Class of 2014 By the Numbers

Head of School George Moore and Upper School Director Jason Mundy honored, celebrated, and conferred diplomas upon Alexander Dawson School’s 44th class on Saturday, May 24 in front of family, friends, faculty, and alumni.

Members of Dawson’s 44th graduating class will attend Middlebury (2), St. Thomas, CU-Boulder (5), Colorado State (2), Wellesley, Reed, Harvard (2), Santa Clara (2), Regis, Drexel, Chapman, Elon, Lafayette, Tufts, British Columbia, Kansas State, Missouri, Babson, Eckerd, Cornell College, University of Miami, Cal Lutheran, Yale, Lewis & Clark, SMU, Puget Sound, Bucknell, Davidson, Occidental, Carleton, Northeastern, and Dartmouth.

3 - Graduates who will be playing on the NCAA level
4 - Number of Dawson “Lifers”
7 – Students plan to take either half-year or full gap year experiences
9 - Number of scholarships awarded to a single student (totaling $428,800)
21 - Number of seniors earning $50,000-plus in total scholarship awards
27.5 - Mean ACT score
33 - Number of seniors receiving merit scholarships
45 - Numbers of students in the Class of 2015
83 - Total number of scholarships offered
308 - Number of completed college applications
1839 - Mean SAT (2400) score
$3,723,110 - Total amount of scholarship awards earned by the Class of 2014

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  • Class of 2013 By the Numbers

    3-Graduates who will playing sports on the NCAA level next year
    6 -Number of Dawson “Lifers”
    12-Number of scholarships awarded to a single student (totaling $156,600)
    24-Number of seniors earning $50,000-plus in scholarship awards
    27.5-Average ACT score
    20-Number of seniors receiving merit scholarships
    38-Numbers of students in the Class of 2012
    50-Total number of scholarships offered
    305- Number of college applications sent
    1902-Average SAT (2400) score
    $2,630,136-Total amount of scholarship awards earned by the Class of 2013
    American University, Arizona State University, University of Arizona, Bard College, Beloit College, Bentley University, Boston University, Brandeis University, Brown University, Bucknell University, University of California at San Diego, University of California at Santa Barbara, Chapman University, Claremont McKenna College, Clark University, Coastal Carolina University, University of Colorado at Boulder, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, Colorado School of Mines, Colorado State University, Creighton University, Dartmouth College, Davidson College, University of Denver, Dickinson College, Elon University, Emory University, Franklin and Marshall College, Grinnell College, Hobart, William, and Smith College, Johns Hopkins University, University of Kansas, Kenyon College, Lafayette College, Lake Forest College, Lawrence University, Lehigh University, Lewis and Clark College, Loyola Marymount University, Macalester College, Marist College, University of Mary Washington, Metropolitan State University of Denver, University of Miami, Montana State University at Bozeman, University of Nebraska at Lincoln, University of New Mexico, New York University, Northeastern University, Northern Arizona University, Northwestern University, Occidental College, Princeton University, University of Puget Sound, Reed College, Regis University, University of Richmond, University of Rochester, University of San Diego, University of San Francisco, Santa Clara University, University of Southern California, Southern Methodist University, Stanford University, Swarthmore College, Syracuse University, Texas Christian University, Tufts University, Vassar College, Villanova University, University of Virginia, wake Forest University, Washington University in St. Louis, Wesleyan University, Western Washington University, Whitman College, Williams College, and College of Wooster
  • Class of 2012 By the Numbers

    1-Least number of applications sent by a student
    5-Graduates who will playing sports on the NCAA level in golf, tennis, soccer, cross country and basketball
    6 -Number of Dawson “Lifers”
    24-Number of seniors earning $50,000-plus in scholarship awards
    25-Number of scholarships awarded to a single student
    27-Average ACT score
    31-Most number of applications sent by a student
    34-Number of seniors receiving merit scholarships
    44-Numbers of students in the Class of 2012
    112-Total number of scholarships offered
    434- Number of college applications sent
    1831-Average SAT (2400) score (including a perfect score!)
    $4,154,450-Total amount of scholarship awards earned by the Class of 2012

Classes of 2012 - 2014 Selected List of College Acceptances and Matriculation (in bold)

Academy of Art University
American University (2)
Arizona State University
Babson College
Bard College (2)
Baylor University
Beloit College
Bennington College
Boston University
Bowdoin College
Brandeis University
Brown University
Bucknell University (2)
California Lutheran University
California Polytech State U (2)
Carleton College
Chapman University (3)
Claremont McKenna College
Clemson University
Colorado College
Colorado School of Mines
Colorado State University (4)
Columbia University
Cornell College
Creighton University
Dartmouth College (2)
Davidson College
Dickinson College
Dickinson State University
Drexel University (2)
Eckerd College
Elon University (4)
Emerson College
Emory University (1)
Florida Institute of Technology
Grinnell College
Hamilton College - NY
Harvard College
Hendrix College
Hobart and Williams Smith Colleges (2)
Iowa State University
Ithaca College
Johns Hopkins University (3)
Kansas State University
Lafayette College (3)
Lake Forest College
Lawrence University
Lehigh University
Lewis & Clark College
Loyola Marymount University (3)
Marist College
McGill University
Metropolitan State U of Denver
Miami University, Oxford
Middlebury College
Montana State U - Bozeman (2)
Northeastern University
Northwestern University (2)
Occidental College (2)
Oregon State University
Princeton University (3)
Purdue University
Reed College
Regis University (2)
Rollins College
Santa Clara University (4)
Santa Fe U of Art & Design
Skidmore College
Southern Methodist Univ (4)
Stanford University
Texas Christian University
Trinity University
Tufts University (3)
Univ. of British Columbia
University of California - Irvine
University of California - San Diego
University of California – Santa Barbara
University of Chicago
Univ of Colorado at Boulder (5)
University of Denver (4)
University of Miami
University of Michigan
University of Missouri
University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Univ of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
University of Notre Dame
Univ. of Puget Sound
University of Rochester
University of San Francisco
University of St. Thomas
University of Vermont
Vassar College
Villanova University
Wake Forest University
Wellesley College
Wheaton College MA
Whittier College
Williams College
Yale University