Advice for rising juniors and seniors: "Enjoy yourself!"
We're proud of the many and varied colleges our graduates have chosen to attend!
See below for a complete list of college choices for the Classes of 2016-2020 and profiles of several of our recent graduates.
Washington University in St. Louis
intended Area of Study: Double Major in Anthropology and Religion
University of Wisconsin-Madison
"It was the size and culture that I wanted in a school"
"Brown is a prestigious school with an abundance of resources, but they manage to maintain a collaborative and non-competitive environment."
"At Friends’ Central, you’re able to build really close relationships with your teachers; you’re never afraid to reach out and ask for help."
"Friends' Central has taught me how to know and appreciate myself."
"I will be fencing for Princeton University, and I'm considering taking a pre-med track with a major in Neuroscience."
Johns Hopkins University
"I plan to major in mechanical engineering with a minor in aerospace engineering. I love the homelike feel of Hopkins and I have been fascinated by all things that fly for my entire life. I hope to one day design and build spacecraft to expand our horizons."
Tisch at NYU
Advice for rising juniors and seniors: "Work hard and make sure you do a club or a sport! Participating in and giving back to the community definitely is worth it!"
"Bucknell, like Friends' Central, is a small and close community. I will be able to make connections with my teachers as I did in high school, and I will get personal attention."
"Brown is a great fit for me because it will allow me to be adventurous and try new things while giving me ample opportunity to continue with my current interests. There is an attitude on campus that is nurturing and respectful as well as being competitive."