• SENIOR SURVEY CLASS OF 2003
    SENIOR POST GRADUATION SURVEY RESULTS &
    COLLEGE ACCEPTANCE STATISTICS
     
    This annual survey is taken the last week of school just prior to graduation.  It is primarily a self-reporting survey done by seniors to provide a picture of where our graduates will be attending college.  It has been established to be a fairly accurate picture of the college plans of a graduating class.  

    The Oak Park Class of 2003 continued the Oak Park tradition of receiving tremendous recognition from colleges and universities throughout the country! In an exit survey administered to our 238 graduating seniors, the following statistics were collected. Column abbreviations break out the data as follows: Accptd. = the number of Oak Park seniors who reported that they were accepted by this school; Attndg. = the number of seniors who reported that they have committed to attend this school; Avg.AP/C/H = the average number of AP, College and Honors courses taken by the student(s) who will be attending this school. It should be noted that all data is based on information provided by the students themselves. 

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    SENIOR STATISTICAL OVERVIEW:
    • Out of a total of 238 graduating seniors, 152 reported that they had been accepted to at least one  four-year college/university.  This is 63.86% of the senior class.

    •  A total of 140 are attending four-year colleges/universities, or 58.82% of the senior class.

    •  A total of 91 are attending junior/community colleges, or 38.23% of the senior class.

    •  A total of 227 are attending four-year colleges/universities or junior colleges, this is 95.37% of the senior class.

    • 4 students plan to work full time; 7 will be attending a trade school.  The total for this group is 11, which represents 4.62% of the senior class. 

    • A total of 180 (of those attending either four-year colleges/universities or junior colleges), are staying in California, this is 75.63% of the senior class.  

    • A total of 35 (of those attending either four-year colleges/universities or junior colleges), are planning to attend school out-of-state, this is 14.70% of the senior class. 

    COLLEGE PREPARATORY STATUS:

    • 198 students reported that they had completed the UC “a-g” course pattern, or 83.19% of the senior class.  

    • 20 students reported that they had not completed the UC “a-g” course pattern, or 8.40% of the senior class.

     FOUR–YEAR COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY BREAKDOWN:

    •  46 students are attending UC schools, or 19.74% of the senior class. 

    •  26 students are attending CSU schools, or 10.92% of the senior class. 

    •  86 students reported that they had been accepted by at least one UC School, or 36.13% of the senior class.

    Private Schools:

    •  39 students are attending private schools (both California and out-of-state), or 16.38% of the senior class.

     Public Schools:

    •  88 students are attending public schools (both California and out-of-state), or 36.97% of the senior class.

     California Schools:

    •  100 students are attending California schools (both public and private), or 42.01% of the senior class.

     Out-of-state Schools:

    •  35 students are attending out of state schools (both public and private), or 14.70% of the senior class. 

     JUNIOR/COMMUNITY COLLEGE BREAKDOWN:

    •  90 students are attending California community colleges, or 37.81% of the senior class.

    • 1 student is attending an out-of-state junior/community college, or .042% of the senior class. 

    • 66 students reported that they had completed the UC “a-g” course pattern, but still chose to attend a junior/community college.  This is 27.73% of the senior class. 

    • 16 students reported that they had been accepted to at least one four-year school, but still chose to attend a junior/community college.  This is 6.72% of the senior class. 


    In State Schools

    Accptd.

    Attndg.

    Avg.AP/C/H

    Out of State Schools

    Accptd.

    Attndg.

    Avg.AP/C/H

    Cal Poly Pomona

    6

    1

    5

    Abilene Christian University

    1

     

     

    Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

    23

          7

    7.45

    Adrian University

    1

     

     

    California College of Arts and Crafts

    1

    1

    5

    Augsburg College

    1

     

     

    California Lutheran University

    2

    2

           5.6

    American University

    1

    1

    4

    Chapman University

         12

    4

           7

    Amherst

    1

     

     

    Claremont McKenna College

    4

    4

    10.75

    Arizona State

    12

    2

    1

    CSU Channel Islands

    2

    2

     

    Berklee School Of Music

    1

    1

     

    CSU Chico

          5

    2

          4.5

    Boston College

    1

     

     

    CSU Dominguez Hills

    1

     

     

    Boston University

    2

    1

     

    CSU Fresno

    3

     

     

    Boston Architectural Center

    1

    1

     

    CSU Fullerton

          3

     

     

