Where The Class Of 2012 Is Headed [Interactive Map]

See which colleges Mahwah graduates got accepted to

is set for its 2012 Graduation Ceremony Thursday night.

MHS announced earlier this week that it will graduate 246 senior class members. 95.5 percent of the graduates will go on to some form of higher education, with 81.3 percent attending four-year colleges, the release said. According to the school, 0.8 percent will enter the United States Military respective branches US Air Force and US Marines.

Click on the interactive map above to see where college-bound graduates are headed, or see the list of the 'Class of 2012 College Acceptances' list.

Albright College

Babson College

Bergen Community College

Berkeley College

Binghamton University

Bloomfield College (Bloomfield College)

Boston College

Bryant University

Caldwell College

Centenary College

Champlain College

Clark University

Clarkson University

Coastal Carolina University

College of Charleston

College of Saint Elizabeth

College of William and Mary

Columbia University

Cornell University

Drexel University

East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania

Eastwick College (Eastwick College)

Fairfield University

Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison

Fashion Institute of Technology

Felician College

Fisher College

Fordham University

Gettysburg College

Goucher College (Elementary Education)

James Madison University (undecided)

Johns Hopkins University

Kean University (Theater-acting)

Kenyon College

Kutztown University of Pennsylvania

Lincoln Technical Institute (Lincoln Tech)

Marist College

Messiah College (BCC)

Monmouth University

Montclair State University

Moore College of Art and Design

New Jersey Institute of Technology

New York University (Human Rights)

Northeastern University

Palm Beach State College (Environmental Science)

Pennsylvania State University, Berks College

Pennsylvania State University, Schreyer Honors College

Pennsylvania State University, University Park

Quinnipiac University

Ramapo College of New Jersey

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Richard Stockton College of New Jersey

Rider University

Robert Morris University

Rochester Institute of Technology

Rockland Community College

Rowan University

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey at New Brunswick

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey at Newark

Sacred Heart University (Pre-Veterinary/ Biology)

Saint Joseph's University

San Francisco Conservatory of Music

Savannah College of Art and Design

School of the Museum of Fine Arts

School of Visual Arts

Siena College

Smith College

St. John's University - Queens Campus

St. Thomas Aquinas College

State University of New York - Plattsburgh

State University of New York at Albany

Stetson University

Stevens Institute of Technology

SUNY College at Cortland

Temple University

The College of New Jersey

The George Washington University

The University of Scranton

The University of the Arts

Towson University

United States Marines

University of Baltimore

University of Central Florida

University of Chicago

University of Connecticut

University of Delaware

University of Maryland, College Park (ILR)

University of Massachusetts, Amherst

University of Michigan

University of New Haven

University of North Carolina at Wilmington

University of Notre Dame (Choate Rosemary Hall)

University of Rhode Island

University of South Carolina

University of Vermont

US Air Force

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Wagner College

Wesley College

West Virginia University

Wilberforce University

William Paterson University of New Jersey

Jessica Mazzola June 21, 2012 at 02:08 PM
Thanks, John! Glad you like it!
Jessica Mazzola June 21, 2012 at 02:14 PM
Daria -- Yes, the high school reported .8 percents of the graduates, which I believe is two students, will be joining the US Air Force and US Marines. The breakdown of where students are headed after graduation is below the map.
David Haas June 21, 2012 at 03:16 PM
This is the list of where they are all going, not acceptances. There are several missing where I know the student was accepted, but chose not to attend that school.
NANCY (BAMBERGER) CASTNER June 21, 2012 at 06:37 PM
This super - I didn't graduate from MHS (was supposed to be class '60 - flunked 1st yr when we were @ Ramsey then class of '61 @MHS) - ended gradating from Monroe-Woodbry Central - Central Valley, NY.- class of '61. '60 was the very FIRST MHS - wondering where all my ex-classmates are today. I started in Betsy Ross- 2nd grade then to Commodore Perry ending in 8th - then to Ramsey for 2 yrs - then to MHS (when it was the 1st type of buildings). My nameis Nancy (Bamberger) Castner & now resided in upstate NY. Can't say that I eally miss Mahwah since I know it has built up soooo much from when I was there. It was a wonderful place then!!!!!
Glenn Murphy June 21, 2012 at 09:33 PM
246 Kids in the High School Graduation Class? That's a MAJOR MILE STone for the Town of Mahwah NJ! When I Got out of High School back in the 1980's the School Graduation Class was about 150+ kids.. Shows that Mahwah School Teachers are worth the $$$


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