The results are in and they are impressive! The most selective colleges and universities in the world have offered seats to the graduates of Harbor, Santa Cruz, Soquel High Schools, Delta,   Costanoa, Alternative Family Education and the Ark . We are enormously proud of our hardworking students and the schools and teachers that helped them along the way.

Academy of Art – American University in London – American University in Paris – Arizona State – Azusa Pacific – Boston University – Brown University – Bryn Mawr – Cabrillo College – Cal Poly Pomona – Cal Poly San Luis Obispo – Cal State Channel Islands – CSUMB – Cal State Northridge – Chapman College – Carlton College – Chico State – Colorado University at Boulder – Carnegie Mellon – Columbia – CSU Stanislaus – Dartmouth- DePaul University – Drexel – Duke – Embry-Riddle Aeronautic University – Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising – Furman – Hampshire University – Harvard – Hofstra University – Humboldt State – Institute of Art – Lewis and Clark – Loyola Marymount – Macalester – Marymount Manhattan College – Middlebury – Mills College – MIT – Montana State University – Mount Holyoke – New York University – Northeastern – Northridge State – Notre Dame – Oregon State – Pitzer College – Pomona College – Portland State – Princeton – Puget Sound – Reed – Rice University – Sacramento State – Saint Mary’s – San Francisco State – San Jose State – Santa Clara University – Scripps – Seattle University – Sonoma State – Southern Methodist University – Southern Oregon University – Stanford – Swarthmore – Tulane – Tufts – UC Berkeley – UC Davis – UC Irvine – UCLA – UC Riverside – UC San Diego – UC Santa Barbara – UC Santa Cruz – USC – San Francisco State – University of Chicago – University of Idaho – University of Hawaii – University of Miami – University of Nevada Reno – University of Oregon – University of Portland – University of San Francisco – University of the Pacific – University of Vermont – University of Washington – Vassar – Willamette – Yale

College admissions counselors affirm that there is something special about our graduates. These are hard-working students who demonstrate drive, but who also lead well-rounded lives. They represent and embrace the full diversity of our community and are living proof of a culture that encourages each student to dig deep, work hard and aim high. Every teacher, parent, staff member and taxpayer has played a role in their success. Their accomplishments are reason for us all to be proud of our schools.

Congratulations to the Class of 2012!
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