Our Alumnae are college bound!
About a third of our graduates attend independent schools, most with full scholarships and others with substantial financial aid awards. Two thirds of our graduates choose to attend vocational or other public schools.
The OSS classes of 2011 and 2012 have graduated from their secondary schools, and 100% of them applied to college. They are majoring in biochemistry, engineering, business, psychology, nursing and other courses of instruction. Paying for college is challenging, and most students make time to work while going to school. Whether they are full-time or part-time students, our graduates are life-long learners striving for economic independence in the workplace of tomorrow.
Graduates from 2011* and 2012 attend these colleges:
*One alumna is an Endeavor Scholar
*One alumna works as a full-time home health aid
Graduates from 2013 – 2016 attend these secondary schools:
*Alumnae have graduated from these schools and are currently in college
We continue to stay in touch with our graduates. It is always a joy when they drop in to say hello, or send an email or text message to share news of an accomplishment. We try to visit them at their schools, and nearly all of them return for our Annual Alumnae Dinner, aptly named the “Attitude of Gratitude” held just before Thanksgiving. Our Senior Honor dinner is held annually in the spring to applaud the seniors as they approach their secondary school graduations. We are so proud of our 76 graduates!