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  • Randolph High School

    Guidance and Counseling Department

    Class of 2017 – Annual Report

    Submitted by: Randolph High School Guidance Department

    Charles Dimiceli – Director

    July, 2017

  • Report on the Class of 2017

    This report highlights the postsecondary plans of the most recent graduates from RHS.

    The RHS class of 2017 consists of 368 graduates and the vast majority will continue their education at two or

    four year institutions throughout the country. Post-secondary plans include two and four year colleges and

    universities, occupational training, the military, college prep schools and those moving directly into

    employment.

    Post-Secondary Statistics

    Class Summary/Highlights

    • 368 ........................................... The number of students in the Class of 2017

    • 2651 ......................................... The number of colleges and universities the class of 2017 applied to.

    • 64 ............................................. The number of students attending two-year colleges in the fall

    • 283 ........................................... The number of students attending four-year colleges in the fall

    • 2 ............................................... the number of students accepted at “Ivy League Colleges”

    Brown University

    Cornell University

    • 2 ............................................... The number of students attending “Ivy League Colleges”

    • 96……………………………The number of students accepted at 100% of the colleges to which they applied.

    • 54 ............................................. The number of students accepted at 100% of the four-year colleges to which they applied.

    CLASS OF 2017 TOTAL PUBLIC NJ PRIVATE NJ PUBLIC OOS * PRIVATE 00S *

    MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE

    FOUR YEAR COLL/UNIV 135 148 25 36 14 6 60 50 35 55

    TWO YEAR COLLEGE 44 20 40 19 0 0 0 1 0 0

    CAREER EDUCATION 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

    MILITARY 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

    EMPLOYMENT 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

    COLLEGE PREP

    SCHOOL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

    OTHER 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

    UNDECIDED 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

    ~ TOTALS ~ 192 176 65 55 14 6 60 50 35 55

    *OOS - OUT OF STATE

  • Top Twenty-Five Colleges - Number of Applications

    Members of the Class of 2017 applied to 2651 colleges and universities. Of these applications, 1080 (41%) of

    the applications were to the following twenty-five colleges:

    **This list reflects “net-applications.” Final applicants minus those students who withdrew their initial application prior

    to a decision form the college.

    College No. of Applications

    1 Rutgers, State University of New Jersey at New Brunswick 110

    2 County College of Morris 78

    3 Pennsylvania State University 76

    4 University of Maryland, College Park 58

    5 College of New Jersey 57

    6 University of Delaware 57

    7 Rowan University 49

    8 University of Pittsburgh 48

    9 Northeastern University 44

    10 Montclair University 43

    11 University of Rhode Island 42

    12 Quinnipiac University 39

    13 Boston University 39

    14 Monmouth University 34

    15 James Madison University 33

    16 Syracuse University 32

    17 Clemson University 31

    18 Drexel University 29

    19 Fordham University 27

    20 New York University 26

    21 University of South Carolina 26

    22 University of Michigan 26

    23 University of Scranton 26

    24 Temple University 25

    25 University of Miami 25

  • College Information

    The following statistics represent the number of students who applied to each college or university, the number

    of acceptances and the number of students who matriculated at each institution. Data is sorted alphabetically

    and includes the “Competitiveness Rating” developed by Barron’s Profiles of American Colleges. Barron’s has

    a unique yet respected and comprehensive system for comparing every school’s degree of admissions

    competitiveness. Colleges are rated from Most Competitive to Less Competitive and more. (Barron’s

    Educational Series, 2015.)

    Most Competitive

    Even Superior students will encounter a great deal of competition for admission to colleges in this category. In general,

    these colleges require high school rank in the top 10% to 20% and grade averages of A to B+. Median freshman test

    scores are generally between 655 and 800 on the SAT and 29 and above on the ACT. These colleges admit only a small

    number of those who apply – usually less than one third.

    Highly Competitive

    Colleges in this group generally look for students with grade averages of B+ to B and accept most of their students from

    the top 20% to 35% of the high school class. Median freshman test scores generally range from 620-654 on the SAT and

    27 or 28 on the ACT. These schools generally accept between one third and one half of their applicants.

