looking for a school with s representation of Jewish kids

<p>i am just beginning the college search with my daughter. Looking for a college 2000-7000 students and at least a10% jewish population. My daughter is a B+ student but not honors classes. Any suggestions?</p>

<p>American University in DC might be a great fit!</p>

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<p>The folks here can help you.</p>

<p>What area of the country, out of state? Financial considerations? What major? Lots of ways to narrow this down.</p>

<p>Goucher in MD is worth a look, though it's only 1,500 students UG (and 800 grad students).</p>

<p>Muhlenberg ...</p>

<p>College of Charleston</p>

<p>Possibly Tulane, depending if other aspects of her profile are strong enough for admission.</p>

<p>I second American. Goucher does have a small number of students, but also benefits from its sprawling ( and beautiful) campus and being down the road from Towson. Also Clark, Ithaca, Skidmore, U. Hartford. You may want to start by getting an idea of where past students have been admitted with your D's stats - either through Naviance statistics or your school guidance counselor's office. But hard to tell from what you've said -if hers is a highly competitive private school, these may be matches or safeties. </p>

<p>Also check out hillel.org.</p>

<p>Isn't Brandeis known for a strong Jewish student body?</p>

<p>^^^. You'd need a very rigorous schedule from our HS and/or mostly As.</p>