The Keystone Academy Class of 2021 has received offers from more than 140 leading colleges and universities across the world.

Keystone’s fourth graduating cohort of 76 students, the largest since the school’s establishment, has weathered the challenges since the start of the coronavirus pandemic and is looking forward to the next stage of their academic journey in top-notch institutions here and abroad.

Amid interruptions in the current school year, the class underwent a rigorous college and university admissions process, with more than 76 percent participating in the early application process, and each getting a satisfactory admission notice.

A number of selective and highly ranked universities around the world also gave Keystone students admission offers during the regular admissions cycles. Several members of this year’s crop have also been awarded full scholarships.

The high-caliber institutions from which our students have received offers come from 16 countries. This includes first-time offers from Dartmouth College and The University of Texas at Austin (both in the United States), Katholieke Universiteit te Leuven (Belgium), St George's University (Grenada), ArtEZ University of the Arts (Netherlands), and Yonsei University (South Korea), among many others.

Nearly 70 percent of this year’s class have applied to universities in multiple countries, with a third of them selecting to try more than three possibilities.

The breadth and diversity of this year’s university offers demonstrates the strength of a Keystone education, reflecting both its high academic standards and also attesting to the quality of co-curricular provision that students receive throughout their tenure at the school.

Click here to view the complete list of college and university acceptances.


Percy Jiang

Before joining Keystone, Percy Jiang served as the college counselor at the Beijing National Day School and helped to start its college counseling project, building a professional counseling team with his expertise and resources. 

Yanni Liu

Yanni has been working in the college counseling field for many years, both in public and private schools in Beijing and Shenzhen.

Bill Russo

Bill has been working in college counseling since 2016, most recently at The High School Affiliated to Renmin University of China, International Curriculum Center.