Outcome Reports

Class of 2023 Profile

  • Sravan Kodali (Stanford University) was awarded a Cameron Impact Scholarship. The Cameron Impact Scholarship is a four-year, full-tuition, merit-based undergraduate scholarship awarded annually to the top 10-15 exceptional high school students who have demonstrated excellence in academics, extracurricular activities, leadership and community service.
  • Kodali and Logan Roueche (Lehigh University) were recognized as National Merit Semifinalists.
  • Luke DeLorenzo (Purdue University); Finn Doyle (Princeton University); Hana Kang (Cornell University); Anna Kelly (George Washington University); Mark Khairallah, (Hamilton College); Blake Savage (Cornell University); Mary Sullivan (University of Notre Dame) and Lukas Ward (University of Pittsburgh) were recognized as National Merit Commended Students.
  • Nine students were accepted to Ivy League Schools; Six students will be attending Ivy League schools in the fall including: Ben Carrick, Hana Kang and Blake Savage, Cornell University; Finn Doyle, Princeton University and Will Harrigan and Emily Jones, Columbia University.
  • Average ACT Score-31; 109 out of 125 students in the class took an AP Course (87.2 %); Total number of AP Courses taken is 489.
  • Total Merit Aid: $31,503,340.00; 81 students (65%) received a scholarship to the school they plan to attend; Six full paid scholarships; Average scholarship for the school they plan to attend: $104,288.00.
  • During the 2022-23 school year, the Class of 2023 completed over 6,000 service hours (equivalent to 2.8 years of 40-hour weeks of service).
  • Five Scholastic Writing Award Winners
  • Five Scholastic Art Award Winners.
  • Ten student-athletes will be continuing their intercollegiate careers at Division I institutions next fall. Luke Boule’ (University of Albany, baseball); Grace Fletcher (Marist College, track & field); Will Harrigan (Columbia University, baseball); Andrew Kohlbrenner (Marquette University, lacrosse); Joseph Papa (St. Joe’s University, lacrosse); Lloyd Ziparo (Boston Univeristy, lacrosse); Amarri Pitts (Central Connecticut State, football); Jordan Rae (University of Albany, football); Casey Vaughn (Siena College, baseball); Giselle Vlassis (Lehigh University, tennis).
  • NYSHSAA Scholar-Athlete School of Distinction-26 varsity teams achieved a cumulative GPA of 90 percent or higher during their sports season. Three Sectional Championships; 10 League Championships.