The Class of 2016 is just days from graduation and set to attend colleges around the world in the fall.
After sending out a total of more than 200 applications and receiving roughly 100 acceptances, seniors have made their final decisions, bringing a long, anxiety-filled application process to an end and allowing students finally to relax.
The Class of 2016 will scatter across the globe next year.
Ally Feiss will head to the University of Massachusetts at Lowell near Boston, while Yuhi Kuramoto will return to his native Japan where he will attend Asia Pacific University in Oita. Joe Foulger will attend the University of Washington, Brendan Goldberg is going to Emory University in Atlanta, and Victor Yen will attend Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Florida.
“I’m proud of them,” said College Counselor Judy Oberlander, who has overseen every step of the application process. “I think that all the seniors have taken responsibility and have really worked to make it happen for them.”
Read more in a news story on the student journalism website, On The Hill.