The list of high-ranking institutions that accepted at least one TASIS student includes University of Cambridge (ranked #3), Imperial College London (#10), University College London (#15), University of California, Los Angeles (#17), University of Toronto (#18), University of Washington (#26), New York University (#29), University of Edinburgh (#30), University of California, San Diego (#31), University of British Columbia (#34), and King’s College London (#36).
In addition, the many talented artists in the Class of 2020 earned quite a few offers from renowned art schools around the world, including The New School, Parsons School of Design (both New York and Paris); Central St Martins – University of the Arts London; London College of Fashion – University of the Arts London; London College of Communication – University of the Arts London; Goldsmiths, University of London; and Savannah College of Art and Design.
In all, TASIS students were accepted to 96 schools in North America, 37 in the United Kingdom, and 31 from other nations around the world, including Australia, Austria, China, Denmark, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Russia, Spain, and Switzerland. See a comprehensive list at the bottom of this post.
The TASIS Advantage
The three counselors who lead the TASIS College Counseling Office—Director of University and College Counseling Greg Birk, UK College Counselor and IB Coordinator Howard Stickley, and College Counselor Carroll Birk—combine for more than 100 years of experience in education, and through the years they’ve built countless relationships with college admissions officers around the world. When these admissions officers are asked how they regard candidates from TASIS, a common theme emerges time and again: they hold the School’s mission and internationalism in high regard.
With a student body comprising nearly 60 nationalities, an extensive Academic Travel Program, a pioneering Global Service Program, and a mission to instill the values of personal responsibility, civility, compassion, justice, and truth, TASIS produces well-balanced students who are cultured, intrepid, and socially conscious. This built-in advantage, combined with a rigorous academic program that allows students to pursue an International Baccalaureate Diploma or take a wide range of Advanced Placement courses, is the bedrock from which TASIS students pursue their post-secondary goals.
Motivated students build upon this foundation by demonstrating an impressive commitment to a combination of visual and performing arts, athletics, local and global service, and leadership positions on and off campus. They take advantage of the opportunities provided by a school that does not forget its Founder’s simple but timeless advice: “Fill all their waking hours with commitment to study, sports, the arts, and responsibility to others. Instruct—stretch them in all areas.”