Although The Lyceum is relatively young school, our 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 pre-medicine, to theology and liberal arts.

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.

In its nine year history, 25% of ALL Lyceum graduates have received National Merit Recognition:

  • 1 National Merit Commended Student in 2012
  • 2 National Merit Scholars in 2011
  • 1 National Merit Finalist in 2011
  • 1 National Merit Finalist in 2009
  • 1 National Merit Commended Student in 2009
  • 1 National Merit Finalist in 2007
(Finalists and scholars score in the top 1% of all students taking the PSAT nationally; commended students in the top 5%.)

The average SAT score for Lyceum students is in the top 13% nationally of all college bound students taking the exam.

Lyceum graduates have been accepted at or are attending the following colleges and universities:

  • Ave Maria University, Florida
  • Baldwin-Wallace College, Ohio
  • Bard College at Simon’s Rock, Massachusetts
  • Belmont Abbey College, North Carolina
  • Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C.
  • Christendom College, Virginia
  • Cleveland State University, Ohio
  • College of the Atlantic, Maine
  • College of Saint Mary Magdalene, New Hampshire
  • Cuyahoga Community College, Ohio
  • Duquesne University, Pennsylvania
  • Franciscan University, Pennsylvania
  • Hillsdale College, Michigan
  • John Carroll University, Ohio
  • John Paul the Great University, California
  • Ohio University, Ohio
  • The Ohio State University, Ohio
  • Thomas Aquinas College, California
  • University of Alabama, Alabama
  • University of Dallas, Texas
  • University of Dayton, Ohio
  • University of Cincinnati, Ohio
  • University of Notre Dame, Indiana
  • University of Texas at Dallas, Texas
  • University of Toledo, Ohio