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2020 Admissions Results

Our Outstanding College Admissions Results

71% of Cohort 15 was admitted to at least one Ivy League school, MIT, or Stanford University.

Brown University: 12
Columbia University: 3
Dartmouth College: 1
Harvard University: 8
MIT: 1
Princeton University: 29
Stanford University: 21
University of Pennsylvania: 2
Yale University: 16

 

92% of Cohort 15 was admitted to at least one Most Competitive* school.

Amherst College: 5
Barnard College: 5
Bates College: 2
Boston College: 2
Brandeis University: 12
Bryn Mawr College: 4
Carleton College: 1
Case Western Reserve University: 2
Claremont McKenna College: 1
Colgate University: 2
College of the Holy Cross: 1
College of William and Mary: 1
Davidson College: 1
Duke University: 2
Emory University: 16
Franklin & Marshall College: 2
George Mason University: 1
Georgetown University: 6
Hamilton College: 2
Haverford College: 1
Lehigh University: 4
Macalester College: 3
Middlebury College: 3
Mount Holyoke College: 3
Northeastern University: 1
Northwestern University: 3
Occidental College: 13
Pitzer College: 2
Pomona College: 6
Rice University: 5
Scripps College: 2
Smith College: 6
Southern Methodist University: 1
Swarthmore College: 9
Trinity College: 7
Tufts University: 9
University of California
     at Berkeley: 3
University of California,
     Los Angeles: 3
University of Chicago: 2
University of Miami: 1
University of Minnesota-
     Twin Cities: 3
University of North Carolina
     at Chapel Hill: 3
University of Richmond: 10
University of Rochester: 5
University of Southern California: 4
University of Virginia: 1
Vassar College: 14
Villanova University: 1
Washington University in St. Louis: 4
Wellesley College: 1
Wesleyan University: 5
Williams College: 4

 
*as classified by Barron’s Profiles of American Colleges

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