Isabelle was accepted Early Decision to Emory University today. For those of you with younger kids, there are two types of early applications to college (with a few flavors) – Early Decision, which is binding, and Early Action, which is not. Some colleges offer both, but most just one type.
Emory was her first choice so she applied ED, which means that’s where she is going to college. No ifs, ands or buts. No take-backs.
She has worked hard the past three-and-a-half years, studied tirelessly for her SATs, SAT subject matter tests and Advanced Placement tests and wrote amazing essays. It all paid off with great grades, scores and admission to the college of her choice.
Isabelle had tremendous support from her school, Harvard-Westlake, especially several of the deans who helped her craft her application and teachers who wrote her recommendations. Thank you all!
I have to give a special shout out to Judge Michael Nash, presiding judge of Juvenile Court at Los Angeles Superior Court, for whom she worked this past summer. He has been incredibly supportive of her ambitions and wrote a recommendation as well. Thank you!
Words can’t express how proud I am of my girl!
A whole new adventure awaits…for both of us.