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Several Top Tier schools will find Nease High School IB graduates in their classrooms this fall. Prestigious universities such as Cornell, Harvard, Princeton, Penn, Yale, Duke and MIT were among the top institutions who vied for these 2014 seniors. Hard work and dedication certainly paid off for the following student scholars, Diksha Brahmbhatt, Madison Stenzel, Lily Dove, Lauren Hsu, Karen Xiang, Andri Kokoshi, Nick Leisle and R.J.Cunio when several of the most highly regarded schools in the country issued the exciting news of their acceptance. Other esteemed schools granting entrance to these IB students include Babson, Davidson, Emory, Georgetown, Rice University, UF, Vassar and Washington University in St. Louis.
These seniors will certainly have some big decisions to make in the near future. Many are traveling in the next couple of weeks to re-visit these impressive schools. Kim Hollis, IB Coordinator at Nease said, “I am thrilled with the choices that our IB Class of 2014 have for college this year. This is a remarkable group of students who are bright and talented and I am going to miss them!”.
Each year IB students receive top honors and recognition from some of the best universities in the country. The IB Program is a rigorous, two-year internationally-based program of curriculum and service that meets the needs of highly motivated secondary students, providing a comprehensive and integrated approach to learning. Students prepare for this program through Nease’s Pre-IB Program for freshmen and sophomore years. The primary objective of the IB Program is to provide a world-class education that prepares students with the intellectual, social, and critical perspectives necessary for college and beyond.