Stuart Class of 2019 College Matriculation

Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart, the all girls independent day school for PS-12, is pleased to announce the college matriculation for the Class of 2019. The 39 young women of the graduating class will be pursuing a wide range of interests at 35 different schools across the nation. Of note: students were accepted to over 120 colleges and universities in three countries (US, France, Switzerland). Thirty-eight percent will pursue a degree in STEM (4 to study engineering), and 13 percent will pursue studies in the arts. Additionally, we have one student who will attend the United States Air Force Academy. Below is the list of schools where the Stuart Class of 2019 will attend in the fall:

Boston University

Georgia Inst. of Technology

Parsons School of Design

Brown University

Howard University

Tufts University

Bryn Mawr College

Juniata College

U.S. Air Force Academy

Carnegie Mellon University

Kenyon College

Univ. of California, Berkeley

College of William and Mary

Morgan State University

Univ. of California, San Diego

Cornell University

New York University (2)

University of Kentucky

Denison University

Northwestern University

Univ. of Southern California

Drexel University (3)

Rowan University

University of the Sciences

Fordham University

Rutgers University, New Brunswick (2)

Ursinus College

Furman University

Saint Joseph's University

Vassar College

George Washington University

Sarah Lawrence College

Wheaton College

Georgetown University

School of Visual Arts

About Stuart: As the only all-girls school in Princeton, New Jersey, Stuart is uniquely positioned to provide an environment where girls in PS-12 put academics first, are willing to take risks, and explore every opportunity. Nestled on 55 wooded acres, the school’s outstanding academics and expert faculty prepare girls to pursue further studies in STEM, finance and economics, and leadership, as well as the arts, humanities, and athletics. Graduates go on to become confident, intelligent and articulate leaders for positive change in our world. Visit for more information.



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