Tests directly related to college admissions are the SAT and the AMERICAN COLLEGE TEST (ACT). They are given several times a year on our campus. Students from seventh through 12th grade can take these tests.
In the process of choosing and applying for a college or university, students consider a number of factors: e.g., location, size, academic challenge, extracurricular opportunities, special services, types of students attending, costs related to any financial aid which may be provided, and so forth.
Island School graduates have been accepted at more than 100 different institutions across the country, from the East Coast to the West and in Hawaii. These institutions include Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Georgetown, Babson, Duke, Wheaton, Ithaca, Rochester Institute of Technology, Mount Holyoke, Hampshire College, University of Pennsylvania, Purdue, Oberlin, Creighton, University of Denver, University of the Pacific, Stanford, Pomona, Claremont-McKenna, Concordia, Pepperdine, Westmont, Reed, Oregon State University, Lewis & Clark College, University of Puget Sound, Gonzaga University, Whitman College, University of Idaho, University of Hawaii (both Hilo and Manoa campuses), Chaminade University, Hawaii Pacific University, and others.