The College Counseling Office is responsible for assisting Brader students through the admission process and providing all school-related documents required as part of their applications.

Our 2013 graduates recently received news of their acceptances, having submitted their applications months ago. On behalf of everyone here at Brader, I congratulate all our graduates and proudly list some of the institutions to which they have been accepted:

Villanova University                                       Bentley University

Texas Christian University                             Emory University

Southern Methodist University                       Northeastern University

Loyola University Chicago                             Penn State University

Philadelphia University                                  Savannah College of Art and Design

Transylvania University                                 Temple University

Roger Williams University                             California College of the Arts

North Carolina State University                      The Catholic University of America

Syracuse University                                       Purdue University

Pratt Institute                                                  Hult International Business School

Boston College                                               Tulane University

Babson College                                              Michigan State University

Loyola University New Orleans                     Elon University

Fordham University                                       Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Auburn University                                         University of Central Florida

University of Richmond                                 Loyola University Maryland

University of Virginia                                     Louisiana State University

Johnson and Wales University                       Oregon State University

University of Arkansas                                  Drexel University

American University                                      Loyola Marymount University

Marymount University                                   Salve Regina University

Lynn University                                             Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Iowa State University                                     University of California, Davis

University of California, Santa Barbara         Xavier University

University of Connecticut                              Butler University

Florida State University                                  Rochester Institute of Technology

College of William and Mary                         University of Miami

University of Delaware                                  Regis College

Walsh University                                            Emmanuel College

University of Southern California                  Georgia Institute of Technology

Endicott College                                             Emerson College

St. Joseph’s University                                   Wentworth Institute of Technology

Stonehill College                                            Lasell College

DePaul University

In addition, four Brader students received scholarships from SENACYT with respect to their university studies, and many graduates were offered scholarships from the aforementioned schools.

The above list is impressive. It is a testimony to the quality of the Brader faculty who have been able to work with our students developing in them the kinds of skills and of course, knowledge, that have equipped them to be highly competitive in the already crowded field of higher education locally, abroad in general, and in the United States in particular. While grades and test scores continue to be very important, I can attest to the fact that there are other qualities that we as a school are also developing together with our students and that make them highly competitive and are being sought after by higher education institutions. Compassion, caring, connectedness with the world, understanding other cultures, critical thinking, and being genuinely interested in issues of social justice, are all characteristics that continue enabling the Brader student with a perspective of the world that will be with them for the rest of their lives. As a school, we continue being totally relevant in this global century.

Carolyn McGovern Henriquez

College Counselor

Colegio Brader

Tel. 233-3261