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Class of 2022 College Report

Our goal is to create exceptional readiness for extraordinary futures.

The Class of 2022 is prepared to face the challenges and opportunities ahead of them—they are courageous and resilient. 
"World ready" means something different for every student, yet each are ready to make their mark.

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The 2022 Commencement Program

Saturday, June 11 2022
9:00 a.m. PDT

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Adventurous and independent, the Class of 2022 are attending 78 unique colleges and universities—significantly more than in past years!

Rhody Davis, Director of College Counseling

In every conversation I've had with a senior this year, I walk away feeling inspired by their unique sense of optimism for the future.

Christy Salcido, Chief Marketing Officer

Our students are prepared for a changing world, through an education that goes beyond academic knowledge and skills to develop world-ready graduates.

Mark McKee, Head of School and President

  • 41
    41% Admit rate for the Class of 2022

Fast Facts on College Apps

Students in the class: 115

Total applications: 1,344
Average Number of apple per student: 12
Admit rate: 41%

ED admit rate: 47%
EA admit rate: 18%
REA Admit rate: 18%

  • 78
    78* Colleges/Univertsities for the Class of 2022

Fast Facts on Matriculation

Number of Colleges/Universities: 78*

States (+ DC, International): 25
4-year public institutions: 39
4-year private institutions: 68
2-year public institutions: 4
International institutions: 2
Women's Colleges: 1

Number of Colleges/Universities in 2021: 61 

Film Students Excel in Admissions

UC Berkeley: Film and Media
UC Santa Cruz: Film and Visual Media
CalArts: School of Film/Video
Chapman: Dodge College of Film and Media Arts
CU Boulder: Media Studies
DePaul: Film and Television
Emerson: Media Arts Production
Ithaca: Film, Photography, and Visual Arts
LMU: School of Film and Television
NYU: Tisch School of the Arts Film and TV Production
USC: School of Cinematic Arts


Highest Concentration by Institution


Three or more attending:
4 University of California, Berkley
4 University of Southern California
3 Duke University
3 California State University, Northridge
3 University of Michigan
3 University of Notre Dame
3 University of Oregon

Two attending:
California Lutheran University
Chapman University
Colorado College
George Washington University
Georgetown University
Hamilton College
Loyola Marymount University
Northeastern University
Pierce College
Santa Monica College
Texas Christian University
University of California, Los Angeles
University of California, Riverside
University of California, Santa Barbara
University of Miami
University of Virginia
University of Washington
University of Wisconsin
Vassar College


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