The Wardlaw+Hartridge School Class of 2022 has experienced a unique journey in so many aspects of their high school career, including their college selection, application and acceptance process. Despite all the obstacles placed in their paths, the students of this resilient and bright class are garnering an outstanding list of college acceptances from some of the nation's top colleges and universities.
Meet Some of our Class of 2022 Graduates
Shiv Tickoo ’22, will be enrolling at Princeton University, where he plans to major in molecular biology. Shiv loves the depth and flexibility of the Princeton academic program.
The College of William & Mary
Grace Lu ’22 is thrilled to be continuing her academic and athletic journey at The College of William and Mary. The W+H senior golf star made it official when signing her National Letter of Intent in November and earning early admission.
Ramon Gonzalez ’22, will o be enrolling at Columbia University, where he plans to major in Computer Science with a minor in economics or applied mathematics.
Shankari Theivanayagam ’22, will continue her academic journey at Emory University where she has the goal of becoming a medical doctor or a scientific researcher.
Aarush Dharayan ’22, who will be attending Georgia Institute of Technology and majoring in computer science. Aarush, a National Merit Scholar Finalist, was looking for a rigorous computer science program in a bustling city setting and found his match in Atlanta.
New York University
Shreya Dharayan ’22 was looking for big things in a big city and found her match with an early decision acceptance to New York University. She intends to study biology on the pre-med track with a goal of becoming a physician.
Gurinder Singh ’22, will be attending Williams College, majoring in computer science while exploring his passions in the humanities and psychology at an institution noted for its excellence and top ranking in the liberal arts.
George Washington University
Nicole Sandrik-Arzadi ’22, is enrolling at The George Washington University as a Political Communication major in the fall. A bright young woman with career aspirations in the fields of politics and journalism, Nicole has found an outstanding location to pursue her dreams.
Kori Brown ’22, found the perfect fit in Colgate University. Kori first heard about the school from a relative and said he has loved it ever since. He’s excited to be enrolling in the fall.
Jenelle Valera ’22, is thrilled to be continuing her academic and athletic career at Bryant University. Jenelle, one of the state’s finest golfers, made it official when she signed her National Letter of Intent in January.
Oliver Zhao ’22 is excited to be enrolling at Emory University after receiving early decision admission. Oliver looks forward to studying in Emory’s Quantitative Science program.
New York University
Masoma Zaidi ’22 is excited to be enrolling at New York University after earning an early decision acceptance. Masoma has not yet decided on a major but plans to focus on the liberal studies core program.
Ananya Murlidharan ’22 found her eventual college home midway through her Upper School years. Ananya earned an early decision acceptance to Barnard, where she plans to major in Biology with a potential double major or minor in Asian & Middle Eastern Cultures.
Rose Kassam ’22, is excited to be enrolling in Boston University’s College of Communications. Although her specific major is undecided, Rose knows she wants to study communications.
New York University
Laura Chen ‘22 knew what she wanted, pursued it with determination, and earned early decision admission to her dream school, New York University. She loves the atmosphere and educational offerings at NYU, where she will major in Data and Computer Science.
Nikolette Aponte ’22 earned an early decision acceptance to Skidmore College. Nikolette had visited many colleges over the years, including when her older sister was looking at schools, and she described Skidmore as “the nicest atmosphere and the most welcoming college.”
Emily Brogan ’22 is proud and excited to be continuing her academic and athletic career at Bryant University. Emily, an accomplished javelin thrower who plans to major in sports psychology, made it official when she signed her National Letter of Intent in November.
Meet Garry Zhu ’22, an international student, who earned an early decision acceptance to Emory University, where he plans to major in economics and statistics.