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College Matriculation

Commonwealth graduates over the last five years (Classes of 2011–15) have attended the colleges and universities listed below. The number to the right indicates how many graduates chose each institution; keep in mind that about 35 students graduate each year.

Brown University 8
Tufts University 8
Harvard University 7
Haverford College 7
University of Chicago 7
Columbia University 6
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 6
Boston University 5
Brandeis University 5
Cornell University 5
McGill University  5
Middlebury College  5
University of Southern Calfifornia 5
Carleton College 4
Johns Hopkins University 4
Princeton University 
Smith College  
Swarthmore College  
University of Massachusetts Amherst  
Washington University in St. Louis 
Yale University 
Bowdoin College 
New York University  3
Reed College  
Wesleyan University  
Bryn Mawr College 
Northwestern University  2
Oberlin College  
Sarah Lawrence College  
Skidmore College  
University of Massachusetts Boston  
University of Pennsylvania  
University of Rochester 
University of Toronto  
Wellesley College  
Worcester Polytechnic University  
American University 
Amherst College  1
Barnard College  
Bates College  
Carnegie Mellon University  
Case Western Reserve University  
Clark University  
Connecticut College  
Dartmouth College  
Duke University  
Eckerd College  
Emerson College  
Georgetown University  
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology  
Macalester College  
Maryland Institute College of Art  
Mount Holyoke College  
New College of Florida  
Northeastern University  
Pitzer College  
Pomona College  
Quinnipiac College 
Rhode Island School of Design 
Rochester Institute of Technology 
Royal Academy of Music 
Saint John's College (NM) 
School of the Art Institute of Chicago 
Spelman College 
Stanford University 
University of Connectcut 
University of Oxford 
University of Saint Andrews 
Vanderbilt University  
Vassar College  
Wheelock College  
Williams College  

Senior Perri Wilson's research paper has been selected for publication in the winter edition of The Concord Review.
Tito Jackson, Boston City Councillor for District 7, will present at Commonwealth School this Thursday, October 13.

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