May 24, 2022

MPCS Class of 2022 Honors

MPCS Class of 2022 Honors

 

The MPCS class of 2022 is comprised of 101 students who have been accepted into some of the nation’s finest colleges, universities, and military academies. Out of this class, 27 are "lifers" having spent their entire school careers on our campus since preschool or Kindergarten. 

Click below to WATCH THE VIDEO from our "lifers:" Valedictorian Steven Baker and Salutatorian Sarah McCune.

Click to learn about the MPCS experience by our "lifers" from the class of 2022.

Students have received acceptances into 108 institutions of higher education, including 19 in-state schools and 89 out-of-state schools. Of the 108 college acceptances, 58 are public schools and 50 are private schools — 20 of which are Christian colleges and universities: Baylor University, Belmont University, Berry College, Birmingham-Southern College, Carson-Newman University, Cedarville University, Covenant College, Edward Waters University, Florida Memorial University, High Point University, Lee University, Lipscomb University, Loyola University-Chicago, Loyola University-New Orleans, Newberry College, Olivet Nazarene University, Samford University, Texas Christian University, University of Tulsa, Young Harris College.

The class of 2022 final choice college submissions indicate that 49 students have chosen in-state schools as final college choices, and 51 students have chosen out-of-state schools: Alabama, Florida, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia. Seven students have chosen to attend a Christian College: Birmingham-Southern College, Carson-Newman University, High Point University, Lee University, Samford University, and University of Tulsa.

The top five colleges that the MPCS class of 2022 will attend are Kennesaw State University (15 students), Auburn University (9 students), Samford University (9 students), the University of Georgia (8 students), and the Georgia Institute of Technology (4 students). 

Of all scholarship funds reported, students earned a combined $7.2 million in merit-based, United States Military Academy, performing/visual arts, or athletic scholarship monies. Forty-eight students will receive merit-based academic achievement scholarships; two performing and visual arts students will receive scholarships; and 15 students will receive athletic scholarships. Additionally, students earned an estimated $3.4 million dollars of HOPE/Zell scholarship funding, with a grand total of an estimated $10.6 million dollars of scholarship funding for the class of 2022.

Appalachian State University

Auburn University*

Augusta University^

Baylor University*

Belmont University*

Berry College*^

Birmingham-Southern University^

Bradley University*

Brenau University*^

Carson-Newman University^

Cedarville University*

Central Carolina Technical College

Clark Atlanta University*

Clemson University*

Cleveland Community College^

Coastal Carolina University*

College of Charleston*

Colorado Mountain College

Covenant College

Duke University

Eckerd College

Elon University*

Furman University*

Georgia College

Georgia Institute of Technology^

Georgia Southern University*

Georgia State University*

Hampton University

High Point University

Howard University*

Indiana University-Bloomington

Kansas State University

Kennesaw State University^

Lander University

Lee University*

Lipscomb University

Louisiana State University*

Loyola University-Chicago*

Loyola University-New Orleans*

Mercer University*

Miami University-Ohio*

Michigan State University

Mississippi State University*

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University

North Carolina State University

Northwestern University

Oglethorpe University*

Olivet Nazarene University*

Pennsylvania State University

Piedmont University^

Purdue University

Ringling College of Art and Design*~

Rollins College^

Samford University*

Savannah College of Art and Design*~

Spelman College

Syracuse University

Texas A&M University

Texas Christian University*

The Citadel

Tulane University*

University of Alabama*

University of Alabama-Birmingham*

University of Central Florida

University of Florida

University of Georgia*^

University of Kentucky*

University of Miami*

University of Michigan

University of Mississippi*

University of North Carolina-Charlotte

University of North Carolina-Wilmington

University of North Georgia*

University of Pittsburgh*

University of South Carolina*

University of South Carolina-Sumter

University of Tennessee-Knoxville*

University of Tulsa*

University of Virginia

University of West Georgia^

Vassar College*^

Virginia Military Institute

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University*

Wake Forest University*

Wingate University*

Xavier University-New Orleans*

Young Harris College

 

*Denotes Academic Scholarship

^Denotes College Athletes

~Denotes Art Scholarship


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July 12 - Lower School New Family Zoom Meeting, 7:00 p.m.

July 14 - Lower School New Family Game Night, 6:30-7:30 p.m.

July 14 - PK/TK New Family Popsicles and Play Night, 6:30-7:15 p.m.

Sewell Cottage

July 14 - PK/TK New Family Popsicles and Play Night, 6:30-7:15 p.m.

Sewell Cottage

July 18 - PK/TK New and Returning Families Zoom Meeting, 7:00 p.m.

July 26-27 - High School Parking Assignments

July 30 - Senior Spots Painting Day

August 1 - PMI UP, 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

New Student Orientation, Grades 10-12
Murray Innovation Center, Graham Commons

August 1 - PMI UP, 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

New Student Orientation, Grades 10-12
Murray Innovation Center, Graham Commons

August 5 - K-Day, Lower School 101, Middle School 101, High School 101

August 5 - High School Social, 5:00-6:00 p.m.

Dozier Circle

August 5 - High School Social, 5:00-6:00 p.m.

Dozier Circle

August 8 - PK/TK Meet and Greet, 1:00-3:00 p.m.

Sewell Cottage

August 8 - PK/TK Meet and Greet, 1:00-3:00 p.m.

Sewell Cottage

August 9 - Back-2-School Night, 3:30-6:30 p.m.

August 11 - First Day of School, 7:50 a.m.

August 15 - Preschool/TK and Lower School Parent Orientation, 5:30 p.m.

August 16-17 - Picture Day

August 16 - High School Parent Orientation, 6:00 p.m.

August 18 - Middle School Parent Orientation, 6:00 p.m.

August 19 - Middle School Spiritual Emphasis House Day

August 22-23 - Lower School CoGAT Testing

August 29-September 1 - MAP Growth Testing

Lower and Middle School Students

August 29-September 1 - MAP Growth Testing

Lower and Middle School Students

August 29 - Ask the Experts, 6:00 p.m.

Visit with college representatives

August 29 - Ask the Experts, 6:00 p.m.

Visit with college representatives

August 30 - Picture Make-up Day

September 5 - Labor Day Holiday, No School

September 6/7-9 - High School Retreat

September 22-23 - Parent-Teacher Conference Days, Grades PK-8

Students in grades PK-8 do not attend classes. High school students DO attend classes.

September 22-23 - Parent-Teacher Conference Days, Grades PK-8

Students in grades PK-8 do not attend classes. High school students DO attend classes.

September 26-27 - Fall Break, No School

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