May 29, 2020

MPCS Class of 2020 Stats

MPCS Class of 2020 Stats

 

The Class of 2020 is composed of 112 students who have been accepted to 91 of the nation's finest colleges and universities, 53 public and 40 private. Fifty-six students will attend 16 in-state schools. Acceptances also include 75 out-of-state schools across 12 states, where 53 graduates have chosen to attend. Eighteen students have chosen to attend a Christian college. The top five college choices are Auburn University, University of Georgia, Kennesaw State University, University of North Georgia, and Samford University. Highly-selective schools our seniors will attend include Emory University, Georgia Tech, University of Georgia, Florida State University, Princeton University, New York University, Vanderbilt University, Clemson University, Ohio State University, and Virginia Tech.

 

All in all, our grads have been offered more than $8.4 million dollars of combined academic, arts, and athletic scholarship funds, which does NOT include HOPE/Zell scholarship funding! Wow! A senior parade will be held on campus this Sunday, with staff and senior families celebrating along the parade route, cheering on our seniors from a safe distance. Though we will hold our official Commencement ceremony on July 11, we now offer our huge congratulations to the MPCS Class of 2020 for your tremendous accomplishments! 

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Announcements

October 8 - Lower School Parent Meeting

Zoom Call, 7:00 p.m.

October 14 - Preschool Picture Day

PK3 and PK4

October 14 - PSAT

For Juniors

October 15 - Fall Band and Orchestra Concert

6:00 p.m. and 7:15 p.m., Murray Arts Center, Kristi Lynn Theatre
*Limited seating with free reserved ticket

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