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Proven Results: Our Graduates

Lyceum graduates have been accepted at and are attending colleges and universities throughout the United States. They have received many fine academic scholarships and are pursuing studies in all areas of learning from engineering and business, to theology and liberal arts. Our first NCAA scholar athlete graduated in the class of 2019. Lyceum graduates have obtained graduate degrees in business, classics, engineering, physics, philosophy, and theology. Our graduates serve as officers in the U.S. Army and the United States Marine Corps. Lyceum graduates are also pursuing priestly and monastic vocations.

The “tools of learning” (grammar, rhetoric, and logic) which our graduates acquired through the study of Latin, Greek, and Euclidean geometry, and the ability to think which they mastered through reading and discussing good and great books, as well as the mastery of usual college preparatory classes in mathematics and sciences which they completed, have proved to be an outstanding preparation for the challenges which they face in college. Many colleges actively recruit our graduates because the breadth and depth of their learning is almost unheard of in a typical modern high school curriculum.

Our Graduates have been accepted at:

    1. American Academy of Dramatic Arts, New York
    2. Ave Maria University, Florida
    3. Baldwin-Wallace College, Ohio
    4. Bard College at Simon’s Rock, Massachusetts
    5. Belmont Abbey College, North Carolina
    6. Benedictine College, Kansas
    7. Boston University, Massachusetts
    8. Bowling Green State University, Ohio
    9. Canisius College, New York
    10. Case Western Reserve University, Ohio
    11. Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C.
    12. Cleveland Institute of Music, Ohio
    13. Cleveland State University, Ohio
    14. College of the Atlantic, Maine
    15. College of Saint Mary Magdalene, New Hampshire
    16. Christendom College, Virginia
    17. Cuyahoga Community College, Ohio
    18. Duquesne University, Pennsylvania
    19. Fordham University, New York
    20. Franciscan University of Steubenville, Ohio
    21. Gannon University, Pennsylvania
    22. Grove City College, Pennsylvania
    23. Hillsdale College, Michigan
    24. International Theological Institute, Austria
    25. John Carroll University, Ohio
    26. John Paul the Great University, California
    27. Kent State University, Ohio
    28. Loyola University Chicago
    29. Marquette University, Wisconsin
    30. Mercer University (The Robert McDuffie Center for Strings), Georgia
    31. Mercyhurst University, Pennsylvania
    32. Miami University, Ohio
    33. Mount St. Mary’s University, California
    34. Notre Dame College, Ohio
    35. Oberlin College and Conservatory, Ohio
    36. Ohio University, Ohio
    37. Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico
    38. Saint John’s College, New Mexico
    39. St. Mary's College (South Bend)
    40. St. Vincent College, Pennsylvania
    41. The Ohio State University, Ohio
    42. Thomas Aquinas College, California
    43. University of Akron, Ohio
    44. University of Alabama, Alabama
    45. University of Cincinnati, Ohio
    46. University of Dallas, Texas
    47. University of Dayton, Ohio
    48. University of Mary, North Dakota
    49. University of Michigan
    50. University of Minnesota
    51. University of New Mexico
    52. University of Notre Dame, Indiana
    53. University of Oklahoma
    54. University of Texas at Dallas, Texas
    55. University of Toledo, Ohio
    56. Walsh University, Ohio
    57. Wyoming Catholic College
    58. Xavier University, Ohio
    59. Youngstown State University, Ohio


Proven Results