Congratulations to the Applicants of 2020

Congratulations to the Applicants of 2020

Congratulations to the applicants of 2020!

As we close off on another successful application season, I’d like to take a moment to congratulate all of my 2020 applicants! I am so proud of you all and wish you the very best!

All students put a lot of hard work into their applications. Through multiple essay revisions, application proofreads, and admissions interviews, they focused on what counts in this process: demonstrating their fit for college. Their hard work definitely paid off!

Admitted to Over 40 Colleges and Universities!

This year, my students were admitted to a diverse group of 40 colleges and universities, including U.S. Ivy League, private, and public institutions, test-optional colleges, and universities in Canada and the U.K. Below is the full list.


Boston College

Brandeis University

California Institute of the Arts

Carnegie Mellon University

Columbia University

Emory University

Florida State University

Georgetown University

Harvard University

Imperial College London (UK)

Johns Hopkins University

Kansas State University

Michigan State University

New York University

Northeastern University

Northwestern University

Parsons School of Design

Penn State University

Purdue University

Rhode Island School of Design

Stanford University

Tufts University

University of British Columbia (Canada)

University of California, Berkeley

University of California, Irvine

University of California, Los Angeles

University of California, San Diego

University of California, Santa Barbara

University of Chicago

University of Colorado Boulder

University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

University of Maryland, College Park

University of Michigan

University of Notre Dame

University of Pennsylvania

University of Rhode Island

University of Rochester

University of Southern California

University of Toronto (Canada)

University of Virginia

University of Wisconsin, Madison

University of Washington

Washington University in St. Louis