Matriculations & Acceptances

Key School graduates attend a wide variety of colleges and universities, from small liberal arts institutions to large research universities, and from single-sex colleges to universities abroad.

Past Matriculations & Acceptances

Click here to view a listing of colleges and universities that accepted Key students between 2013-2018. Class of 2018 acceptances and matriculations are listed below.

College Acceptances for the Class of 2019

Congratulations to Key's Class of 2019! The list below comprises acceptances reported as of April 12, 2019. Matriculation decisions will be added (in bold) in early May.

Seniors, we are very proud of each one of you and know you will bring the same dedication and vibrancy to your next endeavors that you exhibited while here at Key.

Albright College
American University (3)
American University of Paris
Amherst College
Arcadia University
Bard College (2)
Barnard College
Bates College
Belmont University
Boston College
Bowdoin College
Brown University (2)
Bryn Athyn College
Bryn Mawr College (2)
Bucknell University
Case Western Reserve University (2)
Catholic University of America
Cedar Crest College
Clemson University (2)
Colby College (2)
Colgate University
College of Charleston
College of William & Mary (3)
Colorado School of Mines (2)
Columbia College (2)
Connecticut College
Cornell University
Dartmouth College
Davidson College
Denison University
DePaul University
Dickinson College (2)
Drexel University (3)
Duke University (2)
Eckerd College (2)
Elon University
Florida Institute of Technology
Fordham University (2)
Franklin & Marshall College
Frostburg State University (2)
George Mason University (2)
George Washington University
Georgia Institute of Technology
Gordon College
Goucher College (2)
Hamilton College, New York (3)
Hampden-Sydney College
Hampton University
Haverford College (2)
Hobart & William Smith College (3)
Hofstra University
Hope College
Indiana University, Bloomington
Jacksonville University
James Madison University (3)
Johns Hopkins University
Kalamazoo College
Kenyon College
Lafayette College
Lehigh University
Loyola University, Maryland (2)
Lycoming College
Manhattan College
Marist College
Maryland Institute College of Art
McDaniel College (5)
Michigan State University
Middle Tennessee State University
Middlebury College
Mills College
Mount St. Mary's College, Maryland
Muhlenberg College
Northeastern University
Oberlin College of Arts & Sciences (2)
Occidental College
Oregon State University
Pace University, New York City (2)
Pennsylvania State University (4)
Pepperdine University
Princeton University
Purdue University
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Rochester Institute of Technology
Rutgers University - New Brunswick (2)
Rutgers University, Newark
Salisbury University (3)
Scripps College
Smith College
St. John's College (3)
St. John's University
St. Mary's College of Maryland (2)
Stevenson University
SUNY Albany
SUNY Stony Brook
Syracuse University (5)
Temple University (2)
Towson University
Trinity College
Tulane University
University of Cincinnati
University of Florida
University of Maryland, Baltimore County (7)
University of Maryland, College Park (5)
University of Maryland, College Park - College of Computer, Math & Physical Sciences
University of Maryland, College Park - School of Engineering
University of Maryland, Eastern Shore
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
University of Miami (3)
University of New Hampshire, Durham (2)
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
University of North Carolina, Wilmington (2)
University of Oregon
University of Pennsylvania
University of Pittsburgh (3)
University of Rhode Island
University of Richmond (3)
University of Rochester (2)
University of Tampa (2)
University of Vermont (5)
University of Virginia
University of Wisconsin, Madison (2)
Virginia Commonwealth University
Virginia Tech (3)
Virginia Tech, College of Engineering
Washington College
Washington University in St. Louis (2)
Wells College
Wheaton College, Massachusetts

One member of Key's Class of 2018 will be taking a post graduate year and then moving on to the USNA; another member of the class will be taking a gap year focused on environmental studies.