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Instilling Excellence...
Transforming Generations

Alumni Spotlight

Mansion shares and celebrates your success!

Mansion Success Story

Brianna Conley
Brianna Conley graduated from Columbus Academy with a GPA of 3.7. She was awarded over $55,000 in scholarships. Brianna was accepted into the University of Chicago, Boston University, and Emory University.  She is currently pursuing her degree in Pre-Med at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. Brianna credits Mansion Day School as instilling her with a love of community service and playing chess.

Channing McNeal
Channing McNeal graduated from St. Frances DeSales High School with a GPA of 4.071. He was awarded over $100,000 in scholarships. Channing was accepted into The University of Michigan, University of Toledo, and the University of Miami. He chose Cornell University in Ithica, New York to pursue a degree in International Business. Channing credits Mansion Day School with his exposure to foreign languages and diverse cultures, as well as teaching him very important critical thinking skills as keys to his success in high school and his goals for the future.

Clinton James
Clinton James graduated from St. Frances DeSales High School with a GPA of 3.982. He was awarded over $172,000 in college scholarships with offers from Wittenberg University, Denison University, and Case Western University. He chose to study Business at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia. Clinton credits the work ethic he learned as a Mansion Day School student as the key to his academic success in high school and his ability to earn a 4.0 GPA during his first semester at Morehouse College.

Stacy Bartlett
National Merit Scholar, Stacy J. Bartlett graduated from Reynoldsburg High School with a 4.5 GPA. Stacy was awarded over $750,000 in scholarships from several college and universities, including Cornell University, Harvard College, Princeton University and Yale University. Stacy chose Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island to pursue her studies as a Pre-Med major. Lovingly, Stacy credits Mansion Day School as the reason for her success both academically and socially, because it was there that her teachers “wouldn’t let her fail.”


Mansion Day School is a coeducational preschool through 5th grade preparatory day school that embraces diversity and instills confidence. The school’s challenging curriculum, affirming environment and high expectations produce a foundation for global leadership development. The entire Mansion Day School community enjoys a strong sense of family. It is here, where students know they are valued and celebrated daily in an atmosphere designed to maximize their individual potential. Your information will not be shared with any 3rd party vendors.