College Counseling at The Meadows is a comprehensive program focused on helping students find a best-fit college or university at the end of their senior year through a journey of self-discovery and inquiry and an exploration into individual strengths and aspirations.
Students are assigned to their college counselor by last name during their freshman year and work with that same counselor throughout high school. This personalized model allows our college counselors to form a connection with each student in order to guide them towards a college or university that meets their academic, intellectual, social-emotional, and financial needs.
Our counselors also serve as advisors within the framework of our Advisory Program, assisting students in the college search and application process, self-reflection, understanding the greater community, and acquiring the skills required of 21st century leaders. During second semester of junior year and first semester of senior year, students meet with their college counselors twice a week during Advisory in addition to individual meetings and evening programming. We encourage our families to contact us with any questions and we look forward to working with your students!
Additional Information by Grade
Class of 2022 Facts
100% four-year college/university acceptance
$5,298,352 in renewable academic scholarship offers (over four years)
2 National Merit Scholarship Winners
4 National Merit Scholarship Finalists
2 National African American Scholars
2 National Hispanic Scholars
Advanced Placement Recognition
(as of fall 2021)
22 AP Scholars with Distinction
5 AP Scholars with Honors
3 AP Scholars