Matriculation List

Congratulations to the Class of 2020

One of the ways that King School sets a better standard for both the experience and outcomes of education is that every day our students have the opportunity to discover and forge their unique paths to excellence as we teach, guide, and cheer them on. The Class of 2020 has achieved success in many ways and now they are preparing to pursue lives of ongoing inquiry and purpose in college.

Congratulations to the 43 seniors who have been accepted and have already committed to attend their first choice college or university!  This achievement represents years of dedication and hard work on the part of these students, their teachers, and their families, and we are proud that this list includes some of the top universities and colleges in the country. We look forward to more exciting news in the spring!

Bentley University

Boston College (2)

Bucknell University

Colby College

Colgate University

College of the Holy Cross

Connecticut College

Dartmouth College (2)

Denison University

Dickinson College

Duke University (3)

Emory University

Fairfield University

Indiana University - Bloomington

Middlebury College

New York University

Northeastern University

Providence College

Rochester Institute of Technology (2)

Rollins College

Santa Clara University

Sewanee: The University of the South

 

Skidmore College

Southern Methodist University (3)

Syracuse University (2)

Towson University

Tulane University (3)

University of Alabama

University of Pennsylvania

University of Richmond (2)

Vanderbilt University

Washington and Lee University

Congratulations to the Class of 2019

Colleges have recognized within the Class of 2019 future scientists, artists, athletes, urban planners, pilots, professors, and so much more. Each student has made intentional decisions about his/her/their future, and where best to spend the next four years of their lives pursuing their dreams to reach their goals. The members of the Class of 2019 have distinguished themselves in numerous ways including, but not limited to, the following:

  • National Merit Scholarship winners
  • Competitive merit scholarships covering full tuition across four years of college
  • Acceptance to highly competitive programs in science and engineering, business, and the arts
  • NCAA Athletic Scholarships

Hear from members of the class of 2019 as they announce their college acceptances.

Belmont University

Boston College (2)

Boston University

Bowdoin College

Brandeis University

Brown University (2)

Bryant University (2)

Bryn Mawr College

Bucknell University (2)

Chapman University

Clemson University

Colby College

Colgate University

College of William and Mary (2)

Columbia University (2)

Cornell University

Dartmouth College (3)

Davidson College

Dickinson College (2)

Duke University (2)

Elon University (5)

Fairfield University

Florida Institute of Technology

Florida Southern College

Fordham University

George Washington University

Georgetown University

Gettysburg College

Hamilton College

Indiana University

Ithaca College

Lafayette College

Macalester College

Manhattanville College

Marist College

Merrimack College

Middlebury College

Muhlenberg College

Nazareth College

New York University

Northwestern University (2)

Oglethorpe University

Pace University

Pepperdine University

Princeton University (2)

Providence College

Purdue University (2)

Sacred Heart University 

Santa Clara University (2)

Savannah College of Art and Design

Southern Methodist University

Stanford University

SUNY Morrisville

Syracuse University (3)

Trinity College (2)

Tulane University

Union College

University of Chicago

University of Delaware

University of Miami (2)

University of Michigan

University of New Haven

University of Pennsylvania

University of Richmond (2)

University of South Florida

University of St. Andrews (2)

Vanderbilt University

Villanova University (2)

Wake Forest University

Washington University in St. Louis (2)


JENNA MACRAE '19

PRINCETON UNIVERSITY

"I am so grateful to King School; it really was a team effort from my teachers to the Administrators to my college counselor, Mr. Volain. My teachers not only prepared me academically for the college application process, but also took the time to get to know me as a person. The college guidance process starts early at King, as teachers set high expectations for their students and create a plan to help you meet those expectations. Princeton was my dream and they helped make it a reality. I am confident that King has thoroughly prepared me for college and I am excited to be challenged academically and athletically at Princeton. I found King to be a warm and welcoming environment where students support fellow students. I came to King in 10th grade and felt instantly comfortable. My teachers and friends are extremely understanding of my challenging academic and athletic schedule, and support me so that I can thrive in both aspects. Also, our new Head of School, Dr. Karen Eshoo, is an energetic and collaborative leader who is off to a strong start. I believe she has a great vision for King's future and I look forward to coming back to visit King and seeing the growth of the King community."

ANNA PATTEN '19

COLBY COLLEGE

"I feel very prepared for my next step at Colby College thanks to the King College Counseling department. My College Counselor was always there to help and calm me down and hand out chocolate when I got stressed. I really appreciate King's four year approach to guiding kids through the whole college process as it really helped me. I can't wait to be in Maine next year!"

PAUL NOUJAIM '19

DUKE UNIVERSITY

"From compiling my list to celebrating my acceptance, King college counseling was with me each step of the way. I've been at King since PreK and I'm thinking about studying Philosophy and Economics in college. I'm beyond excited to begin the next chapter of my life at Duke University."

BLAIR HOLEY '19

THE COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY

"I was offered the perfect amount of flexibility and support from the College Counseling office. I never felt like my wants were being over powered, and Ms. Landis was always incredibly insightful and leading me towards success. I am confident that William & Mary is the perfect school for me! I would not have been able to make it to this point without her guidance."

JAMES HILTON '19

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY

"I would not be where I am today without the help of my college counselor, Ms. Prince, and all the members of the college counseling office. They provided me with all the information I needed and more. Thanks to King, I look at the academic rigor ahead and feel prepared for what is to come. King has taught me a lot and has given me the skills and techniques I will need to succeed in college. Overall, King has been a huge part of my journey to college, and without their outstanding support and guidance, both with academics and outside commitments to rowing, I would not be the person I am today."

HANNAH BERRICK '19

WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY IN ST. LOUIS

"The King College Counseling office has been very supportive. They made sure that I was confident in meeting my deadlines and helped me put my best self forward. I love PreCalculus BC and have formed a lifelong mentorship with my teacher, Dr. K. She made me feel confident in my abilities not only as a math student but as a student in general and made sure that I pushed myself to my full abilities. I am thankful for King's encouragement and I am thrilled to become a WashU Bear next year!"

HOPE DESCHAPELLES '19

VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY

"King College Counseling provided me with all the resources I needed in order to be confident when I "hit send." One of the impressive aspects of this process at King is that it starts as early as freshman year. Whether it be editing supplements, discussing strategy, or calming nerves, the counselors' doors were always open; a steady support system in a time of uncertainty."


King's four-year developmental program enables each student to discover the most competitive fit