My youngest is now a Junior in High School so we have begun the process. In 2009, one of my older children graduated from high school. He was accepted in several colleges, One acceptance was an Ivy, wait listed at another Ivy, offered a full 4 year scholarship at another school and offered admittance to other reach and safety schools. Well for this child, though she mets or exceeds my older child academically we are wondering if the schools that we did not accept will in anyway be influenced by my son's choices not to attend their school. My son actually attended and graduated from the Ivy and did not accept the school that offered him the full 4 year scholarship. My daughter happens to really like the school that offered my son the scholarship but I'm concerned that they will look at the fact that my son did not accept their offers. My children have different last names. My older child has my maiden name while my younger child has my married name. In short do you think they track parents names which is the only way that my daughter can be identified as a sibling? I would hate for my youngest to be at a disadvantage. This may be a no brainer for some of you buy i would appreciate any input. Thanks.