College Placement

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CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2019

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Good college placement is the result of—not the goal of—a classical education. Nevertheless, Montfort takes college placement very seriously, and preparing for college begins on Day 1 with a special module in our Orientation for new students.  Our guidance counselor meets regularly with Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors.  Each year, we host a college fair with nearly 50 colleges represented.  

Montfort Knights have had a 100% college acceptance rate every year since the school’s founding. When Montfort Knights leave the hallways and classrooms of this fortress of learning and spiritual formation, they go on to the nation's leading universities, military academies, and Catholic colleges.  The Cardinal Newman Society annually ranks the very best Catholic colleges of America, and Montfort Seniors have been accepted at nearly all of them.  And, Montfort Knights have been admitted at 16 of the top 50 universities of America as ranked in the 2020 survey by the respected US News and World Report. Each Montfort senior is also annually awarded an average of $400,000 in scholarships and financial aid to attend college.

Montfort Knights have gained admission into these colleges, universities, military academies, and specialized programs:

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The Montfort Academy 4-Year Guidance and College Preparation Program

Freshman Year Program:                                                                  

  • Ninth Grade Orientation

  • Course Selection meeting for the next school year

  • Introduction to Naviance (college planning and career assessment tool)                         
     

Sophomore Year Program:

  • PSAT Registration and Administration

  • Comprehensive Career exploration

  • Course Selection meeting for the school year

  • Introduction to College Board (a key tool in the college admissions process)            

Junior Year Program:

  • PSAT Registration and Administration

  • College Fair at Westchester County Center

  • Financial Aid Night for Parents    

  • Course Selection meeting for the next school year

  • Junior Post-High School Planning Conference  

  • Resume Writing Workshops

  • SAT Preparation    

  • Essay Writing Workshops

  • Introduction to the Common Application  

Senior Year Program:

  • 12th grade college planning conference

  • Common Application Workshops

  • Financial Aid Night for parents

  • Senior credit check process

  • Senior skills course

  • Scholarship program

  • Senior exit survey

  • College representative visits (spaced through our the 1st and 2nd quarter)

  • Senior Awards Program

  • Interviewing Skills Workshop

  • Continuing to work with Naviance

  • College Fair at the Westchester County Center

Table of Contents from College Planning Book

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For a listing of college acceptances and matriculation by Montfort students, please click here