2020-21 Senior Profile for Class 101 - Conejo Valley








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Acceptance Letters From:

Rensselaer Polytechnic

Swarthmore College

Purdue University

Virginia Polytechnic

University of Miami

Texas A & M University

San Jose State University

University of Virginia - Wise

Fort Lewis College

Missouri Valley College

UC Santa Barbara

California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo


San Francisco State University

UC Berkeley

University of Colorado - Boulder

California State University - Long Beach

United States Military Academy at West Point

United States Merchant Marine Academy

High Point University

UC San Diego

University of San Diego

University of Denver

Clarkson University

Calvin College

Messiah College

Northeastern University

Georgia Institute of Technology

Ohio State University

UC Davis

Central Washington University

Embry Riddle Aeronautical University

Southern Utah University

Baylor University

Loyola Marymount University

UC Riverside

University of San Francisco


UC Irvine

Washington University (St Louis)

Carnegie Mellon University

Cornell University

Dartmouth College

Our Westlake Village Students Say It Best


By the time senior year ended, I wanted to have a nice relationship with my kid. I wanted to feel like we enjoyed his senior year with him, but he had to get the college planning completed. Dinners at home were much nicer for my son’s senior year for sure.


We had a daughter who recently graduated and we tried to do all the prep for college by ourselves and ended up with a lot of anxiety and stress. The idea of getting into Class 101 was to alleviate that stress. With our oldest child, without Class 101, we had a lot more friction because we were trying to do it all ourselves. With Todd Mitmesser at Class 101, it just made it a lot more smooth and it exceeded expectations from that perspective.



We would absolutely recommend Class 101 … I honestly did not know what to expect in this process. I think it was great for my daughter to narrow the list based on her interests, her learning style, whether she wanted a large school, a smaller school, schools that did have her major.


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