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College Counseling

It is the goal of the college counseling program at Rudolf Steiner to ensure that after graduation each student continues his or her education in the most appropriate setting. To this end, the college counselor gives each student individual advice on all matters relating to college admission; oversees and maintains the various records used in college planning, such as transcripts and the results of achievement and aptitude tests; maintain a college library and the resources necessary for thoughtful and intelligent decision-making about college; provides personal contact with individual colleges through conferences with college representatives; and supports student applications by organizing completed applications, transcripts, and official school recommendations and submitting them to the appropriate colleges for admission review.

The High School provides support for the entire college application process, including the standardized testing component. Students take a class on standardized testing in their eleventh year, and individualized tutoring and support is also offered where necessary.

48% of 2014, 2015, and 2016 Classes took the SAT

Middle 50% Critical Reading
Middle 50% Math
Middle 50% Writing

65% of 2013, 2014, and 2015 Classes took the ACT

Middle 50% Composite

Schools Recent Rudolf Steiner High School Graduates Have Attended

Adrian College (MI)
Albion College (MI)
Allegheny College (PA)
Alma College (MI)
Bard College (NY)
Beloit College (WI)
Bennington College (VT)
Boston University (MA)
Bowling Green University (OH)
Brevard College (NC)
Carleton College (MN)
Center for Creative Studies (MI)
Central Michigan University (MI)
College of the Atlantic (ME)
Colorado College (CO)
Columbia College (IL)
Cooper Union Arts & Sciences (NYC)
Curtis Institute of Music (PA)
DePaul University (IL)
Dickinson College (PA)
Earlham College (IN)
Eastern Michigan University (MI)
Eckerd College (FL)
Eugene Lang College (NYC)
Fisk University (TN)
Florida Atlantic University (FL)
George Mason University (VA)
George Washington University (DC)
Grand Valley State University (MI)
Guilford College (NC)
Hampshire College (MA)
Hiram College (OH)
Indiana University (IN)
Johnson and Wales University (RI)
Kalamazoo College (MI)
Kendall College of Art and Design (MI)
Kenyon College (OH)
Knox College (IL)
Lawrence University (WI)
Lewis & Clark College (OR)
Loyola University (IL)
Loyola Marymount University (CA)
Macalester College (MN)
Maine College of Art (ME)
Marlboro College (VT)
McGill University (Can.)
Miami University (OH)
Michigan State University (MI)
Michigan Technological University (MI)
Morehouse College (GA)
MSU Honors College (MI)
New School University (NYC)
Northwood University (MI)
NYU – Tisch School of the Arts (NYC)
Oakland University (MI)
Oberlin College (OH)
Ohio State University (OH)
Ohio Wesleyan University (OH)
Olivet Nazarene University (IL)
Pitzer College (CA)
Prescott College (AZ)
Ringling School of Art and Design (FL)
Roosevelt College (IL)
San Francisco Conservatory (CA)
Sarah Lawrence College (NY)
Savannah College of Art and Design (GA)
Schoolcraft College (MI)
School of the Art Institute of Chicago (IL)
Syracuse University (NY)
Union College (NY)
University of California, Santa Cruz (CA)
University of Chicago (IL)
University of Cincinnati-Architecture (OH)
University of Massachusetts Amherst (MA)
University of Bridgeport (CT)
University of Iowa (IA)
University of Michigan (MI)
University of Redlands (CA)
University of Wisconsin–Madison (WI)
Vanderbilt University (TN)
Washtenaw Community College (MI)
Wayne State University (MI)
Webster University (MO)
Wells College (NY)
Western Michigan University (MI)
Western Washington State University (WA)
Wittenburg University (OH)
Worchester Polytechnic Institute (MA)