Nah, I think a lot of people get the “too many siblings and legacies” talk from PSDs early in the game, which probably scares a lot of people out of applying.
Dalton too I would
For K? I don't know if the events of this past year have changed things, but in a regular year, I'm sure it's Dalton. A co-ed, K-12 school in Manhattan which actually takes a lot of new kids for K. TT but progressive and known to be the least "pressure cooker" of the TTs with the least counsel out culture.
PP: And I think how they handled this year is appalling, but as a general matter, a lot of the Dalton trash talk is sour grapes (and this is true of many schools-- you don't see it as much of Trinity because people don't apply in K as someone said above). Even this year, I noticed that some of the people who said they didn't like Dalton were the same people posting that they got negative feedback.
100% correct. Spurned lover attitude is oh so strong with K admissions. Every school that dings your DC is terrible, and the one you end up with was your FC all along.
Dalton. Trinity’s 2018-19 annual report says 640 applications that year for k. I’d have to bet that Dalton gets closer to 750+ but I can’t find their annual report online.
Jesus christ, that matriculation list :O
@Anonymous Dalton’s or Trinity’s? Both are impressive, although to the extent people are looking at his when applying to K (which they shouldn’t be, but who are we kidding), the lists for the schools that double in size in HS (T, HM) are a bit misleading. Trinity also doesn’t disclose raw numbers, not sure why that is, as they have nothing to hide.
Trinity. They don’t have raw numbers directly on the website but the Annual Report lists the matriculation for the class of 2019.