Welcome to College Counseling

At FWCD, the College Counseling Office is dedicated to making the students’ transition from high school to college one that encourages both self-reflection and growth. The goals of the College Counseling program at FWCD are for students to understand themselves, feel empowered and knowledgeable during the research and application processes, and to ultimately be happy at their chosen college. There are many factors that influence a student’s final college enrollment decision and the college counselors are ready to help students and families navigate their options.The FWCD college counseling program aims to provide support for all students, helping each one find his or her appropriate college match.

The college counselors work closely with juniors and seniors starting at the beginning of the junior year with a twice monthly college counseling class, preparing students to be knowledgeable and ready to navigate the college application process no matter where they choose to apply. The college counselors also meet occasionally with freshmen and sophomores throughout the school year and host approximately 30 college counseling events, including senior application workshops, parent brown bag lunch meetings and College Colloquium. College Colloquium, FWCD’s signature college counseling event, brings a panel of college admission deans to campus each spring to share their valued insight and expertise with the Upper School faculty, parents and students. FWCD also hosts a college fair, College Day, attracting over 200 college and university admission representatives to our campus during this annual fall event.
Traditionally, 100 percent of FWCD graduates attend four-year colleges and universities across the U.S. and internationally. Students who stay in Texas enjoy acceptance rates far exceeding the levels set by in-state institutions. FWCD students’ college acceptances demonstrate an outstanding level of preparation, plus an ability to contribute positively to their campus and, ultimately, to their world.
We look forward to working with your family. Please contact our office if you have any questions about the college counseling program at FWCD.

Upper School Curriculum Guide

FWCD School Code 442519

College Acceptances

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  • The Class of 2017

    The numbers in parentheses indicate schools where more than one student has been accepted.

    American University (3)
    Auburn University (3)
    Austin College (2)
    Baylor University (5)
    Belmont University (4)
    Blinn College
    Boston College
    Boston University (5)
    Carnegie Mellon University (2)
    Case Western Reserve University (4)
    Catholic University of America
    Chapman University (4)
    Clark University
    College of Charleston (2)
    College of William & Mary (3)
    Colorado State University (2)
    Dartmouth College
    Davidson College
    DePaul University
    Drexel University
    Duke University
    Elon University
    Emory University (2)
    Florida Southern College
    Florida State University
    Fordham University
    Furman University
    George Mason University
    Georgetown University
    George Washington University (2)
    Georgia Institute of Technology
    Hampden-Sydney College
    Harvard University
    Hawai'i Pacific University
    Hendrix College (2)
    High Point University
    Hofstra University
    Howard University (2)
    Indiana University at Bloomington (2)
    James Madison University
    Kenyon College
    Lewis & Clark College
    Louisiana State University (8)
    Loyola University Maryland
    McGill University
    Missouri University of Science and Technology
    New York University
    Northeastern University (5)
    Northwestern University (2)
    Oklahoma State University (4)
    Pomona College
    Regent's University London (2)
    Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
    Rhodes College
    Rice University
    Rollins College (2)
    Samford University
    San Diego State University (2)
    Seattle University (2)
    Sewanee: The University of the South (2)
    Smith College
    Southern Methodist University (5)
    Southwestern University (4)
    St. Edward's University (2)
    St. Mary's University of San Antonio
    Syracuse University (2)
    Texas A&M University (25)
    Texas Christian University (37)
    Texas Tech University (7)
    Texas Wesleyan University
    Trinity University (4)
    Tufts University (2)
    Tulane University (5)
    University of Alabama (13)
    University of Alabama at Birmingham
    University of Arkansas (24)
    University of British Columbia (3)
    University of California Davis (2)
    University of California Los Angeles
    University of Colorado Boulder (4)
    University of Georgia (6)
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2)
    University of Iowa
    University of Kansas (2)
    University of Michigan (2)
    University of Mississippi (28)
    University of Missouri-Columbia (2)
    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2)
    University of North Carolina at Greensboro
    University of North Texas (2)
    University of North Texas at Dallas
    University of Oklahoma (33)
    University of Oregon (2)
    University of Pittsburgh (2)
    University of Richmond
    University of Rochester
    University of South Carolina (2)
    University of Southern California (4)
    University of St Andrews
    University of Sydney
    University of Tennessee, Knoxville
    University of Texas at Arlington (3)
    University of Texas at Austin (26)
    University of Texas at Dallas (2)
    University of Tulsa
    University of Vermont
    University of Virginia (3)
    Vanderbilt University (2)
    Vassar College
    Wartburg College
    Washington and Lee University (4)
    Washington University in St. Louis
    Yale University
4200 Country Day Lane, Fort Worth, TX 76109
Phone: 817.732.7718
Fort Worth Country Day (FWCD) is a K-12 private, independent, coeducational, nondenominational college-preparatory school located on approximately 100 acres in Fort Worth, Texas. The mission of Fort Worth Country Day School is to foster the intellectual, physical, emotional, and ethical development of capable students through an academically rigorous college preparatory program that integrates the arts and athletics.