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Poly Prep's College Matriculation List
Poly graduates are currently attending the following colleges as of September 2015:

Allegheny College* 2
Alvernia Univ.* 1
Amherst College* 9
American Musical & Dramatic Academy* 1
Arizona State Univ.* 1
Babson College* 2
Bard College* 4
Barnard College* 2
Bates College* 3
Berkelee Coll. of Music 1
Boston College* 8
Boston University 3
Bowdoin College 3
Brandeis Univ. 1
Brooklyn College* 1
Univ. of British Columbia 1
Brown Univ.* 7
Bryant Univ.* 2
Bucknell Univ.* 3
Carnegie Mellon Univ.* 4
Case Western Reserve* 1
Catholic Univ. 1
Champlain College* 1
Chapman Univ.* 2
Clemson Univ. 2
Univ. of Chicago 1
Cleveland Inst. of Music 1
Colby College* 4
Colgate Univ.* 5
College of Charleston* 2
College of the Holy Cross* 3
College of Wooster* 1
Univ. of Colorado* 4
Columbia Univ. 2
Connecticut College 6
Univ. of Connecticut* 7
Cooper Union* 2
Cornell Univ.* 8
Dartmouth College* 5
Univ. of Delaware* 10
Denison Univ. 1
Dickinson College 2
Drexel Univ.* 1
Duke Univ.* 3
Eckerd College 1
Univ. of Edinburgh* 1
Elon University* 4
Emerson College* 3
Emory Univ.* 9
Fairfield Univ.* 4
Felician College 1
Fordham Univ. 2
Franklin & Marshall* 9
Georgetown Univ. 4
George Washington Univ. 9
Gettysburg College 8
Grinnell College* 2
Hamilton College* 4
Harvey Mudd* 1
Haverford College* 3
Hobart & William Smith* 4
Hofstra Univ.* 2
Holy Family Univ. 1
Howard Univ. 1
Indiana University 2
Ithaca College 2
Johns Hopkins Univ.* 8
Kenyon College* 2
Lafayette College* 2
Lake Forest College 1
Lehigh University* 11
Lewis & Clark College 1
Long Island Univ.* 3
Loyola College (MD) 1
Loyola Univ. New Orleans 1
Macaulay Honors* 1
MD. Inst. Coll. of Art  1
Mass. Inst. of Tech. 1
McGill Univ. 2
Univ. of Miami 3
Univ. of Michigan* 3
Middlebury College* 2
Molloy College 1
Morehouse College 1
Mount Holyoke College 2
Muhlenberg College* 3
Coll. of NJ Med. Prgm. 1
The New School* 1
New York University* 15
Northeastern Univ. 1
Northwestern Univ.* 3
Univ. of Notre Dame 4
Oberlin College 5
Occidental College* 3
Ohio University 1
Pace University 2
Pacific Lutheran Univ. 1
Penn. State Univ.* 3
Univ. of Pennsylvania* 13
Univ. of Pittsburgh* 1
Pomona College 1
Princeton Univ.* 6
Purdue Univ.* 2
Quinnipiac Univ.* 2
Rensselaer Poly. Inst.* 8
RI School of Design* 1
Rhodes College 1
Rice University 1
Univ. of Richmond 2
Rochester Inst. of Tech. 1
Univ. of Rochester 3
Rollins College* 1
Rutgers Univ.* 1
Sacred Heart Univ. 1
Univ. of St. Andrews* 8
Sarah Lawrence Coll. 1
Skidmore College 4
Univ. of Southern Cali.* 3
Southern Methodist Univ.* 4
Stanford Univ. 1
Stevens Inst. of Tech. 2
St. Lawrence Univ.* 1
Stonehill College 1
SUNY-Albany 2
SUNY-Cortland 1
SUNY-Geneseo 1
SUNY-Oswego* 1
SUNY-Purchase 1
SUNY-Stony Brook* 1
Susquehanna Univ. 1
Swarthmore College 1
Syracuse Univ.* 7
Trinity College (CT)* 8
Trinity College (Dublin)* 1
Tufts Univ.* 14
Tulane Univ.* 7
Vanderbilt Univ.* 1
Vassar College 1
Univ. of Vermont 2
Villanova Univ.* 4
Univ. of Virginia* 6
Wake Forest Univ.* 5
Webb Institute* 1
Wesleyan Univ.* 9
Wheaton College (IL) 1
Williams College 5
Univ. of Wisconsin-Mad 3
Worcester Poly. Inst. 3
Yale University* 9

* = Class of 2015
Poly's Class of 2014 achieved some remarkable outcomes in the college application process this year. Twenty eight Poly seniors will enroll in universities ranked in the US News & World Report’s Top 25: Princeton (1), Yale (3), Chicago (1), UPenn (5), Dartmouth (1)—(that’s 11 to the US News Top 10 schools)—along with Johns Hopkins (2), Brown (1), Cornell (4), Notre Dame (3), Emory (2), Georgetown (1), Carnegie Mellon (2), University of Southern California (1), and University of Virginia (1).
An additional 29 members of Poly’s Class of 2014 will attend schools that fall into the next group of highly ranked schools, according to US News & World Report: Tufts (4), New York University (4), Rochester (1), Penn State (2), Lehigh (5), Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (3), Wisconsin (2), Miami (1), George Washington (4), and Tulane (3). Three other students will attend St. Andrews in Scotland, which would easily fall in this group if schools outside the United States were included in the US News & World Report, which would give us a total of 60 to these schools, or just about 50% of the class.
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