College Acceptance News for My Students

I am very happy to report that many of my students have heard from the colleges where they applied and are getting very positive results.

Here are some of the students I’ve been working with and where they’ll be attending college in the fall:

Lona – Attending Barnard College, New York; Accepted at UCLA; Boston College; Brandeis University; Kenyon College with $10, 000/yr. scholarship; Scripps  with $15,000/yr. scholarship; Vassar.

Oona  – Attending Bard College.  Accepted at Hampshire College with scholarship; New School, New York; U. of Colorado, Boulder; Colorado College; Columbia College, Chicago; Emerson, Boston; Lewis & Clark.

Kate – Attending Emerson, Boston. Accepted at Loyola, Chicago; DePaul, Chicago; New School, New York with scholarship; University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

Josh – Attending UCLA.

Melissa – Attending UC Riverside. Accepted at all Cal States.

Layla – Attending Syracuse University. Early decision.

David:  – Attending UC Santa Barbara.  Accepted at UCLA, UCSD, UC Irvine, all the Cal States.

Dani  – Attending NYU. Accepted at USC and BU.

Dinah – Accepted at Boston University.  Still waiting to hear from USC, NYU, SMU and Miami.

Zach – Attending Boise State. Also accepted at Arizona State University.

Dana – UC Riverside.  Still waiting to hear from Cal Lutheran.

I have not yet heard from Emily, Bella, Julianne, and Marco.  I expect I will soon!

Congratulations to all.  I am so pleased that you have wonderful schools to attend in the fall, which will offer you memorable experiences as well as help launch the next phase of your lives.  Good luck to each of you!





8 Comments Add yours

  1. Mary Jo Doig says:

    Congratulations to you, their teacher, and to each student for such a promising future! Lovely to read this.

    1. Thanks so much, Mary Jo!

  2. Wow. You are a star as are your students. A win-win all around. They must love you. 🙂 ❤

    1. Aw, thanks, Tess. It is a mutual love affair.

  3. Kelly Wise says:

    Impressive Len. With three 17-year olds finishing up their junior year, we are in the beginning of our college search. Wondering if there might be a way you could provide guidance in an electronic medium. It’s far too far to get to your front door from Florida!

    1. I work electronically all the time. That and on the phone. Keep me in mind!

  4. Kelly Wise says:

    I will definitely do that! Thank you.

    1. Let me put in a good word for working on college essays in the summer. So much easier than during the school year.

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