As the calendar year draws to a close, many Ross School seniors are reaping the benefits of having spent the fall setting goals and making plans for their future. Just in time for the holidays, students have already been accepted for early admission to highly selective colleges and universities across the country.
The Class of 2013 has been admitted to an impressive 28 schools so far: Clark University, Colorado College, Columbia University, Connecticut College, Cornell University, University of Dallas, Dickinson College, Drew University, Eckerd College, Elon University, Fordham University, Guilford College, High Point University, Indiana University, Lehigh University, University of Michigan, New York University, Northeastern University, Roger Williams University, Rutgers University, Salve Regina University, Savannah College of Art and Design, Stanford University, University of Tampa, Trinity University (San Antonio), Tulane University, University of Vermont, and Washington University. This is an early round of acceptances; most seniors will not hear from the schools they applied to until mid-March.
In addition to this roster, some seniors have also learned that they received college scholarships from Northeastern, Eckerd, Drew, Clark, and the University of Denver.
“I am so impressed by the Class of 2013! What a talented and diverse group of students, as evidenced by the college acceptances thus far. Bravo!” said Patricia Lein, Director of Upper School.