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Kent Place School Class of 2013 College Destinations

Kent Place is proud to announce the college destinations of the Class of 2013. 

Amherst College (2)                                                           

Bowdoin College    

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Boston College (3)

Carleton College

Case Western Reserve University

Colgate University

Columbia University

Cornell University

Dartmouth College

Davidson College

Duke University (2)

Elon University (2)

Fairfield University 

Georgetown University (2)

Gettysburg College

Hamilton College

Haverford College

Hobart & William Smith Colleges

Johns Hopkins University (2)

Lehigh University

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2)

Montclair State University

Mount Holyoke College (2)

Muhlenberg College          

New York University (3)

Princeton University

Rutgers University

Skidmore College (2)

Spelman College

Tyler School of Art, Temple University

University of Miami

University of Michigan  (2)

University of New Haven

University of Notre Dame

University of Pennsylvania (2)

University of Southern California

University of Vermont

University of Virginia

Vanderbilt University (2)

Vassar College

Villanova University (2)

Wake Forest University (3)

Washington University      

Wesleyan University (2)

Williams College (3)

Yale University

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