Ready for College
Class of 2016
- 119 graduates will attend 57 different colleges.
- Admitted to 142 different colleges in 22 different states and Washington, DC.
- 22 student-athletes are playing at the collegiate level.
- 58% of the class will attend colleges and universities outside of North Carolina.
- $8.6 million total scholarship offers based on academic merit, athletic abilities, or special talents.
- 819 applications submitted by 119 seniors.
Scholarships of Note
- 33 students earned more than $100,000 in total scholarship offers
- Morehead-Cain Scholarship (UNC-Chapel Hill)
- College-sponsored National Merit Scholarship (Northeastern University)
- Chancellor’s Science Scholars Program (UNC-Chapel Hill)
- National Merit Hispanic Recognition Program
- Schools accepting one or more seniors into their Honors programs: University of Alabama, College of Charleston, University of Georgia, University of Mississippi, UNC-Chapel Hill, Northeastern University, University of South Carolina, Southern Methodist University, University of Virginia
22 graduates will continue their athletics careers at the collegiate level:
- Baseball: Furman University
- Men’s Basketball: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Field Hockey: Denison University, UNC-Chapel Hill
- Football: Elon University, Purdue University, Sewanee: The University of the South
- Women’s Golf: Birmingham-Southern College
- Men’s Lacrosse: Colgate University, Denison University, Roanoke College
- Women’s Lacrosse: Connecticut College, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Denison University, UNC-Chapel Hill
- Men’s Soccer: Davidson College, Elon University
- Women’s Soccer: NC State University
- Men's Tennis: UNC-Chapel Hill
- Women’s Tennis: Florida Southern College