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By NICOLE MORGAN | Shorecrest Preparatory
If more than one “yes” arrives in the mailbox, seniors face another challenge: Deciding which acceptance to accept.
Whereas applicants to most Ivy Leagues and a few other schools can prolong the agony until decisions are announced in March, many students are already dealing with the problem of choosing where to spend the next four years of their lives.
This is not easy; in fact, it can be excruciatingly difficult. You may change your mind. Five, or six or a dozen times.
Thomas Hayden Mundell, a senior at Shorecrest Preparatory School, is lucky. He made up his mind to attend the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss).
“The school has a great campus and the academics are superior. Another thing that I like is that when you apply to Ole Miss, you don’t apply for a specific school, such as engineering,” Mundell said. “You’re accepted and are able to choose from any school you want. Also, you can’t go wrong with an SEC school.”
Whether the decision is based on academic offerings, class sizes, personal learning style, cost, dorms, extracurricular activities and even campus appearance, the reasons are personal.