    Brandeis University

    1

    1

    9

    CSU Humboldt

    1

    1

    5

    Brigham Young University

    1

    1

    4

    CSU Long Beach

    17

    1

     

    Catholic University of America

    1

    1

    11

    CSU Monterey Bay

    5

     

     

    Clemson

    1

     

     

    CSU Northridge

    22

    9

    3.25

    Colby

    1

     

     

    CSU San Jose

    1

     

     

    Columbia

    1

     

     

    CSU San Marcos

    1

     

     

    Daniel Webster

    1

     

     

    CSU Sonoma

    8

     

     

    Dartmouth

    2

     

     

    Harvey Mudd College

    1

     

     

    Denison

    1

     

     

    Loyola Marymount

    4

    4

    3.5

    Freed-Hardeman University

    1

    1

     

    Mount St. Mary's

    1

    1

    2

    Georgetown

    1

     

     

    Occidental

    5

     

     

    Hampton University

    1

     

     

    Pepperdine

    4

          3

    4.5

    Harvard

    2

    1

    14

    Pitzer

    1

     

     

    Hawaii Pacific

    1

     

     

    San Diego State

    21

    3

    5.5

    Iowa State

    1

    1

     

    San Francisco State

    11

     

     

    Indiana State

    1

     

     

    Santa Clara

    1

    1

    16

    John Hopkins University

    1

     

     

    Stanford

    2

     

     

    Lewis and Clark

    2

    1

    8

    UC Berkeley

    16

    6

    11.5

    Maryville University

    1

     

     

    UC Davis

    28

    3

    6

    Middlebury

    1

     

     

    UC Irvine

    37

    6

    6

    Montana State

    1

     

     

    UCLA

    23

    9

    11

    New York University

    1

     

     

    UC Riverside

    20

    1

    9

    Northern Arizona University

    1

     

     

    UC San Diego

         27

    5

    8.5

    Northwestern of Ohio

    1

    1

    1

    UC Santa Barbara

    42

    10

    7.22

    Notre Dame

    1

    1

    14

    UC Santa Cruz

    20

    6

    4.66

    Oberlin

           2 

    1

    9

    University of the Pacific

          1

     

     

    Ohio State

    1

     

     

    University of the Redlands

          4

      

         

    Pennsylvania State

    2

    1

    2

    University of Southern California

    16

    6

    10.3

    Rhode Island School of Design

    1

     

     

    University of San Diego

    2

     

     

    Rhode Island Tech.

    1

     

     

    Westmont College

    2

     

     

    Southern Methodist University

    1

    1

    10

    Woodbury

    1

          1

    1

    Tufts

    1

     

     

    Junior/Community College

     

    Attndg

     

    Tulane

    1

    1

    12

    Front Range Community

     

    1

     

    University of Arizona

    10

    8

    4.28

    Grossmont

     

    1

     

    University of Colorado, Boulder

    4

    1

    4

    Mira Mesa Junior College

     

    3

     

    University of Hartford

    1

    1

     

    Moorpark

     

    72

     

    University of Hawaii

    1

     

     

    Oxnard College

     

    1

     

    University of Illinois

    1

     

     

    Pierce

     

    1

     

    University of Massachusetts

    1

     

     

    Santa Barbara City College

     

    4

     

    University of Michigan

    1

     

     

    Santa Monica City College

     

          4

     

    University of Missouri

    1

     

     

    Ventura College

     

          2

     

    University of Oregon

    1

     

     

    Trade School:

     

     

     

    University of Pennsylvania

    2

    1

    14

    Devry

     

    1

     

    University of Pittsburgh

    1

     

     

    Learning Tree University

     

    1

     

    University of South Virginia

    1

     

     

    Le  Cordon Bleau

     

    1

     

    University of Washington

    1

     

     

    Fashion Inst. of Design & Merch.

     

    1

     

    University of Wisconsin

    1

     

     

    Simi Valley Adult Ed.

     

    1

     

    Utah State

    1

    1

    1

    Vidal Sassoon

     

    1

     

    Vassar College

    1

     

     

    West Valley Occupational Center

     

    1

     

    Virginia Tech

    1

     

     

    Working Full-Time:

     

    4

     

    Washington State University

    1

    1

    7

     

     

     

     

    Webster University

    1

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Western Washington University

    1

     

     

     

     

     

     

    William and Mary

    1

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Yale

    3

    2

    12

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Last Modified on May 22, 2012