Westridge School Class of 2012: Young Women Empowered to Change the World
Westridge School in Pasadena is proud to send the Class of 2012 into the next phase of their lives as young women who find great joy in learning, hold strong personal ideals, and are committed to ethical action, social and environmental responsibility, courage and compassion — women who strive toward meaningful lives as contributing citizens of the larger world.
The 71 members of Westridge’s Class of 2012 earned 398 acceptances at 158 different colleges and universities around the country. One hundred percent were accepted into four-year colleges and universities. They will attend 50 different colleges and universities in 19 states and theDistrict of Columbia.
Reflective of the school’s mission, Westridge’s college counseling program is committed to the intentional matching of each senior with a college or university aligned with her unique qualities and interests. The program carefully considers each individual, her strengths and aspirations, and guides her in identifying an institution best suited to her goals for the future.
Westridge is committed to empowering girls with the conviction to pursue many interests, grow in self-confidence, and be their best, bold selves. Girls leave Westridge as young women, prepared, motivated, and committed to excellence and goodness in everything they do.
Founded in 1913, Westridge is an independent day school for college-bound girls, grades 4 through 12, located in Pasadena, California. Elizabeth J. McGregor is the 11th head of school. For more information about the school, visit www.westridge.org