On behalf of the entire College Counseling team, congratulations to the Class of 2022! As the largest graduating class of Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School, this class is a a remarkable group of students who have made an incredible impact at HIES and in the greater Atlanta community. Here are a few highlights from the senior class’s college admission journey.
College Highlights of the Class of 2022
- 147 seniors will attend 70 different colleges and universities. You can find the full list of colleges to which seniors were admitted and will matriculate to here.
- Seniors will be attending research institutions, liberal arts colleges, ivy league institutions, United States services academies, Historically Black Colleges and Universities, and more across 27 different states.
- A third of this year’s graduating class will leave the Southeast for college, and just under a third of the class will stay in Georgia.
- Of our 147 seniors, a third will be the lone representative from the HIES Class of 2022 in their college class. Eleven seniors will be the first in HIES history to attend their respective college or university.
- Ten graduates will participate in NCAA athletics and seven seniors intend to study the visual and performing arts.
- Seniors were accepted to numerous honors colleges, including at the University of Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Florida State, University of Georgia, Kentucky, University of Miami, North Carolina State, Rollins College, South Carolina, Southern Methodist University and Texas Christian University.
- Among many academic, athletic and merit scholarships awarded to the Class of 2022, students have been recognized as National Merit Finalists, BBA Scholars at Southern Methodist University’s Cox School of Business, and an Echols Scholar at the University of Virginia.
On behalf of the Upper School and entire HIES community, congratulations to the Class of 2022! We are excited to follow their journeys ahead and see the many ways in which they will continue to positively impact the world.
- Jessica Ramm, Director of College Counseling