St. Margaret’s Episcopal School proudly presents the Class of 2019, 118 seniors who will graduate and receive their diplomas on Saturday during the school’s the 34th annual Commencement. These vibrant, poised graduates will matriculate to 71 colleges and universities across the United States and around the world, well-prepared for their journeys ahead.
In all, students will head to schools in 26 states and Washington, D.C., as well as universities in France and England. Twenty-six seniors will attend a college or university in California, while out-of-state locations welcoming Tartans including Texas (15), Massachusetts (10), Colorado (8), Pennsylvania (7), Illinois (5) and Arizona (5).
The Class of 2019’s college choices include Boston College, Dartmouth College, Duke University, Georgetown University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, New York University, Northwestern University, Rice University, Stanford University, University of California, Los Angeles, University of Colorado at Boulder, University of Michigan, University of Notre Dame, University of Oregon, University of Pennsylvania and Vanderbilt University.
In addition, students will head to 15 schools where no Tartan currently attends. That list includes American University of Paris, Baylor University, Bryant University, Boise State University, Case Western Reserve University, Gonzaga University, Illinois Institute of Technology, Irvine Valley College, Macalester College, Lehigh University, Northern Arizona University, Northumbria University in England, University of San Francisco, The Ohio State University and University of Virginia.
Twenty-six colleges and universities will receive multiple Tartans from the Class of 2019, including the University of Colorado at Boulder (7), Southern Methodist University (6), Texas Christian University (6), University of Michigan (4), Washington University in St. Louis (4), Boston College (3), Northern Arizona University (3), University of California, Davis (3), University of California, Los Angeles (3), and Villanova University (3).
“Finding the right fit is always a top priority in college admissions for our seniors, and this class has done an excellent job,” St. Margaret’s Director of College Counseling Roland Allen said. “Many students started the process with a clear first-choice college, thus, close to 25 percent of our students were admitted as binding early decision applicants. Others were drawn to colleges because of academic specialties or honors programs. We are confident that our graduates will thrive and will lead and serve in their college communities. On behalf of my colleagues in the college counseling office, Amy Warren and Jeff Jablonski, we congratulate them on their many accomplishments and look forward to hearing about many more.”
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Congratulations to the Class of 2019!