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Fun Facts About the Radnor High School Class of 2019

Updated June 13, 2019; Published June 11, 2019
 
Class of 2019


Fun Facts About the Radnor High School Class of 2019

 

The 286 members of the Radnor High School Class of 2019 entered the Finneran Pavilion Center at Vilanova University on June 12 to say farewell to their classmates, teachers, and days as high-schoolers. Here are some fun facts about this year's graduates. (Learn more about their future plans from "The Radnorite" here.)

  • Out of the 155 males in the class, Aidan is the most popular name. There are 6 of them.
  • Out of the 131 females in the class, Sarah is the most popular name. There are 6 of them.
  • 2 members of the Class of 2019 will be celebrating something else during the week of graduation – their birthday. Happy birthday to Graham Armstrong and Eliana Schlagman!
  • 7 sets of twins will graduate this year. Seven!
  • When asked their favorite musician or band, the most popular choices for the Class of 2019 were:
    1. Juice WRLD
    2. Kendrick Lamar and Taylor Swift (tie)
    3. Drake, Billie Eilish, John Mayer, Post Malone, and Queen (tie)
  • When asked their favorite TV show, the most popular choices for the Class of 2019 were:
    1. Game of Thrones
    2. Friends
    3. The Office
    4. It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
    5. Grey's Anatomy
  • When asked their favorite grade, the most popular choices for the Class of 2019 were:
    1. 12th
    2. 10th
    3. 11th
    4. 8th
    5. 5th
  • When asked to chose their favorite Philadelphia sports team, the Class of 2019 results were:
    1. Eagles
    2. Sixers
    3. Phillies
    4. Flyers
  • This year’s graduates plan to attend 107 different post-secondary institutions.
  • The college/university set to have the most Raiders as freshmen next year is Penn State, where 25 graduates plan to attend either main campus or satellite campuses. The second-most colleges/universities scheduled to welcome members of the Class of 2019 are Delaware County Community College and Drexel, where 15 graduates each plan to attend. Third is Northeastern, where 8 members of the Class of 2019 plan to continue their education.
  • 9 graduates are set to move on to Ivy League schools
  • 98 students plan to attend Pennsylvania colleges/universities.
  • 15 students plan to attend Pennsylvania community colleges.
  • 1 graduate plans to join the U.S. Armed Forces.

 Congratulations to all of our 2019 grads and best of luck with your future endeavors!