How Do We Measure Academic Success?

At Blair, “outcomes matter.” Our faculty’s goal is to inspire, encourage and teach you so that you develop as far as possible academically and intellectually during your critical high-school years.

You will discover your interests and explore new possibilities at Blair, and your education will provide the foundation—and the skills—to prepare you for all you do in college and later in life.

The success students experience at Blair is also evident in the School’s college matriculation list and in the prestigious scholarships that student have won, including the University of North Carolina’s Morehead-Cain Scholarship, the University of Virginia’s Jefferson Scholarship, Davidson College’s Belk Scholarship and the University of Chicago’s National Merit Scholarship. 

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Outcomes are important. We expect students to prepare for and attend a college or university that will further their intellectual and personal development. And with Blair as a foundation, graduates are ready when called upon to serve and lead.

From the Seven Principles