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Poly Prep's College Matriculation List
Poly graduates (2010-2014) are currently attending the following colleges:

Alfred University 1
Allegheny College      1
Amherst College 6
Babson College 2
Bard College 3
Barnard College     3
Baruch College 1
Bates College 2
Berkelee Coll. of Music 2
Boston College 9
Boston University 6
Bowdoin College      3
Brandeis University 2
University of British Columbia 1
Brown University 7
Bryant University 1
Bucknell University 4
Carnegie Mellon University 3
Catholic University 2
Chapman University 1
Clemson University 2
University of Chicago 3
Cleveland Institute of Music 1
Colby College 3
Colgate University 3
College of Charleston 1
College of the Holy Cross 1
University of Colorado 2
Columbia University 3
Connecticut College 6
University of Connecticut 3
Cornell University 11
Dartmouth College 6
University of Delaware 10
Denison University 1
Dickinson College 5
Duke University 1
Eckerd College 1
University of Edinburgh 1
Elon University      3
Embry-Riddle Aero. 1
Emerson College      2
Emory University 6
Fairfield University      3
Felician College 1
Florida Atlantic University 1
Fordham University 5
Franklin & Marshall 12
Georgetown University 6
George Washington University 11
Gettysburg College 12
Grinnell College      1
Hamilton College 9
Haverford College 2
Hobart & William Smith 3
Hofstra University 1
Holy Family University 1
Howard University 1
University of Illinois (CH) 1
Indiana University 2
Ithaca College 2
Johns Hopkins University 9
Kenyon College 1
Lafayette College 3
Lake Forest College   1
Lehigh University 10
Lehman College 1
Lewic & Clarke College 1
LIU Post 2
Loyola College (MD)   1
Loyola Univ. New Orleans 1
Maryland Inst. College of Art  1
University of Maryland 2
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1
McGill University 3
University of Miami 5
University of Michigan 4
Middlebury College 1
Molloy College 1
Morehouse College 1
Mount Holyoke College 2
Muhlenberg College  4
College of NJ Medicine Program 1
New York University 13
Northeastern University 1
Northwestern University 3
University of Notre Dame 5
NYU/Polytechnic Institute 1
Oberlin College 7
Occidental College 2
Ohio University 1
Pace University 2
Pacific Lutheran University 1
Penn State University    3
University of Pennsylvania 14
Pomona College 1
Princeton University 5
Quinnipiac University 2
Rensselaer Poly. Institute 6
University of Rhode Island      1
Rhodes College 1
Rice University 1
University of Richmond 2
Rochester Institute of Technology 1
University of Rochester 3
Sacred Heart University 1
University of St. Andrews 6
St. Peter’s College 1
Sarah Lawrence College 1
Skidmore College 5
University of the South 1
University of Southern California 2
Southern Methodist College 2
Stanford University 1
Stevens Institute of Technology 2
Stonehill College 1
SUNY-Albany 3
SUNY-Cortland 1
SUNY-Geneseo 1
SUNY-New Paltz 1
SUNY-Purchase 1
SUNY-Stony Brook 1
Susquehanna University 1
Swarthmore College 1
Syracuse University 2
Trinity College (CT.) 9
Tufts University 12
Tulane University 7
Union College 1
US Military Academy 1
Vassar College 3
University of Vermont      2
Villanova University 2
University of Virginia
Wagner College
Wake Forest University 5
Wesleyan University 9
Wheaton College (IL) 1
Wheaton College (MA) 1
College of William & Mary 1
Williams College 5
University of Wisconsin-Mad
Worcester Poly. Institute 3
Yale University    10
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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“If I Went Anywhere Else But Poly, I Would Never Be Where I Am Today And… Never Received An Award Such As The Milken Scholarship”
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Gallina-Jones Will Attend Harvey Mudd College to Study Applied Math or Computer Science
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Princeton-Bound Jada Baijnath ’15 Earns Prestigious Gates Millennium Scholarship at Poly Prep

Baijnath Also Earns Certificate of Accomplishment in Princeton Prize in Race Relations Awards Program
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Tara Ellwood ’15 Earns Samuel H. Scripps Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) Scholarship for Performing Arts

Ellwood, Poly Stage Veteran, Plans to Study Theater at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pennsylvania
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Over 60% of Class of 2015 Already Accepted to College; Many Seniors Enjoy Great Success

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Stresses Respect and Peer-to-Peer Interaction to Improve Poly Students’ “Day-to-Day Experience” and Health

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