May 8, 2024

Class of 2024: Senior Class Profile

Congratulations to our Class 101 Monmouth County Class of 2024! 

Thirty seniors from 19 different high schools worked through our Class 101 timeline for college research, applications and essays, test prep, and scholarships. We are incredibly proud to celebrate this year’s senior class.

Submitting applications to 99 colleges and universities in more than 25 states and Washington DC, our students earned more than $9 million in merit scholarship awards!

Among many unique Class 101 Senior Achievements:

  • *Full-ride scholarship (yes, 100% of cost covered for all 4 years!)
  • *Full-tuition scholarships
  • *Several students accepted into accelerated master degree programs
  • *D1 and D3 Committed Student-Athletes
  • *Many additional athletic, artistic, and academic awards as well as scholarships above the merit money offered by universities

The Class of 2024 continues to impress us! We know they will continue doing amazing things in their next academic chapter.

Here is the complete list of schools to which our students were accepted this year.

2024 ACCEPTANCES (bold indicates colleges they will be attending)

Adelphi University

American University

Appalachian State University

Arizona State University

Binghamton University

Boston University

Bucknell University

Campbell University

Clemson University

Coastal Carolina University

Colgate University

College of Charleston

Duquesne University

East Carolina University

Elon University

Emerson College

Fairfield University

Fashion Institute of Technology

Florida Atlantic University

Florida State University

Fordham University

George Washington University

High Point University

Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Indiana University

Indiana University – Kelley School of Business

Iona University

Ithaca College

James Madison University

Kean University

Kutztown University of Pennsylvania

La Salle University

Louisiana State University

Lynn University

Marist College

Marymount University

Mercyhurst University

Michigan State University

Millersville University of Pennsylvania

Monmouth University

Montclair State University

Muhlenberg College

North Carolina State University

Nova Southeastern University

Ohio State University

Pepperdine University

Providence College

Quinnipiac University

Ramapo College of New Jersey

Rhode Island College

Rider University

Roger Williams University

Rowan University

Rutgers University-Camden

Rutgers University-New Brunswick

Sacred Heart University

Saint Joseph’s University

San Diego State University

Savannah College of Art and Design

Seton Hall University

Stockton University

Suffolk University

Susquehanna University

Syracuse University

Temple University

The College of New Jersey

The New School

The Pennsylvania State University – Berks

The Pennsylvania State University – Main Campus

The University of Alabama

The University of Tampa

The University of Tennessee

Tulane University

Union College

University of Arizona

University of Colorado-Boulder

University of Connecticut

University of Dayton

University of Delaware

University of Florida

University of Kentucky

University of Maryland

University of Massachusetts Amherst

University of Miami

University of Mississippi

University of New Hampshire

University of North Carolina at Charlotte

University of Pittsburgh

University of Rhode Island

University of Scranton

University of South Carolina

University of Vermont

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Wake Forest University

Wagner College

West Chester University of Pennsylvania

You may also be interested in

A Year of Change and What’s Next

April 20, 2024

A Year of Change and What’s Next

It seems like every day there is a new announcement about colleges adjusting their policies for admissions. Some of these changes can be helpful for students—making the process more straightforward or removing some requirements—but the immediate aftermath of the decision can still be confusing. People ask themselves: What if I am missing something? Have there […]

Read More >
Navigating the New Era of College Admissions Tests

March 25, 2024

Navigating the New Era of College Admissions Tests

Navigating the New Era of College Admissions Tests: DIgital SAT, ACT, and CLT Explained There are few things more closely associated with the college application process than standardized tests. Loved by some, hated by others, standardized tests such as the SAT and ACT are viewed as a way to measure a prospective student’s academic capabilities […]

Read More >
Best Kept Secret in College Admissions: Developing a Strong Resume

February 22, 2024

Best Kept Secret in College Admissions: Developing a Strong Resume

A college resume is similar to the professional resume adults use. Although most high school students have yet to hold professional jobs before graduating, if they have followed our advice, they have accrued service hours, extracurricular achievements, and maybe an internship or two. The college resume is the perfect place to highlight those experiences. The […]

Read More >

Start planning for college today!