Brooklyn private independent school

College Acceptances



Our college counselors have extensive experience in college admissions counseling as well as teaching.

Carolyn Middleton, our Director of College Counseling, came to Berkeley Carroll in 2016 with nearly 25 years in college admissions, advising, and counseling, having served most recently as Director of Admissions at Barnard College. In addition to her prior experience in admissions at the University of San Diego, Boston University (MA), and St. Mary's College (CA), her work has also included leadership roles in college counseling at two secondary schools, Colorado Academy (CO) and Sacred Heart Preparatory (CA). She also ran the academic advising center for first-year and sophomore students at Columbia University. Carolyn earned her graduate degree in Higher Education from Harvard University.

Khaliah Williams, who joined the staff in 2015 as both College Counselor and a member of our English department, served as an the Director of Multicultural Recruitment at Sarah Lawrence College and an Assistant Director of Admission at Eugene Lang College of the New School for Liberal Arts, before getting her MFA from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. Her counseling experience, prior to Berkeley Carroll, includes five years as a College Counselor at the Friends School of Baltimore (MD). She is also a writer of fiction and has published her short stories and nonfiction at the Hawaii Women’s Journal, Frontier Psychiatrist, Buzzfeed Book Country, Day One, American Short Fiction and Day One Year One Best New Stories & Poems 2014. Khaliah is a fellow at the Kimbilio Center for African American Fiction and serves on the Writers In Baltimore Schools Advisory Board.

As experienced educators, our counselors approach the college process as an opportunity for growth and learning. Operating according to the philosophy that “college is a match to be made, not a prize to be won,” the counselors work one-on-one with students and their families to help them discover the best colleges and universities to fit their strengths and goals, and to submit applications that reflect their best, most distinctive qualities.

Over the last five years, Berkeley Carroll seniors have been admitted to 280 different colleges and universities. Our graduates’ options have included:

Amherst College

Cornell University

University of Michigan

Spelman College

Babson College

Dartmouth College

Middlebury College

Swarthmore College

Bard College

Davidson College

Mount Holyoke College

Syracuse University

Barnard College

Dickinson College

New York University

Trinity College

Bates College

Emory University

Northeastern University

Tufts University

Boston University

Franklin & Marshall College

Oberlin College

Tulane University

Bowdoin College

George Washington University

Occidental College

Union College

Brandeis University

Grinnell College

University of Pennsylvania

UC, Berkeley

Brown University

Hamilton College

Pitzer College

UC, Los Angeles

Bryn Mawr College

Harvard University

Pomona College

The University of the Arts

Carnegie Mellon University

Harvey Mudd College

Princeton University

Vanderbilt University

Case Western Reserve University

Haverford College

Reed College

Vassar College

Chapman University

Howard University

Rhode Island School of Design

Villanova University

University of Chicago

Johns Hopkins University

Rice University

Washington University, St. Louis

Claremont McKenna College

Kenyon College

University of Richmond

Wellesley College

Colby College

Lafayette College

University of Rochester

Wesleyan University

Colgate University

Macalester College

Sarah Lawrence College

Whitman College

Colorado College

Macaulay Honors, CUNY

Scripps College

College of William and Mary

Columbia University

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Skidmore College


Williams College

Connecticut College

McGill University

Smith College

Yale University

Cooper Union


University of Southern California