Our Graduates

The 39 graduates of the Class of 2014 included scholars, athletes, musicians and artists. The class had two Presidential Scholar candidates, three Hispanic Scholars, a QuestBridge Scholar, four AP Scholars, four AP Scholars with Honor and three AP Scholars with Distinction. One student signed to play tennis for Division I Elon University. This group headed off to Boston College, Brandeis University, Bryn Mawr College, Elon University, Emory University, Notre Dame, NYU, Stanford University, Tufts University, the University of Michigan, the University of Puerto Rico and more.

The 32 members of the Class of 2013 (pictured above) included Presidential Scholar candidates, National Hispanic Scholars, AP Scholars and AP Scholars with Honor and with Distinction. They were offered numerous scholarships and chose to enroll at Barnard College, Boston University, CALArts, Cornell University, Georgetown University, Georgia Tech, Loyola University-New Orleans, Marquette University, Penn State, the University of Puerto Rico, and more.

The Class of 2012 was a talented group of 35 members who won recognitions such as first place in El Nuevo Día's Educador 2012 for math and nomination as a Presidential Scholar candidate. Numerous students earned recognition as AP Scholars and seven as AP Scholars with Honor or with Distinction. These graduates matriculated at schools including Carnegie Mellon, Emerson College, Georgia Tech, Northeastern University, NYU, UMASS-Amherst, UPENN, the University of Puerto Rico, Villanova University and more.

TASIS Dorado's first graduates were the 26 members of the Class of 2011. These pioneering students included two Presidential Scholar candidates and the 2011 Presidential Scholar for Puerto Rico, National Hispanic Scholars, AP Scholars, and AP Scholars with Honor and with Distinction. The graduates enrolled in institutions including Boston College, Dartmouth College, Georgetown University, Georgia Tech, RISD, Syracuse University, the University of Puerto Rico, the US Air Force Academy, Washington University in St. Louis, and more.

For a full map of college acceptances for the classes of 2011-2014, please click here.

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