Emily Spica, a 2007 graduate of The Grosse Pointe Academy, was recently accepted into the University of Pennsylvania’s veterinary medicine program, which is ranked one of the top 10 veterinary programs in the country.
Spica, who was president of her class at GPA, attended the Interlochen Arts Academy and recently graduated from Bryn Mawr College in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. She begins at Penn in the fall in a very selective veterinary school in a highly competitive field. In fact, only about 10% of applicants are accepted into the program on an annual basis.
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The School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania was founded in 1884, and has a long-standing tradition as a global leader in veterinary medicine education, research, and clinical care, with a tradition of compassionate clinical expertise, intellectual rigor and the pursuit of innovative thinking.
About The Grosse Pointe Academy
The Grosse Pointe Academy is an independent, coeducational day school serving children age 2 1/2 through Grade 8. We foster an inclusive environment that respects all cultures and religious beliefs. We seek to remain faithful to our heritage as a former Academy of the Sacred Heart and to those who through their Catholic faith and perseverance sought to preserve and enhance the legacy of this past for generations. Incorporated as a non-profit institution, The Grosse Pointe Academy is directed by a Board of Trustees working together to serve the Southeastern Michigan community.