HomeLifestyleThe Campanile’s Annual College Map 2016 The Editors-in-Chief May 20, 2016 Lifestyle, Post-Paly Plans, Showcase, Spotlight 1 The following is an interactive map of Palo Alto High School graduating seniors’ post high school plans as of May 20. Congrats to the Class of 2016! See the fullscreen map here. Gap Year and International Schools Name Plans Beyond High School Sophia Anderson Southeast Asia Sophia Armitano Work and travel Justyn Cheung Work Conner Donnelly Travel Alexander Gouyet Work and travel Arianna Groetsema Travel Jamie Har Work, travel and discipleship Bradley Howes Work and art education Jillian Hu Gap Year: Japan Henry Hughes Work and travel Eve Jobs Horseback riding Julian Knodt Travel Cassidy Kornfield Work and travel Christian Laurence Gap Year: Fiji, Australia, Argentina Carl Goodfriend Work Ivan Lenkov Glassblowing Apprenticeship Anthony McFadden Work Aishee Mukherji Community service in India and US Liam Noroian Work Alys Olmstead Travel and Internship Casey Palafox Travel Emmanuelle Poivet Gap Year: France August Ramberg-Gomez Hiking Appalachian Mountains and Pacific Crest Trail Ellinor Saltin Modeling in Sweden, Spain, France, England and US Julian Soltero Work and travel Tara Strauch Living in Belgium Rebecca Sunneras Jonsson Europe and Asia Rachel van Gelder Work and travel abroad Hannah Bernstein Returning to Norway William Dougall University of British Columbia (Canada) Elias Fedel University College London (England) Andrew Gibson King’s College London (England) Maximillien Hallberg McGill University (Canada) Takaaki Sagawa London School of Economics and Political Science (England) Zachary Schlenker University of St. Andrews (Scotland) Aidan Van Vleck University of British Columbia (Canada) Dimiter Zlatkov University of British Columbia (Canada) Online design by Anant Marur. Compiled by the 2015-2016 Editors-in-Chief. One Response Brian Ho November 26, 2017 Dear Campanile, If you guys have time, can you fix the The Campanile’s Annual College Map 2016? This map does not display any of the students or their colleges. Both the years 2015 and 2017 are working perfectly. Also, can you guys make these parts mobile compatible? When bringing these pages up on a phone, the columns cover up the map completely and the scrolling is nearly impossible. Thanks. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.