Class Portrait 2013

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    From the USNA website:

    CLASS SIZE
    Men....................................................998
    Women................................................253
    Total................................................1,251

    APPLICATIONS
    Men................................................11,923
    Women.............................................3,419
    Total...............................................15,342

    RANK IN HIGH SCHOOL
    Top 20%...............................................76%
    Top 40%...............................................15%
    Middle 20%............................................8%
    Lower 40%.............................................1%
    Bottom 20%..........................................<1%

    COMPOSITION
    Varsity Athlete.......................................92%
    Community Service.................................86%
    Dramatics, Public Speaking, Debate.............86%
    Varsity Team Captain...............................61%
    Church Group........................................57%
    National Honor Society.............................57%
    Student Body Leader................................38%
    Tutoring...............................................38%
    Work experience (>10 hrs/wk)....................32%
    Musical Activities (i.e. Band, Chorus, etc)......30%
    School publication..................................21%
    Non-English as a Primary Language in Home.....3%
    First Generation American..........................9%
    First to Attend College in Family...................6%

    COLLEGE BOARD DATA
    Middle 50th percentile*
    •Verbal: 570-700 •Math: 600-700
    *This means that 50% of the class received SAT scores within
    the range between the 25th and 75th percentile.
    The average national comparison for USNA Class of
    2013:
    • Hispanics average top 5% scores for all college
    bound Hispanic students.
    •African Americans average top 6% for all college
    bound African American students.
    •Caucasians average top 11% for all college bound
    Caucasian students.

    DIVERSITY
    The Class of 2013 includes 253 women (20%) and a
    total of 435 midshipmen (35%) with race/ethnicity
    as follows:
    Hispanic................................................174
    African American.....................................125
    Asian American/Pacifi c Islander....................114
    Native American........................................22
    INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
    The class of 2013 includes 18 international
    students from: Azerbaijan (1), Belize (2),
    Georgia (3), Guatemala (1), Korea
    (Democratic) (1), Lebanon (1), Montenegro (1),
    Panama (1), Philippines (1), Poland (1), Singapore
    (1), South Africa (1), Taiwan (1), and Tunisia (2).
    ALUMNI SONS AND DAUGHTERS
    The Class of 2013 includes 50 sons and 16
    daughters of Naval Academy Alumni (5%).

    EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
    The Class of 2013 includes 28% (348) from college
    and post high school preparatory programs, which
    include:
    •242 from Naval Academy Preparatory School
    (NAPS) in Newport, R.I.
    •7 from Nuclear Power School
    •64 from the U.S. Naval Academy Foundation
    Program (40 from prepatory schools and 24
    from other colleges under Foundation
    Scholarship).
    •35 additional students have completed at
    least six months of study at a college or
    university.

    MILITARY BACKGROUND
    Total Former Enlisted*
    Navy......................................................32
    Marine Corps............................................11
    Total......................................................43
    *This figure includes 19 who entered directly from the Navy
    (15) and the Marine Corps (4). Additionally, 24 prior enlisted
    attended a year at the Naval Academy Preparatory School (17
    from the Navy and 7 from the Marine Corps). This figure also
    includes 8 Marines and 1 Sailor who served in Iraq/
    Afghanistan.
     

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