    Very Competitive

    The colleges in this category generally admit students whose averages are no less that B- and who rank in the top 35% to

    50% of their high school class. Median test scores are in the 573 to 619 range on the SAT and from 24 to 26 on the ACT.

    These schools generally accept between one half and three quarters of their applicants.

    Competitive

    This category is a broad one covering colleges that generally have median freshman test scores between 500 and 572 on

    the SAT and between 21 and 23 on the ACT. Some of these colleges require that students have high school averages of

    B- or better, although some state a minimum of C+ or C. Generally, these colleges prefer students in the top 50% to 65%

    of their graduating class and they accept between 75% and 85% of their applicants.

    Less Competitive

    Included in this category are colleges with median freshman test scores below 500 on the SAT and below 21 on the ACT.

    These colleges admit students with averages generally below C who rank in the top 65% of their graduating class. These

    colleges admit 85% or more of their applicants.

    Non Competitive

    These colleges require that students provide evidence of graduation from an accredited high school. Entrance exams are

    required for placement purposes.

    Special

    These are colleges whose programs are specialized; professional schools of art or music, nursing, or other specific

    disciplines. In general, the admissions criteria are not based primarily on academics but on evidence of talent or special

    interest.

  • RANDOLPH HIGH SCHOOL

    CLASS OF 2017 Information provided in the acceptance/attending categories is based upon data supplied to the Guidance Department by students and the institution

    where they applied.

    COLLEGE *DC APPLIED ACCEPTED ATTENDING

    The University of Alabama, AL C 9 9 1

    Albright College, PA C 5 5 1

    Alfred University, NY VC 1 1 0

    Allegheny College, PA HC 2 2 1

    American University, DC HC 14 9 1

    Amherst College, MA MC 3 0 0

    Amsterdam University College N/A 1 0 0

    Appalachian State University, NC VC 2 1 1

    Arcadia University, PA VC 3 3 1

    Arizona State University, AZ C 3 3 1

    The University of Arizona, AZ C 15 10 3

    University of Arkansas VC 1 1 1

    Artistic Academy, NJ N/A 1 1 1

    Asbury University, KY VC 1 0 0

    Auburn University, AL C 3 3 0

    Babson College, MA HC 4 1 0

    Baldwin Wallace University, OH VC 2 0 0

    Ball State University, IN C 1 1 0

    Barnard College, NY MC 1 0 0

    Baylor University, TX HC 1 1 0

    Belmont University, NC C 1 1 1

    Bentley University, MA HC 9 4 1

    Bergen County Technical Schools, NJ N/A 1 0 0

    Berklee College of Music, MA SP 1 0 0

    Bethany College, KS NC 1 1 0

    Binghamton University, NY HC 17 7 0

    Blinn College NC 1 1 1

    Bloomfield College, NJ C 3 1 0

    Bloomsburg University of PA, PA C 7 5 1

    Boston College, MA MC 12 7 3

    Boston Conservatory at Berklee, MA SP 2 1 1

    Boston University, MA HC 39 11 2

    Brandeis University, MA HC 1 1 0

    University of British Columbia N/A 2 0 0

    Brooklyn College of the CUNY C 1 1 1

    Brown University, RI MC 9 1 1

    Bryant University, RI VC 7 5 1

    Bucknell University, PA MC 16 5 1

    Cabrini College, PA LC 3 2 0

  • COLLEGE *DC APPLIED ACCEPTED ATTENDING

    California Institute of the Arts, CA SP 1 0 0

    California Polytechnic State University, CA HC 2 0 0

    Univ. of California at Berkeley, CA MC 5 0 0

    Univ. of California at Davis, CA HC 1 0 0

    Univ. of California at Irvine, CA VC 2 0 0

    Univ. of California, Los Angeles, CA MC 4 1 1

    Univ. of California at San Diego, CA VC 1 0 0

    Univ. of California, Santa Barbara, CA VC 2 0 0

    Carnegie Mellon University, PA MC 12 1 1

    Case Western Reserve Univ., OH MC 9 5 3

    Castleton University, VT C 1 1 0

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