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College Matriculation

Commonwealth graduates over the last five years (2010-2014) 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.

Haverford College10
Tufts University9
Brown University7
University of Chicago
Carleton College6
Columbia University6
Harvard University5
Johns Hopkins University5
Massachusetts Insrtitute of Technology5
McGill University5
Middlebury College5
Wesleyan University5
Amherst College4
Boston University4
New York University4
Smith College4
University of Southern California4
Washington University in St. Louis
Barnard College3
Brandeis University3
Bryn Mawr College3
Cornell University3
Princeton University3
Reed College3
Swarthmore College3
University of Pennsylvania3
Wellesley College3
Yale University3
Bates College2
Bowdoin College2
Carnegie Mellon University2
Mount Holyoke College2
Oberlin College2
Sarah Lawrence College2
University of Massachusetts Amherst2
University of Rochester2
University of Saint Andrews2
Worcester Polytechnic Institute2
American University1
Case Western Reserve University1
City University of New York Macaulay Honors College1
Connecticut College1
Duke University1
Eckerd College1
Emerson College1
Georgetown University1
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology1
Macalester College1
Maryland Institute College of Art1
Northeastern University1
Northwestern University1
Pitzer College1
Quinnipiac University1
Rhode Island School of Design1
Rochester Institute of Technology1
Saint John's College1
School of Art Institute of Chicago1
Skidmore College1
Spelman College1
Stanford University1
Temple University1
University of Connecticut1
University of Massachusetts Boston1
University of Oxford1
University of Richmond1
University of Toronto1
Vanderbilt University1
Wheelock College1
Williams College1

In the 2015 Massachusetts Regional Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, 18 Commonwealth students received 34 awards. The awards program, coordinated by the Boston Globe and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, received more than 16,000 entries this year. Gold Key winners will be entered in the national competition.
Senior Daniel Albert-Rozenberg of Cambridge and junior Lee Radics of Norfolk sang in the All-District Chorus at the Massachusetts Music Educators Association Eastern District Festival on January 9 and 10. Students are chosen by audition for the All-District ensembles. Daniel and Lee sing in the Commonwealth Chorus and Chorale; Lee is a soprano and Daniel is a tenor.

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