The Class of 2018 was accepted at 244 colleges and universities, and will matriculate at 102 institutions of higher learning. But, not all students will stay in the U.S. for the next four years. They will go as far away as St Andrew’s in Scotland and Moscow State University.
Members of the class performed 3,640 hours of community service this year, with Laura McBryan and Maddie Petty receiving the Jane M. Kidder Service Award for their leadership in fostering a more caring and service-oriented community.
Members of the Class of 2018 were on five MAPL championship teams, four State Prep A championship teams, and Leah Sutphen won a state and MAPL championship in javelin. Thirty-seven graduates will have the opportunity to play NCAA collegiate sports, including nineteen of whom will do so in Division I programs.
In May of 2018, the School, led by Myles Hutcherson '18, the Cultural Competency Club, and the Community Service Club, hosted a sleep-out that raised more than $9,000 for Covenant House New Jersey, an organization that assists homeless teens.