List of 1 members.

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES,
CLASS OF 2018

American Dramatic & Musical Academy
American University
Anderson University
Albright College
Appalachian State University
Art Center College of Design
Ashland University
Bard College
Barry University
Baylor University
Bethany College
Bluefield College
Boston University
Bowling Green State University
Brandeis University (2)
Brevard College
Bryant University
Chestnut Hill College
Christopher Newport University
Clemson University
Coastal Carolina University
College of Charleston (6)
Connecticut College (2)
Denison University
DePaul University (3)
DePauw University
Dickinson College (2)
Dillard University
Drew University
Drexel University (2)
Earlham College
East Carolina University
Eckerd College (8)
Elon University (2)
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Emerson College (2)
Emory & Henry College
Flagler College
Florida Atlantic University (2)
Florida Gulf Coast University
Florida Southern College (2)
Fordham University (3)
Furman University (2)
George Mason University
George Washington University (2)
Georgia State University (2)
Gettysburg College
Guilford College
Hampden-Sydney College (4)
Hampton University
Heidelberg University
High Point University (4)
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Hofstra University (2)
Hollins University
Holy Family University
Howard University
Indiana University
Jacksonville University
James Madison University (5)
Kent State University
La Salle University
Lafayette College
Lake Michigan College
Lees-McRae College
Loyola University - Maryland
Loyola University - New Orleans
Lynchburg College
Lynn University
Malone University
Mary Baldwin University 
Marymount University
McDaniel College
Menlo College
Miami University – Ohio
Mount Vernon Nazarene University
New York University
Northeastern University
Ohio Wesleyan University
Old Dominion University (2)
Pace University
Palm Beach Atlantic University (2)
Penn State University (4)
Pepperdine University
Pfeiffer University
Purdue University
Queens University - Charlotte
Radford University (4)
Regent University
Rhodes College
Roanoke College (2)
Rochester Institute of Technology
Roger Williams University
Rollins College
Rutgers University (3)
Saint Louis University
Saint. Joseph's University
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Sewanee: The University of the South (3)
Simmons College
Spelman College (3)
St. Edward’s University
St. John's University
St. Leo University
St. Mary's College of Maryland
Stevenson University
Syracuse University
Temple University
Texas A&M University
The College of William & Mary
The New School – Manhattan
The Ohio State University (2)
United States Coast Guard Academy
United States Naval Academy
University of Akron
University of Alabama (2)
University of California - Irvine
University of California – Riverside (2)
University of California - San Diego
University of California - Santa Cruz (3)
University of Dayton 
University of Illinois - Chicago
 
University of Mary Washington
University of Maryland - Baltimore County
University of Maryland- College Park
University of Massachusetts- Amherst
University of Miami (2)
University of Mississippi
University of Nebraska
University of New Haven
University of North Carolina – Asheville
University of North Florida
University of Regina
University of South Carolina
University of Tampa
University of Virginia (4)
University of Washington (3)
University of Wisconsin - Madison
University of North Florida
Ursinus College
Virginia Commonwealth University
Virginia Tech (7)
Wagner College
Washington College (2)
Whittier College
Wittenberg University
Wofford College (3)
Worcester Polytechnic Institute (2)
Xavier University - New Orleans
 
149 Colleges and Universities

College Counseling

Christchurch graduates go on to attend diverse institutions of higher education, including colleges and universities among the most selective in the nation. One hundred percent of graduates are accepted to four-year colleges. 

Christchurch's goal, however, is not merely to see students accepted to good colleges, it's to see students thrive at good colleges. 

The school's college counselor works one-on-one with students throughout the college consideration and application process, and has also established connections with university admissions representatives at public and private institutions around the country. The counselor guides students toward colleges and universities that best match their needs, and explains to university representatives how the unique Christchurch experience prepares graduates to make strong contributions to their undergraduate communities. 

A series of college prep seminars helps Christchurch students prepare for every phase of the application process, including testing, writing essays, researching scholarships, and more. Representatives from 40 diverse colleges and universities visit the Christchurch campus each fall, and juniors attend the annual Richmond Area independent Schools College Fair every spring. 

Christchurch's college counseling process focuses on finding the ideal college fit for each student. Students are encouraged to apply to universities where the course offerings, location, size, and cost of tuition are all in keeping with students' interests, needs, and educational and career goals. 

The results of this personalized college counseling process are impressive. Some 90 percent of Christchurch students are admitted to one or more of their top three college choices.

Christchurch School

49 Seahorse Lane,
Christchurch, Virginia 23031
804.758.2306