ABOUT Acceptances

ABOUT Acceptances

Early Acceptances are all in and we did amazing!

Below is a list of the schools to which New Vision Learning students were accepted, some with large sums of need-blind, merit-based money.

Santa Clara University, $30,000/year

University of Oregon

Chapman University $40,000/year

University of the Pacific

Puget Sound

Denver University

Tulane

University of Michigan

Lewis and Clark

Bard

MIT

94% of New Vision Learning students get into their top choice schools.  

Here is a list of New Vision Learning acceptances over the last five years:

Stanford, Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Columbia, Berkeley, UCLA, UCSD, UCSB, UC DAVIS, UCSC, Pomona, Harvey Mudd, Pitzer, Scripps, Claremont McKenna, Cal Poly, MIT, John’s Hopkins, Columbia University/Barnard, USC, Gonzaga, University of Redlands, University of Arizona, University of Colorado, Boulder, University of Washington, Occidental, University of Oregon, University of Chicago, Boston College, Evergreen, Reed College, Lewis and Clark, Clark College, Willamette, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Cal Tech, Penn State, Swarthmore, NYU, Fordham, George Washington, Goucher, Grinnell, Marquette, Emory, Duke University, Texas A&M, Rice, University of Texas, Austin, University of Wisconsin, Madison, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Puget Sound, University of Pennsylvania, University of the Pacific, USD, Whitman College, Chapman College, SDSU, SJSU, SFSU, Williams, Amherst, Sarah Lawrence, Bard, Hampshire College, Oberlin College, Wesleyan, Tulane, Dartmouth, St. Mary’s College, Case Western Reserve, Julliard, Santa Clara University, University of Redlands, Humboldt State, San Francisco State, Pepperdine, Notre Dame, Tufts, Northwestern, Washington University, American University, Georgetown, Seattle University, Hampshire College, Bard, Carnegie Mellon, Loyola Marymount, USF, Elon, Tulane, to name more than a few 😉

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94% Acceptance into Top Choice Schools
180-300 Point Increase on SAT’s