100% of Watershed School graduates have been accepted into colleges and universities, including:

Albright College

Alma College

Antioch University

Appalachian State University

Beloit College

Berry College

Brown University

Central College

Champlain College

Clark University

College of the Atlantic

College of Wooster

Colorado College

Colorado School of Mines

Colorado State University

Cornell College Iowa

Denver University

Earlham College

Emerson College

Evergreen State College

Fort Lewis College

Franklin College

Global College (LIU)

Goucher College

Hampshire College

Hiram College

Ithaca College

Kalamazoo College

Landmark College

Lasell College

Lewis & Clark College

Manchester University

Manhattan College

Marlboro College

Mesa State College

Montana State College

Mount Holyoke College

Nebraska Wesleyan University

Prescott College

Quest University

Randolph-Macon College

Redstone College

Reed College

Rocky Mtn College of Art & Design

St. Lawrence University

Seattle University

Simpson College

Smith College

Sterling College

Suffolk University

UC Boulder

University for the Creative Arts

University of Montana

University of Northern Colorado

University of Puget Sound

University of Redlands

University of Vermont

Warren Wilson College

Westminster College

Whittier College

Whitworth College

Wittenberg University

Worcester Polytechnic Institute

 

 

All juniors and seniors take part in Watershed School’s College Institute. We assist students in finding and gaining admission to colleges which best match and honor their unique skills and interests, and where students can be happy and successful. This course provides intensive support for the college application process, helps students narrow their college list, craft their applications, request reference letters, write excellent admission essays, use their Watershed portfolio to maximize the potential for acceptance and manage communications with colleges. There is on-site study support for the PSAT/SAT/ACT tests.

Students learn about financial aid and scholarship options and how to relax and approach the college application process in an upbeat, practical and fun manner.

“Watershed will foster terrific confidence in its students and allow them to develop great academic agility and a deep interest in learning. While we see students applying from nearly 4000 high schools each year, the majority of them feed into a sea of normalcy that defines many applicant pools—Watershed is one of those few that will stand-out.”

Matthew Hyde, Assistant Director of Admissions, Tufts University