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832 Students Graduate from Arcadia High Thursday Evening

Photo by Ryan Foran

Photo by Ryan Foran

The Arcadia High School Class of 2016 has students that were accepted into every Ivy League University in the country, which includes Harvard, Princeton, and Yale. Two Arcadia High graduates will be attending Harvard, two will be going to Yale, and one will be studying at Princeton in the fall.

Four Arcadia High students were accepted to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and one will be attending. Five Apaches were accepted to the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), and three will be attending.

Two students will be attending Stanford, and 33 of the 69 accepted will be headed to Berkeley in the fall.

36 students were accepted into the University of Southern California (USC), of which a dozen will be attending. 18 students will become Bruins at UCLA next year of the 59 that were accepted.

Photo by Ryan Foran

Photo by Ryan Foran

Other schools of note that Arcadia High graduates will be attending in the fall include the following:
Amherst, Carnegie Mellon, Claremont McKenna, Duke, Georgetown, Johns Hopkins, New York University, Scripps, Syracuse, and Westmont.

Arcadia High Class of 2016:

832 graduates
99.3% graduation rate (national average: 82%)
GPA: 3.38
SAT: 1840, (national average: 1479)
ACT: 29, (national average: 21)
97.3 % going to college (67.3% 4-year, 30% 2-year, 2.7% Military, Trade School, Year Off)

June 17, 2016

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2 COMMENTS ON THIS POST To “832 Students Graduate from Arcadia High Thursday Evening”

  1. Jerry says:

    This “article”/list of statistics kind of negate the whole message that many Arcadia teachers and students have been trying to get across. It does not matter which school you go to–you, the Arcadia student, WILL be successful (if you try). By naming just these few “notable” schools, it makes students feel as though they must get into these schools, or they are less valuable than their peers. Arcadia High students are already under a lot of pressure, and this does not help them one bit. Did the writer of this article go to one of these “prestigious” schools?

    • matt says:

      In my personal opinion, you really don’t need to be a butt. It was not written to discourage anyone. It was just to highlight good performing students and encourage everyone to work harder. Just think about it. If it was an article of the EXACT opposite thing (described in a negative way) all students will be under the influence that they don’t have to work hard to meet the demographic.

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