The Wardlaw+Hartridge School Class of 2023 has experienced a unique journey in their high school career, including their college selection, application and acceptance process. 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 members of the Class of 2023
University of Pennsylvania
Sydney Racine ’23 will attend The University of Pennsylvania and major in biology next fall. Sydney was looking for the best science, research and pre-med programs with a close eye on which institution would best match her social and extracurricular interests.
Stevens Institute of Technology
Nick Vargas ’23 plans to major in civil engineering at Stevens Institute of Technology. The Wardlaw+Hartridge lifer discovered his future college home through a wonderful experience at its Civil Engineering and Architecture Summer Program in 2022.
Briana Di Landro ’23 will attend Columbia University, where she intends to major in Public Health with a possible minor in biological sciences.
Gurshan Sidhu ’23 is excited to continue his academic journey at Northeastern University, where he plans to major in business administration.
Angelina Vargas ’23 will matriculate to Brown University, where she plans to study psychology and take sample courses in nutrition. Angelina also will continue her soccer career at Brown.
Matthew Faust ’23 will be matriculating to Northeastern University, where he plans to study computer science and economics. Matthew believes he has found an excellent fit based on his requirements and priorities.
Rhode Island School of Design
Amy Sun ’23 is matriculating to Rhode Island School of Design, where she will be majoring in illustration. Amy, a talented fine artist, caught her first glimpse of RISD during the holiday season in 2021 while spending a week in Rhode Island.
Rohan Batra ’23 will join some of his W+H classmates after an early decision acceptance to Northeastern University, where he plans to major in Computer Science. For Rohan, location and academics made it easy to identify his top college choice.
University of Pennsylvania
Nandini Shah ’23, is excited about her matriculation to the University of Pennsylvania, where she plans to major in biochemistry in the College of Arts and Science with the hopes of attending medical school in the future.
Case Western Reserve University
Charles Chang ’23, is excited to attend Case Western Reserve University, where he plans to major in math. Charles was motivated by his teachers to love the subject and would like to pursue a master’s degree in math.
Claire Chen ’23, plans to major in Communications and Media after a recent early decision acceptance to Northeastern University. Claire believes she has found the best of many worlds at her new college home.
Aydin Aziz ’23, was looking for a modern school in an urban setting and found a wonderful fit in Northeastern University, where he recently received early decision admission. He plans to study biology in the College of Sciences.
New York University
Jim Zhang ’23, is looking forward to majoring in environmental engineering at New York University. An international student who grew up in Shanghai, one of the largest cities in the world, Jim is thrilled to return to a big city experience.