigan, Muhlenberg, UNH, Northwestern, Ohio State, U. Portland, Putney School, Purdue, Reed, Roger Williams, Syracuse, Temple, U. Vermont, Virginia Tech, Wellesley, Wesleyan, Yale.
 I am omitting the “Scholarship” Designation, although for some students, it was a significant decision factor.
Class of 2017
Where the students I worked with are going, having received many exciting offers of admission from a diverse range of educational institutions:
American, Boston College (3), Brown, Chapman (Scholarships), Clark, Cornell University, Duke, Elon, U Florida (Business), Governor’s Academy, Lasalle (Dean’s Scholar), Lesley, Harvard, Howard (Grace Scholar), Hult School of Business, Middlebury, University of Munich (Germany), NYU, Northeastern, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Oberlin (Oberlin Scholar), U. Penn, Santa Monica Community College, Trinity College, Tufts (2), Tulane (Scholarship), U Vermont, Wake Forest.
Classes of 2013-2016
Barnard (2), Becker, Boston University, Brandeis (2), Brown (2), Burlington College, Cambridge School of Weston, Champlain, Colby, Colby-Sawyer, Colgate, University of Chicago, Colorado College, U. Colorado, Connecticut College, Cornell University, Dartmouth, Eckerd, Emerson, Hamilton, Harvard (2),Hobart, Ithaca, Lesley, Loyola of New Orleans, McGill, Miss Hall’s School (full scholarship), Mount Holyoke, Northfield Mount Hermon, Northeastern, Notre Dame (2), Quinnipiac (Physical Therapy, Scholarship), U Alabama: Tuscaloosa (Honors Scholarship), U. Mass Amherst, U. Michigan, U. Pittsburgh-Honors, U. Portland (Scholarship), Notre Dame, New York University (Stern), Occidental, Quincy College, RPI, SVA (School of Visual Arts), Union, University of the South (Sewanee), U. Southern California (2), Syracuse (Chancellor’s Scholar), Trinity College, Tufts, Tulane (Presidential Scholarship), Vassar, U. Virginia, Wellesley, Wheaton, Wesleyan, Yale.