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How Does Winston Prepare Its Graduates for College?

 

Winston created a College and Career Counseling program in 2011. Since then, Winston has seen a significant increase in college applications, acceptances, and scholarship offers. Student perceptions about continuing education have broadened, parents and students are more aware of the necessary process for college acceptance, and families have begun to plan for their child’s future education earlier.


2017
26 total graduates

Received acceptances to 45 Colleges, Universities, Post-secondary institutions
Students were offered over $1,400,000 in scholarships


2016
19 total graduates

Received acceptances to 43 Colleges, Universities, Post-secondary institutions
9 students were offered $1,339,220 in scholarships


2015
24 total graduates

Received acceptances to 45 Colleges, Universities, Post-secondary institutions
 

2014
23 total graduates

Received acceptances to 33 Colleges, Universities, Post-secondary institutions
12 students were offered $733,800 in scholarships11 students were offered $2,076,580 in scholarships


2013
28 total graduates

Received acceptances to 35 Colleges, Universities, Post-secondary institutions
13 students were offered $762,567 in scholarships


2012
15 total graduates

Received acceptances to 11 Colleges, Universities, Post-secondary institutions
7 students were offered $176,000 in scholarships

 

2011
21 total graduates

Received acceptances to 31 Colleges, Universities, Post-secondary institutions
5 students were offered $543,600 in scholarships


Where Do Winston Graduates Go After Graduation?


Abilene Christian University
American Jewish University
Angelo State University
Art Institute of San Antonio
Austin College
Austin Community College
Barry University
Blinn College
Bob Jones University
Boise State University
Brigham Young University, Idaho
Central Texas College
Colorado Mountain College, Spring Valley
Colorado School of Mines
Concordia University at Austin
Denison University
DeVry University, Houston
Emerson College
ITT Technical Institute
Kansas City Art Institute
McMurry University
New Mexico Military Institute
North Idaho College
Northeast Lakeview College
Northwest Mississippi Community College
Northwest Vista College
Oakton Community College
Our Lady of the Lake University of San Antonio
Palo Alto College
Queens University of Charlotte
Ringling College of Art and Design
San Antonio College
Schreiner University
Southern Methodist University
Southwestern University
St. Edward’s University
St. Gregory’s University
St. Philip’s College
Stetson University
Suffolk University
Sul Ross State University
Tarleton State University
Texas A&M University
Texas Lutheran University
Texas State Technical College, Waco
Texas State University
Texas Tech University
The Paul Mitchell School of San Antonio
The University of Texas, Austin
The University of Texas, Dallas
The University of Texas, San Antonio
Trinity University
United States Air Force
United States Army
United States Coast Guard
United States Marine Corps
United States Navy
Universal Technical Institute, Houston
University of Denver
University of Evansville
University of Findlay
University of the Incarnate Word
University of Mississippi
University of North Texas
University of the Incarnate Word
Virginia Tech
Weatherford College
Westminster College 
*No matter where a student decides to go, he/she must be their own advocate.


 
Class of 2017
College and Career Counseling
Colleges to Consider