Where Bethesda-Area High School Grads Applied to College

Our look at the number of applicants and acceptances at more than 300 colleges



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The following is a chart of the colleges and universities where 2017 graduates from seven Bethesda-area high schools applied and were accepted, based on data provided by the schools. The schools are: Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Walt Whitman and Walter Johnson in Bethesda; Richard Montgomery and Thomas S. Wootton in Rockville; Winston Churchill in Potomac; and Montgomery Blair in Silver Spring.

The acceptance information that the schools sent is self-reported by students, so school officials could not guarantee its accuracy. Churchill only provided data from schools that had at least three applicants, so we have designated some of their numbers as not applicable (N/A). For brevity’s sake, we have limited the list to colleges and universities with at least seven applicants from the combined high schools.

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