Senior Survey Results - Where do Westwood Graduates Attend College?

Class of 2017
Full senior survey results can be found here, but a snapshot of the class of 2017 is listed below. 

Westwood seniors were asked to complete a final senior survey in order to receive to receive a free final transcript. The information below is from the student responses to the survey.

Type of College or Program

620 graduates

Attending College
97.6%
Four Year Colleges
81.5%
Two Year Colleges
16.1%
Total Military
<1%
Gap Year
<1%


Location of College

Texas
80%
Out of State
19.9%
Out of Country
<1%


Class of 2016
Full senior survey results can be found here, but a snapshot of the class of 2016 is listed below. 


Westwood seniors were asked to complete a final senior survey in order to receive to receive a free final transcript. The information below is from the 601 student responses to the survey.

Type of College or Program
Four Year College
464
77.2%
Two Year College
117
19.4%
Military:


Army
3

Marines
2

Navy
1

Total Military
6
1%
Gap Year
2
<1%


Location of College

Texas
453
77.9%
Out of State
126
21.6%
Out of Country
2
<1%
States Represented
32


Class of 2015
Full senior survey results can be found here, but a snapshot of the class of 2015 is listed below. 

577 responses to the survey were received. Of those responses:
  • 74% (427 students) will attend a Four year College
  • 23% (133 students) will attend a Two year College 
  • 0.34% (2 students) will attend a Vocational School 
  • 1.21% (7 students) joined the Military
  • 79% (445 students) will attend college in the state of Texas
  • 21% (117 students) will attend college Out of State. 

Westwood Class of 2015 UT Austin Enrollment Data
Many people ask for information about Westwood graduates who are admitted to the University of Texas at Austin. For large high schools, Westwood has a large number of students admitted and enrolled at UT Austin. Below you will find data for the WHS Class of 2015 at UT.


The WHS class of 2015 had 124 students admitted (19.7%)  to UT Austin and 86 (13.7%) enrolled.