Our Graduates

St. Cyril students achieve in many areas and realize their dreams. 

Most of our graduates continue their education at Catholic high schools and gain admission into a school of their choice.  Principals from admitting high schools consistently praise the quality of our students as individuals, leaders, and learners.  This is the culmination of many years of work on the part of our students and the cumulative result of being guided by our wonderful teachers and supported by our dedicated staff.

St. Cyril alumni continue their education after high school and go on to attend prestigious and selective colleges and universities.  Many graduates have told us that their desire to pursue a particular academic field or choose a specific career was shaped in part by the early learning experiences, opportunities, and social interactions gained at St. Cyril’s. 

We are proud of our St. Cyril alumni and they are always welcome back to participate in our school and parish community. Please read more below on where our graduates attend high schools, colleges, and universities.


COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES

Class of 2012

St. Cyril's Class of 2012 graduated from high school in the spring of 2016. They plan on attending the following colleges and universities:

  • Stanford (1) 
  • UCLA (1) 
  • UC Berkeley (3)
  • UC San Diego (1)
  • John Hopkins (1)
  • NYU (2) 
  • USC (1)
  • Loyola Marymount (4)
  • And many more, including: Boston University, DePaul, Queen's College, Univ. of Michigan, TCU, Univ. of Oregon, Univ. of Arizona, Cal Poly, John Cabot, Trinity College, and Emory

HIGH SCHOOL

The Class of 2016 had a 85% acceptance rate to their high schools of choice. Almost 50% of the class was offered honors at entrance, with four of our students scoring in the 96th percentile or higher on the HSPT exam. The class was also offered $18,200 in academic scholarships for their freshman year.  The Class of 2016 plans on attending the following schools:

  • Notre Dame High School (7)
  • Loyola High School (5)
  • Louisville High School (3)
  • Marymount High School (3)
  • Crespi Carmelite High School (2)
  • Bishop Alemany High School (2)
  • Chaminade Preparatory High School (1)
  • Providence High School (1)
  • CHAMPS High School (1)

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 2016!


The Class of 2015 had a 90% acceptance rate to their high schools of choice. 60% of the class was offered honors at entrance and as a group were offered over $10,000 in academic scholarships for their freshman year. The Class of 2015 are currently attending the following high schools:

  • Notre Dame High School (10)
  • Crespi Carmelite High School (8)
  • Loyola High School (3)
  • Providence High School (3)
  • Louisville High School (2)
  • Chaminade College Preparatory (1)
  • Bishop Alemany High School (1)
  • Granada Hills Charter High School (1)
  • Cleveland High School of Advance Studies (1)

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 2015!