One-hundred percent (100%) of Nativity Worcester’s graduates who applied to private high schools, were accepted into and received sufficient financial aid to attend at least one.
One-hundred (100%) percent of Nativity Worcester high school aged graduates are currently enrolled in high school and on track to graduate.
- Eighty (80%) percent of all graduates chose to attend either private high schools (including Bancroft School, Claremont Academy, Deerfield Academy, Worcester Academy, Worcester Tech., Cornerstone Charter Academy High School (FL), St. John’s High School, St. Mary’s High School, Xavier High School (IO), St. Peter-Marian, Holy Name, and Noble and Greenough) or “A Better Chance” (ABC) residential high schools.
- Nineteen (19%) of all graduates chose to attend public schools (Worcester Tech., Doherty High School, Gardner High School, New Canaan High School (CT), Oxford High School, South High, South High – Goddard Scholars Program, West Boylston High School).
- One (1%) of all graduates chose to be homeschooled.
Ninety-five (95%) percent of Nativity Worcester graduates have graduated from high school in four years.
Of the high school graduates who applied, 100% have been accepted into a college, university, or specialized post-high school program.
- Our graduates have attended or have graduated from the following colleges: American University, Assumption College, Boston College, Chemeketa Community College, Clark University, College of the Holy Cross, Curry College, DePaul University, Diablo Valley College, Emerson College, Emmanuel College, Fitchburg State University, Fordham University, Franklin Pierce University, High Point University, Johnson & Whales University, Johnson & Wales University – North Miami, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Molloy College, Nichols College, Oregon State University, Providence College, Quinnipiac University, Quinsigamond Community College, Southern Adventist University, St. Anselm College, University of California at Berkeley, University of Hartford, University of Massachusetts – Amherst, University of Massachusetts – Dartmouth, University of Massachusetts – Lowell, University of New Haven, Western New England University, Westfield State University, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester State University, and Yale University.