Class of 2024 College Acceptances (as of December 18, 2023)

Class of 2024 College Acceptances (as of December 18, 2023)
Sarah Gifford

My favorite part of the year is here. I’m not referencing Winter Break; I’m speaking about the early application decision season. In the last few weeks of each calendar year, seniors began receiving responses from colleges and universities where they applied via early decision or action.

As of this week, Post Oak seniors have been admitted into 34 colleges and universities. Three students have been accepted via early decision or Restricted Early Action (see the list below). Also, this year, our first student was admitted to Yale University. 

We’ve had many seniors admitted to honors programs at their respective colleges. Our seniors have been offered $2.1 million dollars in merit-based scholarships from the universities where they were admitted, and a few are competing for a full-ride scholarship.

Congratulations to the Class of 2024! Be on the lookout for more admissions news in the spring.

College Acceptances (as of December 18, 2023)

  • Bard College  
  • Baylor University  
  • Berry College  
  • Clarkson University  
  • Coastal Carolina University  
  • Colorado School of Mines  
  • Columbia College Chicago
  • Fort Lewis College  
  • Hollins University  
  • Hult International Business School, London
  • Indiana University Bloomington
  • Lake Forest College  
  • Lewis & Clark College   
  • Louisiana State University  
  • The New School  
  • Pace University
  • Rider University  
  • Robert Morris University  
  • Saint Mary’s College of California  
  • Savannah College of Art and Design  
  • Texas A&M University  
  • Texas Christian University  
  • Trinity University  
  • University of Arizona  
  • University of Denver  
  • University of Oregon  
  • University of the Pacific  
  • University of San Francisco  
  • University of St. Thomas  
  • The University of Texas at Dallas  
  • University of Wyoming  
  • Wellesley College  
  • West Virginia University  
  • Yale University  

Bold designates early decision or Restricted Early Action

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