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Class of 2013 Accomplishments


Class Size: 37

ACT Score: 27.0

SAT Score: 2090 

 

  • 27 Advanced Placement Scholars
  • 23 National Honor Society Members
  • $3.6  million was offered in scholarships to the Class of 2013
  • 89% of the Class of 2013 received college scholarships
  • The Class of 2013 were accepted for admission to 54 colleges in 25 states
  • They will be attending 18 colleges in 10 different states and provinces;   49% out-of-state and 49% in private colleges 
  • UNL Math Day State Runner Up
  • One National Merit Finalist & One National Merit Semi-Finalist
  • Class B State Bowling and Baseball  Runner Up
  • Academic Decathlon State Runner Up
  • Class B State Cross Country State Champions 

 


Students from the Class of 2013 were accepted at: 

Creighton University, Benedictine College, Southwest Minnesota State, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Saint John’s University, Saint Louis University, University of Denver, Georgia Institute of Technology, University of California-Berkeley, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign, Iowa State University, Doane College, Hastings College, Rockhurst University, South Dakota School of Mines & Technology, University of Nebraska-Omaha, Avila University, Briar Cliff University, Boston University, Boston College, George Washington University, University of California-Davis, University of California-Santa Barbara, University of California-San Diego, University of Rochester, University of Southern California, University of Saint Thomas, Colorado School of Mines, Nebraska Wesleyan University, Texas A & M, Ohio State University, University of Missouri, Bates College, Grinnell College, Reed College, Oregon State University, University of Missouri-Columbia, University of Kansas, California Polytechnic University, Rensselaer Polytechnic University, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, University of Loyola-Chicago, Quincy University, University of Dallas, Emory University, University of California-Los Angeles, Vanderbilt University, Carnegie Mellon University, Pratt Institute, Southern California Institute of Architecture, Syracuse University, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, Kansas State University, University of Iowa, Marquette University, University of Nebraska-Kearney, Santa Clara University, University of San Diego, Missouri University of Science and Technology