Life after GSL

High School Highlights & College Placements
 

GSL students are highly sought-after by local high schools, where our eighth grade graduates regularly achieve success in the arts, academics, athletics, theater, service, and student government. In the past five years, our graduates have gone on to become high school valedictorians (MUS 2008 and CBHS 2012), salutatorians (MUS 2010), award-winning band members (CBHS 2012), Academic All-Stars, varsity athletes, National Merit Scholars, Scholastic Art Award Winners, leads in their performing arts productions, and much more! 


Over the past five years, GSL students have attended the following high schools:

Private: Christian Brothers, Memphis University School, Hutchison, St. Mary's, St. Agnes, Briarcrest, Lausanne, St. Benedict, St. George's, and selected boarding schools
Public: White Station High School (optional), Central High School (optional)

 

 

College Placements (GSL Classes of '04, '05, '06, '07)


Over the past four years, GSL students have attended the following colleges and universities:

Auburn University
Belhaven University
Birmingham-Southern
Christian Brothers University
College of Charleston
Depauw University
Florence-Darlington Technical College
Fordham University
Furman University
Gap year in Costa Rica
Gap year with Americorp
Georgetown University
Hendrix College
High Point University
Indiana University
IUPUI (Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis)
Lipscomb University
Loyola University- New Orleans
Macaulay Honors College at CUNY
Memphis College of Art
Middle Tennessee State University
Millsaps College
Mississippi College
Mississippi State University
Morehouse College
Northwestern University
Ohio State University

 

 

Princeton University
Rhodes College
Ringling School of Art in Sarasota
Savannah College of Art and Design
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Southern Methodist University
Texas Christian University
Tulane University
United World College’s Atlantic College in Wales
University of Alabama
University of Alabama-Birmingham
University of Arkansas
University of Denver
University of Memphis
University of Mississippi
University of Montana
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
University of St. Andrews, Scotland
University of Tennessee-Chattanooga
University of Tennessee-Knoxville
University of Tennessee-Martin
University of Texas at Austin
University of the Ozarks
University of the South
University of Virginia
Washington & Lee University
Yale University