Ready to Thrive
Baker graduates emerge ready to take on any challenge they choose to pursue in high school, college and beyond.
Baker graduates matriculate to excellent public schools like Evanston Township High School and New Trier High School, Chicago Selective High Schools and Independent Schools like Beacon Academy. After high school, our graduates begin changing the world at institutions like:
|University of Michigan||Bard College||Shimer College|
|Northwestern University||Julliard||Colorado College|
|Purdue University||DePaul University||University of Wisconsin|
|Landmark College||USC||University of Minnesota|
|Beloit College||Columbia University (NYC)||University of the Arts in Philadelphia|
|Swarthmore College||St. Olaf||University of Rochester|
|Santa Clara University||Colgate University||Howard University|
|University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign||Skidmore College||Bradley University|
|Michigan State University||Mizzou||Drake University|
|University of Iowa||Case Western||Elon University|
|Loyola University Chicago||Stanford University|
Baker graduates are citizens of the world, lifelong learners who are forging creative solutions to complex problems within the communities they serve. They are positive agents of change. They are thriving in a rapidly-changing world. And we could not be more proud of them!
Grad Year: 2011
Since graduating from ETHS, Ella went on to Elon University in North Carolina. She majored in human services studies and minored in women/gender/sexuality studies, psychology, and criminal justice studies. Ella studied abroad for a summer in Paris, a semester in Indonesia, and did a winter term in India. She says she loved Elon and would recommend it as an institution to anyone applying for college. Ella currently lives in Miami Florida, where she is doing a social justice fellowship, because, “I am deeply passionate about effecting sustainable and system change in our juvenile justice system.”
Grad Year: 2014
While in High School, Levi worked for The Fort Collins Police Explorers, a unique program that was essentially an internship, where he was deeply involved in local law enforcement. He began a criminal justice degree, but decided to put his studies on hold to accept a full time position with Wyoming DOC (Department of Corrections). He lives in Rawlins, WY.
Grad Year: 2013
Lia (she/her) is a student at the University of Rochester in the class of 2021, majoring in Classics and minoring in dance. She works as the Classics Department Peer Advisor, is a Latin and Ancient Greek tutor at the U of R’s Language Center, and studied abroad in Rome and Athens in 2019. She also is pursuing a certificate in Museum Studies from Northwestern University. Lia is a dancer, choreographer, and President of the U of R Ballet Performance Group and is a member of the Strong Jugglers, a circus arts club. Lia also works with the following organizations: Turning Points Resource Center, which assists currently and formerly incarcerated individuals and their loved ones; the Center for Community Alternatives, a group dedicated to decarceration, prison abolition, and legislative policy advocacy; and the Rochester Education Justice Initiative, which teaches courses to incarcerated individuals at the Groveland Correctional Facility so they can earn degrees while serving their sentences. After graduation, she intends to pursue a law degree or a Master’s degree in Public Policy.
Grad Year: 2015
After graduating from ETHS, Elsa attended St. Olaf College where she is now entering her sophomore year. She chose St. Olaf because the school has a certification path for students pursuing careers in education, a Latin language program and a robust choir program. During her freshman year, Elsa was inducted into Eta Sigma Phi, the national Classics honors society, was involved in choir, and worked on campus as a tour guide. She also worked with students in an urban K-8 school in Minneapolis during “J-term” (4-week sessions in January). In her sophomore year she plans to continue pursuing her love of classics and music on campus.
Grad Year: 2014
Eva is a junior at Loyola University Chicago, majoring in psychology with a double minor in neuroscience and sociology. She tutors in statistics and will also tutor in calculus, neuroscience, and psychology courses. She just completed an internship at Loyola’s tutoring center as a data analyst. Currently, she interns at an integrative psychiatry practice, functioning as an administrative assistant. In her free time, Eva studies the cello with Richard Hirschl, a member of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Looking forward, she intends to pursue a graduate degree in neuropsychology.
Grad Year: 2012
Leah graduated from Shimer College with a Bachelor’s degree in liberal arts. During her gap year she worked for Americorps and was placed in the REAP program in Madison, WI. REAP is a farm-to-school program that teaches kids how to grow and prepare their own food. She was the food service manager at the Isthmus Montessori School in Madison for the 2019-2020 school year.