Profile: Class of 2017

We are proud of our 2017 graduates! The Prout School will graduate 130 seniors at Prout’s 49th Graduation Ceremony on Tuesday, June 13 at The Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul in Providence. Ninety-nine percent of the Class of 2017 will attend college in the fall. 

Many of our seniors took both International Baccalaureate (IB) and Advanced Placement (AP) classes and eleven are candidates for the full IB diploma. Seventy-eight are IB certificate candidates. The International Baccalaureate Diploma Program is recognized and respected by the world's leading universities.

Ten of our graduates are “legacy” students; sons and daughters of Prout alumni:

  • Ian Andres, son of Magdalena Wenisch Andres '91
  • Gabrielle Bianco, daughter of Joy Sivo Bianco '87
  • Juliana Daggett, daughter of Beth-Ann Basile '85
  • Christian Fonseca, son of Michelle Ruberto Fonseca '83
  • Devin Knott, son of Nicole Lefebvre Knott '88
  • Kelcey Maher, daughter of Joyce Brown Maher '84
  • Joseph McClain, son of Catherine Moore McClain '81
  • Christian Moffitt, son of Colleen Prior Moffitt '83
  • Emily Shephard, daughter of Mary O'Connell Shepard '78
  • Charlotte Sullivan, daughter of Marianne Mernick-Sullivan '81

Collectively, Prout seniors have been offered more than $23,381,840 in scholarship money over a four-year period.

This was a record year for Prout seniors - they received 35 acceptances from the 100 Most Selective Colleges and Universities (according to US News & World Report). Click here to see the list of colleges and universities that have accepted our 2017 graduates!

Ms. Mary Hoyt, Director of our College & Career Counseling Center, has more than 42 years of experience working with Prout seniors and their families to find the best possible college fit.