The Class of 2022 Takes Shape
18 So. Connecticut Students Admitted Early
Harvard received 78 applications for the class of 2022 from southern Connectcut students during the Early Action phase of undergraduate admissions. When decisions went out on December 1, 18 students from 12 schools in our area were offered admissions. Since then, an additional 257 applications have come in for regular admissions. Regular admissions will be made by April 1.
How Can You Help?
That answer is simple: Help us meet and interview these outstanding young people. There is no bigger moment in a high school student's career than their college admission. As an interviewer, you have the honor and pleasure of getting to know the future of Harvard and to play a critical role in their college decisions. At the same time, you are one of Harvard's ambassadors in southern Connecticut. The opportunity to interview students is a unique privilege of Harvard degree recipients and we hope you will take advantage of it. Learn more about interviewing and join our team for the 2018-19 school year.
Class of 2022 Early Action admittees represent the following schools:
Holy Cross High School (Waterbury)
Woodland Regional High School (Beacon Falls)
Pomperaug Regional High School (Southbury)
Waterbury Career Academy
Bunnell High School (Stratford)
Notre Dame (Fairfield)
Fitch High School (Groton)
Students will make their decisions by May 4.
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