Class of 2022 Carries on Tradition of Outstanding High School Acceptances

April 26, 2022

Logos of the high schools that have accepted the CAIS Class of 2022The high school application process is a rite of spring…and the previous winter, fall, and summer for that matter, too. Every year our eighth graders and their families undergo this almost year-long endeavor that reaches a crescendo in late March when the students receive their acceptance letters. CAIS graduating classes have always done quite well with high school placement, and the Class of 2022 is no exception. Congratulations to Mr. Mosconi for leading the 42 Firedragons of ’22 successfully through the admission process to find their best fit and the following outstanding results!

Private Independent College Prep Day Programs  
Bay School 16 acceptances
Branson School 1 acceptance
College Preparatory School 3 acceptances
Convent High School 4 acceptances
Drew School 4 acceptances
International High School 14 acceptances
Lick Wilmerding High School 6 acceptances
Menlo School 1 acceptance
Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep 10 acceptances
San Francisco Girl’s School 1 acceptance
Saint Ignatius 6 acceptances
Stuart Hall High School 2 acceptances
University High School 8 acceptances
Urban School 4 acceptances
Woodside Priory 1 acceptance
   
Boarding College Preparatory Programs  
San Domenico 1 acceptance
Walnut Hill Art School 1 acceptance
   
Public High Schools with Competitive Admissions  
School of the Arts (SOTA) 3 acceptances

Mr. Mosconi organized mock interviews with the assistance of a corps of parent volunteers and deftly guided families through the search, researching schools, helping students find their best fit, and advocating for each student. Combined with the track record of success that CAIS alumni demonstrate at secondary schools and the Class of 2022’s impressive credentials, this extremely thorough process yielded the characteristically outstanding slate of high school acceptances above. The next chapter for the Class of 2022 is extremely bright indeed!