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Since 2014, our students have received over $7.5 million in merit scholarship offers to US universities and colleges. In 2017 30% of our student acceptances were to top 100 nationally ranked universities or colleges.

Also in 2017:

100% of
students

seeking university admission received acceptances

89% of
acceptances

were to the top 5% of U.S. universities

74% of students

received merit-based scholarships worth over $3 million

Acceptances and progressions

Top 100 acceptances and progressions since 2014

Acceptances Rank*
Rice University 15
Georgia Institute of Technology 34
Boston University =39
Northeasten University =39
UC Irvine =39
UC Davis =44
US San Diego =44
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign =44
University of Miami =44
Pennsylvania State University =50
Pepperdine University =50
Ohio State University =54
University of Washington, Seattle =54
Fordham University =60
Purdue University =60
Syracuse University =60
University of Connecticut =60
Worcester Polytechnic Insitute =60
Clemson University 66
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 69
Acceptances Rank*
Stevens Institude of Technology 71
American University =74
Clark University =74
UMass Amherst =74
Virginia Tech =74
UC Santa Cruz 79
Michigan State University 82
SUNY Binghamton =86
University of Denver =86
University of San Diego - Pathways Program =86
Indiana University, Bloomington =86
University of Colorado, Boulder =92
University of Vermont =92
Drexel University =96
Saint Louis University =96
SUNY Stony Brook =96
Loyola University, Chicago =99
SUNY University at Buffalo =99

*U.S. News & World Report 2016 (nationally ranked)


Our student successes:

Juliana

Brazilian

Progressed to Boston University to study Biology

Juliana <br>

Juliana

Brazilian

Progressed to Boston University to study Biology

I applied to 11 universities and I got into 9 of them. Honestly, aside from the applications, the hardest part is choosing which college to go to! College Counselors take their time to find out what you are looking for in a university, the size of the campus, its location, specific sports or interests. They help you to identify which colleges are most suitable before the application process begins.

John

Vietnamese

Progressed to Colby College with a major scholarship to study Physics and Mathematics

John <br>

John

Vietnamese

Progressed to Colby College with a major scholarship to study Physics and Mathematics

CATS is really small compared to my school in Vietnam. The focus here is more than academics. I have time to do extracurricular activities like sport or music. I think this really helped with my personal development as well as diversifying my college application. Studying in the U.S. is not just about getting good grades.

Gabriela

Dominican

Progressed to Hollins University with a major scholarship

Gabriela <br>

Gabriela

Dominican

Progressed to Hollins University with a major scholarship

The students always get a lot of support from the teachers and that’s why you have a lot of students being ambitious and taking on complex projects. Teachers say ‘okay, this is what you can do now, but let’s see how you can improve’, there is support at every step of the process and that is a real benefit.


If you have questions, you can speak directly with our student ambassadors about their experience at CATS Academy Boston