Our Graduates Get Into College...


100% of Boston Prep graduates have been accepted to four-year colleges.



99% of Boston Prep graduates have enrolled in college the semester immediately following graduation. 


...And Succeed Once There


83% of Boston Prep alumni have graduated or are persisting in college, on track to earn a college degree within six years of high school graduation.  Nationally, only 36% of high school graduates earn a college degree, a rate that drops to 12% for low-income high school graduates.


Universities A-Z: Where Are Our Alumni?

The below is a comprehensive list of all colleges where Boston Prep alumni are currently enrolled or from where alumni have graduated.

American International College

Babson College

Bay State College

Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology

Boston College

Bowdoin College

Brandeis University

Bridgewater State University

Bunker Hill Community College 

Clark University

Colby-Sawyer College

College of the Holy Cross

Curry College

Daemen College

Dartmouth College

Denison University

Eastern Nazarene College

Emerson College

Emmanuel College

Fisher College

Fitchburg State Univeresity

Framingham State University 

Franklin Pierce University 

George Mason University 

Hampton University

Howard University

Laboure College

Lafayette College

Lincoln University (PA)

Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences

Massasoit Community College

Mount Holyoke College

Mount Ida College

New England College



Newbury College 

Northeastern University 

Northwestern University

Providence College 

Quincy College

Quinnipiac University

Roger Williams University

Roxbury Community College

Saint Anselm College

Salem State University 

Simmons College

Smith College

Southern New Hampshire University

Spelman College

Stanford University 

Stonehill College

Suffolk University

Tufts University

University of Bridgeport

University of Dubuque

University of Massachusetts, Amherst

University of Massachusetts, Boston

University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth

University of Massachusetts, Lowell

University of New Haven

University of Rhode Island

Utica College

Wentworth Institute of Technology

Wesleyan University

Westfield State University

Wheelock College

Williams College

Worcester State University