Justin-Siena students come from over 36 schools primarily in the Napa, Solano, and Sonoma areas. We have relationships with local Catholic, Independent, and other Religious schools in the area called our Partner Schools. We also have students that come to us from all over the country and world in our International and Boarding programs.
Yes! Each year, we welcome about 50 students from 22 countries in grades 9 through 12. We are pleased to offer Boarding on campus or Homestay with local families. At Justin-Siena, we partner with Amerigo Education for our International student boarding experience. Please visit our International Student page on our website for more information. Additionally, if you would like to host an international student, contact Annick Bouldt, our International Student Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org .
We have a school uniform. Shirts, outerwear, and skirts can all be purchased through Land’s End. Students must wear a Justin-Siena polo or top with a collar, and they can wear khakis or jeans. Girls have the option to wear skirts from Land's End.
256 colleges received applications from Justin-Siena students
84 individual colleges/universities will welcome Braves this fall
$8.5 million+ in scholarships offered to the Class of 2019 (6.3 million in 2018)
19 student-athletes will continue to play in the NCAA or JC level. 11 graduates will continue their success as NCAA student-athletes in football, volleyball, soccer, tennis, and track & field. Additionally, 8 graduates will go on to play baseball, softball, and football at California Community Colleges. Yet another student will be playing baseball in a post-graduate year at Deerfield Academy, a premier prep school in New England.
One student earned just one of only 50 full scholarships to BYU, where he will enroll after completing his 2-year mission to the Philippines.
After Justin-Siena, 10 students will be continuing their Lasallian journeys in colleges operated by the Brothers.
One student is following the call to serve as an EMT and will spend his time training in Utah.
6 grads will pursue higher ed all over the world: France, Mexico, New Zealand, Switzerland, and Thailand.
9 students are following their passions in the performing arts to Berklee College of Music, CSU Chico, Chapman University, Loyola University New Orleans, Napa Valley College, Northwestern University, and UC Santa Barbara
True to the heritage of our wine country locale, several graduates will be studying every element of the wine industry at Cal Poly, Davis, and Cornell.
Breakdown of College Matriculation
84% to a 4-year college
15% to a 2-year college
60.5% attending California colleges/universities
34.8% attending out-of-state US colleges/universities
2.6% attending international colleges/universities
18 University of California
21 California State University
20 California Community College
31 California Private Colleges
24 Catholic Colleges
59 Out-of-State and International Colleges and Universities
For a complete list of colleges Justin-Siena students have attended, please click here.
Graduates were awarded more than 8.5 million in scholarships based on their academic achievement, leadership, and/ or service. In 2018 that number was 6.22 million.
All incoming freshman students take part in a multiple-day freshmen immersion program that helps them get to know the school, their class and their advisor. New students and international students also have an orientation program at the start of the year. We also offer parents and families several opportunities to gather to learn about the life of the school and meet each other, including new parent orientation, Back to School Night, and our Parent Association Meetings and events.
No, each student is unique and has his or her own talents and gifts that he or she brings to our community. We do seek students who work hard, play hard, and are upstanding members of their school communities.
We like to look at each applicant as a whole and get to know him/her as a person to see what kind of thinker, student, and person he/she is. We do require all freshman applicants to take an Entrance Exam, and submit his/ her 7th and 8th grade transcript and discipline files. As part of the admissions process we also require your current Principal, Math teacher, and English teacher to complete recommendations. We also encourage you to have any other teacher, coach, counselor, or pastor to also complete a recommendation. We also have an admission interview with the applicant as well as his/her parents.