84 students: 39 women/45 men

28 U.S. states represented

8 countries represented: China, France, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Singapore, and South Korea


  • 12 National Merit Scholars; 14 National Merit Finalists
  • 15 National AP Scholars
  • 10 High School Valedictorians; 2 Salutatorians*

*Out of the high schools that rank their students.

Test Scores (Middle 50% Range)


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Students in the Class of 2019 participated in the following activities before coming to Olin:

76% Community Service

35% FIRST Robotics

18% Other Competitive Robotics Teams

69% Academic Teams

22% Research

56% Athletics

39% Arts—including Vocal Music, Dance, Drama/Theatre, and Visual Arts

48% Part-time Work

8% Student Government

44% Music (Instrumental)


Fun Facts and Accomplishments

  • One student has a pilot’s license and one student is working on a pilot’s license!
  • One taught English in India
  • One can solve a Rubik’s cube in under 20 seconds
  • One is a competitive rock climber
  • One built a desktop bamboo water fountain
  • One started an iPhone repair business at school
  • One is a writer for the teen section of their local newspaper
  • One is currently writing a science fiction trilogy
  • One designed a working “Phantom of the Opera” chandelier for their local theater
  • One is an independent film director and editor
  • One completed a solo bicycle ride from Hungary to the Adriatic Coast
  • One co-founded a weekly after school Math Club for 4th and 5th graders
  • One has had two paintings displayed in museums (the Seattle Art Museum and the Bellevue Art Museum)
  • One painted a mural for charity in downtown Dallas, TX
  • One created a school garden where all the crops grown go to the local soup kitchen
  • One spent 10 months in Bosnia and Herzegovina as a Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange & Study Scholar
  • One designed and built a robotic prosthetic arm for a quadriplegic man—and watched him use it to pick up his first object in 20 years!
  • One has a Minecraft video with 1.7 million views on YouTube
  • One taught elementary school students about Chinese language and culture
  • One has done about 400 total hours of conservation work in various areas of the U.S.
  • One planned and led their high school’s first annual Young Women’s Engineering Symposium
  • One has won the United Dairymen of Idaho’s Distinguished Student Award
  • One was a two-time soloist for the Palo Alto Chamber Orchestra
  • One was published in ACS Synthetic Biology