• SENIOR SURVEY CLASS OF 2001
    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 2001 continued the Oak Park tradition of receiving tremendous recognition from colleges and universities throughout the country! In an exit survey administered to our 187 graduating seniors, the following statistics were collected. Column abbreviations break out the data as follows: Accepted = the number of Oak Park seniors who reported that they were accepted by this school; Attending = 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:
    •  A total of 121 seniors reported that they had been accepted to at least one four-year college/university. Which is 64.70% of the senior class.
    • A total of 109 are attending four-year colleges/universities, or 58.28% of the senior class.
    • A total of 74 are attending junior/community colleges, or 39.5% of the senior class.
    • A total of 183 are attending four-year colleges/universities or junior colleges. Which is 97.86% of the senior class.
    • 2 students plan to work full-time; 1 will be departing for an LDS mission; 1 will be attending a trade school. The total for this group is 4, which represents 2.13% of the senior class.
    • A total of 77(of those attending either four-year colleges/universities or junior colleges), are staying in California. Which is 41.17% of the senior class.
    • A total of 32 (of those attending either four-year colleges/universities or junior colleges), are planning to attend school out-of-state. Which is 17.11%.

    COLLEGE PREPARATORY STATUS:

    • 156 students reported that they had completed the UC "a-f" course pattern, or 83.42% of the senior class.
    • 31students reported that they had not completed the UC "a-f" course pattern, or 16.57% of the senior class.

    FOUR-YEAR COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY BREAKDOWN:

                  UC & CSU

    • 38 are attending UC schools, or 20.32% of the senior class.
    • 22 are attending CSU schools, or 11.76% of the senior class.
    • 60 are attending either UC or CSU schools, or 32.08% of the senior class.
    • 81 seniors reported that had been accepted by at least one UC school, or 43.31% of the senior class.

    Private Schools

    • 30 are attending private schools (both California & out-of-state), or 16.04% of the senior class.

    Public Schools

    • 79 are attending public schools (both California & out-of-state), or 42.24% of the senior class.

    California Schools

    • 77 are attending California schools (both public & private), or 41.17% of the senior class.

    Out-Of-State Schools

    • 32 are attending out of state schools (both public & private), or 17.11% of the senior class.

    JUNIOR/COMMUNITY COLLEGE BREAKDOWN:

    • 72 are attending California community colleges, or 38.5% of the senior class.
    • 2 are attending out-of-state junior/community colleges, or 1.06% of the senior class.
    • 46 students reported that they had completed the UC "a-f" course pattern, but still chose to attend a junior/community college. Which is 24.59% 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. Which is 8.55% of the senior class.
    • 46 students reported that they had completed the UC "a-f" course pattern, but still chose to attend a junior/community college. Which is 24.59% of the senior class.  


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Last Modified on May 11, 2012