West Orange, New Jersey, June 16, 2014; The West Orange High School class of 2014 have been accepted to three hundred and four, (304) colleges across the country and in Canada, as reported by the West Orange High School guidance department.
Students at West Orange High School are well prepared for post secondary educational opportunities as they are provided with a rigorous educational curriculum, a myriad of Honors and Advanced Placement courses, hundreds of extracurricular activities, arts and athletic teams to participate in, and leadership and community service opportunities within the district, and the region. All of these educational, civic, social, artistic and athletic experiences are what colleges and universities look for in a first choice student for their school communities.
West Orange High School is a community where dozens of cultures, races, religious and socio-economic groups, learn, work and play together as one family of West Orange Mountaineers. The West Orange Mountaineer mission of educating the whole student in a cohesive multi-cultural environment, results in an educational experience that is much desired at colleges and universities across the nation.
“We are extremely proud of our 2014 graduates and confident that they will excel in their future endeavors,” says West Orange High School Principal Hayden Moore. “We have prepared them to be lifelong learners and taught them to understand that they can achieve beyond what they may have thought possible.”
The complete list of colleges and universities acceptances of the graduating class of 2014 may be found by visiting this link; http://www.woboe.org/Pages/WOHS-Where-are-they-going-2014.aspx.
Students have chosen to attend schools as diverse as the Academy of Art University, Boston University, University of California, University of Pennsylvania, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, McGill University, University of Miami, Northeastern University, Parsons The New School for Design, Penn State University, Princeton University, Syracuse University, Temple University, and the United States Naval Academy and Air Force Training Academy.
Over one hundred and fifty (150) West Orange Mountaineers have chosen to remain in New Jersey to attend schools such as Rutgers University, Montclair University, Seton Hall, Monmouth University, Fairleigh Dickenson and New Jersey Institute of Technology.
Congratulations to all of our college bound West Orange Mountaineers!
Image Caption: Class of 2014 ‘Where Are They Going” board on display is quickly filling up with student’s decisions of where they will attend school in the fall