Siena continues to excel at preparing our students for high school success. Thirty-six Siena alumni graduated from McQuaid Jesuit this past year. They represented 24% of the graduating class (152 in total), but 30% of its National Honor Society members and 30% of the students who attained an average of 85% or higher over seven semesters. In fact, 81% of our alumni averaged above 85% at the school, while only 56% of the 116 non-Siena graduates did so. And while 31% of Siena graduates were NHS members at McQuaid, only 22% of non-Siena graduates achieved that distinction.
Aquinas Institute: 50% of Siena graduates were named to NHS, while only 20% of non-Siena graduates were.
Bishop Kearney: 80% of Siena graduates were named to NHS, while only 22% on non-Siena graduates were.
Siena graduates receive the highest honors and recognition at our Catholic high schools:
Aquinas Institute: Bishop Clark Award
Bishop Kearney: Salutatorian and Founders Award
McQuaid Jesuit: Jesuit Secondary Education and Bishop Kearney Awards also The University Award
Our Lady of Mercy: Student Body President and Vice President