The class of 2018 was accepted into close to 40 college, universities and trade schools!
100% of students who applied to college were accepted into multiple institutions.
The College and Career Counseling office works with each student and their family to feel empowered to make informed choices that will honor and serve students’ interests and talents. The process is an extension of our career exploration program, which allows each student to explore his/her intellectual and creative strengths, passions and commitments, and unique identity. As a reflective and independent thinker and decision maker, each student finds the right post-secondary option. Nazareth Prep students do not fit into any one mold, and this individuality is reflected in college and career choices. Currently about 85% of our students pursued or as planning to pursue a traditional college pathway. Another 10% pursue pre-apprentice programs with our valued intern partners or one of the trades and 10% enter directly into the workforce through an intern partner.
Some of the functions of our College and Career Counseling office are: educating students and parents about colleges and our career clusters, leading college visits (16 in 2016-17), the college admissions process, trends, procedures, and testing; advising and supporting students and families as they go through the process; and helping students and families aspire realistically and choose wisely.
The Director of College & Career Counseling meets with juniors and seniors, individually and in groups, to talk about the process and individual college choices and other post-secondary options. The Director of College and Career Counseling also advises 9th and 10th graders on curricular choices. All students are asked to predict their post-secondary pathway and career-cluster interest at the end of 10th grade to guide class choices, dual enrollment options and internships junior and senoir year.
Nazareth Prep gladly welcomes admission representatives to campus each fall and spring Learn how a group of diverse students with four years of work experience can become the leaders on your campus by visiting us today! To arrange an on-campus visit please be in touch with Mr. Aaron Chapman.
2018 Acceptance List
Pitt Bradford Campus
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Harrisburg University of Science and Tech
Pitt Honors College, University of Pittsburgh
Washington & Jefferson College
California University of PA
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Robert Morris University
La Roche College
Lincoln University of PA
St. John's College
Ohio Valley School of Nursing
St. Vincent College
Penn State Beaver
Penn State Greater Allegheny and Beaver
University of Akron