A small, highly-ranked, liberal-arts college in Grinnell Iowa, known for attracting quirky students. In the top 10 colleges in the country for students pursuing their PhDs, Grinnell students are practically geniuses.
Your son goes to Grinnell College? TELL ME YOUR SECRET!
A small liberal arts college in Appleton, Wisconsin. This school operates on a trimester and has Division 3 athletics, and kick-ass academics. Extremely underrated, as it attracts incredibly intelligent kids from all over. Almost 2/3 of the classes there are just one on one lessons with the teacher. It truly is amazing, and accepts 2/3 of applicants!
Guy 1: Where did your dad get accepted to college?
Guy 2: Cornell, Stanford, Carleton, Grinnell, and Lawrence?
Guy 1: And he chose Lawrence University?
Guy 2: Why wouldn't you?!
A small, liberal-arts college in Oregon, that is meant for kids
"who love learning for learning's sake." Some people will label them as "nerds" today, as they study hard and have no varsity athletics. However, they are the leaders of the future. They are all incredibly intelligent and quirky. They are the leaders of tomorrow. Big jocks who hate academics stay away, for you will never understand what it takes to be a "Reedie."
That kid got a 35 on his ACT? No wonder he's going to Reed College.
A small town in Caroline County, Maryland. It is the county seat and is known for practically nothing. People here are either blithering idiots or fabulous geniuses (mostly blithering idiots, but there are hidden gems. Mostly, nobody is average.)
There isn't much to do in Denton, except listen to redneck's trucks in the distance. Not a great place to live, although there is a high school ranked in the top 5% in the nation, that is known for producing good students.
Kid One: Hey, what kind of car do you have?
Kid Two: Dude... I'm from Denton, Maryland.
Kid One: Oh Sorry, *Truck*