Principal’s Message: Class of 2015 By the Numbers

principals-message-logo1The Class of 2015 will officially graduate from Dei High School on May 30.

We are incredibly proud of this incredible class for their contributions to Mater Dei’s tradition of excellence over the years.

Their success by the numbers is staggering:

  • 513 total seniors in the Class of 2015
  • Over 20,000 hours of community service recorded this school year
  • 93 seniors had a 4.0 or higher and will sit on the stage at graduation
  • Over $37 million in academic and athletic scholarships to colleges and universities across the country

Each year the Guidance & Counseling Office produces a comprehensive report on college placement. Our deepest thanks to our counseling team for their hard work on this report which is now available. CLICK HERE to view/download the report.

Some highlights of this year’s college placement report:

  • 83% of our seniors were accepted to four-year colleges and 80.5% will attend a four-year college or university this fall
  • 14% will attend a university within the Cal State system
  • 11.6% will attend a university with the UC system
  • 14.4% will attend a private in-state college or university
  • 40.4% will attend a college or university out of state
  • 17% of our seniors will attend a two-year college with plans for matriculation into a four-year college or university

Congratulations, Class of 2015! And commendations to the wonderful support network you have had along the way from parents and grandparents, to teachers, coaches, mentors, friends and more.

Frances Clare, Principal



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