Most students from my school like ace college

<p>will colleges take note of this</p>

<p>the kids who take demanding courseloads at my school find college a piece of cake</p>

<p>regardless if they go to Harvard, MIT, Cornell, Hopkins, Lehigh, Rochester, NYU, Rutgers, TCNJ</p>

<p>they all find it really easy</p>

<p>I'm curious too. To elaborate on that question, my school had a girl who attended Swarthmore and then became Rhodes Scholar. Do you think that will help with my admissions chances?</p>

<p>If your students are finding college easy, your school is probably well known, and schools will take that into consideration. If people from your school are finding top colleges easy...they probably found the SAT extremely easy too, which could also explain their acceptance to top schools, and would be an attribute which would be quite helpful to your application.</p>

<p>i think applicants think WAY too much about what admissions officers see. They have less than 5 minutes to look over a variety of things, I don't think it would matter much unless you went to a top private school, or top 100 high school. Besides, there are people from every school that ace college.</p>

<p>My school is not even close to top 100, it is a tiny all-girls private catholic school. While we are getting academically better (about 4th in the local area) we certainly aren't top notch. But will having a Rhodes scholar from my school do awesomely at Swat have any baring (sp?)</p>

<p>I never heard of "Ace College" ....<em>haha</em>.</p>

<p>^^ I was thinking the same thing! ;)</p>

<p>Honestly they don't give a crap about the girl who became a Rhodes scholar when they look over your application. It's unrelated to you individually. A lot of kids ace college.</p>

<p>If your school traditionally sends a significant amount of kids to a school and they all do well, the adcoms may take note of this. But they won't know that kids from your school do well at all colleges--they have no way to.</p>