Congratulations to Martin Guzenda, Purdue Engineering Class of 2028!

Congratulations to Martin Guzenda, Purdue Engineering Class of 2028! Martin is a student at Vandegrift High School in Austin, TX. In addition to his highly rigorous course load, he was involved in robotics on the CAD and hardware teams, played trumpet in his high school’s state championship varsity marching band, and spent two terms as…

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Anna Benjamin, Oberlin ’26-Where Are They Now?

Meet Anna Benjamin, a 2022 graduate of Bloomington Jefferson High School in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Anna is currently attending Oberlin College, a private liberal arts college in Oberlin, Ohio. Anna was drawn to Oberlin for many reasons, including its academically rigorous curriculum and its history of being politically active. Anna is majoring in Politics and Hispanic…

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Where Are They Now? Holly Swiglo, Oberlin College & Conservatory ’27

Holly Swiglo is a 2023 graduate of Roseville Area High School in Minnesota. She is in her first year at Oberlin College and Conservatory for Environmental Studies. Holly always knew she wanted to major in environmental studies. When she was in high school she started an environmental club and then worked both at school and…

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Where Are They Now? Lucas Eggers, Macalester College ’25

Written by CIT Consultant Tiffany Eggers Lucas Eggers, from Rochester, MN, is a current junior at Macalester, a liberal arts college in Saint Paul, MN, majoring in Geography and minoring in Classical Archaeology. A 2021 graduate of Choate Rosemary Hall, a boarding school in Connecticut, he is happy he returned to the Midwest for college.…

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CIT Students – Where are they now?

Lyla Dixon, a 2021 homeschool graduate who grew up in San Diego, recently contacted her CIT consultant to share the good news of her upcoming graduation and plan to pursue a master’s program in finance. Lyla faced challenges during her college search due to closed test centers and restricted campus tours during Covid-19.  But Lyla…

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Best of Both Worlds: World Class Academics and World Class Music

Studying as an orchestral trombonist is not for the faint of heart. There are hundreds of things that require focus and attention: interpreting every mark in the part on the page just as the composer intended, coming in at precisely the right time, keeping one eye on the conductor while keeping your place in the…

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Congratulations Connor Morrey, Carnegie Mellon Class of 2027!

Connor Morrey is a wonderful computer expert. He has strong opinions on college admission website servers and password security. He uses his knowledge to help his local library find discriminatory real estate deeds so that they can have them updated. He loves the science behind it all and he’s good at computers. He knows why…

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Congratulations to Sammi Francis, UC Santa Cruz Class of 2027!

CIT congratulates Sammi Francis, UC Santa Cruz Class of 2027! Sammi will enter UCSC as a marine biology major and in the College Scholars program! Santa Cruz is known as a public university like no other in California, combining the intimacy of a small liberal arts college with the depth and rigor of a major…

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Congratulations to Liam Bennicoff, Babson University ’27!

CIT Congratulates Liam Bennicoff, Admitted Early Decision to Babson University, Class of 2027! Congratulations to Liam Bennicoff, who will attend Boston’s Babson College in the fall, majoring in entrepreneurship. Babson is a small college about 30 minutes from Boston that specializes in business majors. Liam has both an entrepreneurial and inventive mind, something that will…

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Congratulations to Julia Williams, Trinity University Class of 2027!

CIT congratulates Julia Williams, Trinity University Class of 2027! Trinity is known for its small school environment with big university resources – a traditional liberal arts university, but with strong pre-professional and advising tracks as well. Julia’s Christian classical, trivium-driven high school education allowed her to treasure the learning process. Two areas of great interest…

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