2015-16 School Year By The Numbers
Class of 2016 Achievements
• Graduates from the Class of 2016 offered or qualified for over $3.7 million in merit-based scholarships for their first year of college – nearly $15 million over their four-year college careers.
• 64 percent of Bolles 2016 graduating students residing in Florida qualified for Florida Bright Futures Scholarships.
• 184 of the 187 graduates are going directly to college. They are attending 92 colleges and universities and were accepted to 189 different colleges and universities.
• 77 percent qualified for some form of merit-based awards such as academic, leadership, athletic scholarships or service academy appointments.
• Bolles graduates consistently place in the top 10 percent of Advanced Placement scores achieved throughout the country.
• 2 Bolles seniors have been named National Merit Finalists.
• 1 Bolles senior has been named a Presidential Scholarship Semifinalist; she was the only Jacksonville student to be listed.
• 1 Bolles senior was offered a Jefferson Scholarship, marking the first time Bolles has received an offer in back-to-back years.
• 40 members of the Class of 2016 committed to continue their athletic careers in college.
• 835 people tuned in to Bolles.org on Saturday, May 28, 2016 to watch the livestream of the Commencement Ceremony for the Class of 2016. The viewing audience literally tuned in from all over the world, a testament to Bolles’ global diversity. Viewers hailed from Poland, China, Nicaragua, Ecuador, Canada, Singapore, Australia, United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia and throughout the United States. The Resident Life program at Bolles weaves a unique fabric of cultures, languages and religions, exposing all Bolles students to a richer and broader educational experience. Bolles administrators and faculty are so proud of our graduates and are even prouder of what we know they will become.
Bolles Achievements for 2014-15: