Ashwood Waldorf Blog
William Alexander ’10 Accepted to USC Honors Program
Ashwood graduate William (“Whit”) Alexander ‘10, has received a letter of acceptance to the University of Southern California’s Resident Honors Program. This highly competitive program accepts only 20 to 30 students each year. Applicants must have a minimum combined SAT score of 2050, a successful high school record with a 4.0 grade average, and demonstrated leadership ability.
William is currently a junior at the Watershed School in Camden. Admission to the USC Resident Honors program will allow him to skip his senior year of high school and enter USC as a freshman in September.
Acceptance automatically qualifies William for a one-fourth tuition scholarship for four years.