SANBORNTON, NH — August 29, 2014. What do Hillary Clinton and Rose Kennedy’s alma maters have in common with Freud’s only American speaking venue? They, along with a half dozen other colleges, are welcoming Sant Bani School alumni this September. Long known for its range and diversity of college acceptances under the guidance of college guidance counselor, Susan Dyment, the Sanbornton day school is sending out a new class of graduates. Muhlenberg College is welcoming Sarah Steenbergen, Hebron, to its Allentown, Pennsylvania campus. Two recent SBS grads will be attending Clark University, Worcester. Known first as a graduate school where Sigmund Freud spoke in 1909, now Clark is a four-year, research-based, liberal arts university.  It will be greeting Javin deMello-Folsom, Sanbornton, and Jenna Sutcliffe, Plymouth, as members of the Class of 2018.  Clark isn’t the only Worcester-area college with Sant Bani alumni. Raianna Krahn-Burke will attend Becker College, which has its main campus in near-by Leicester. Further west in North Adams, Massachusetts, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts will be home to Giulla McDonald, Laconia. Harrison Evans, Meredith, will travel to Ithaca College in Finger Lakes Region of New York State. Olivia Etchings, Thornton, and Johanna Soule, Bristol, will also be in New York. They will be freshman at Manhattanville College, which counts Rose Kennedy and several of her daughters in its alumni body. Breslin Bell, Concord, will attend Wellesley College, Hillary Clinton’s alma mater. Under Susan’s guidance, graduates aren’t limited to this continent. Giacomo Dario will continue school in his home country of Italy and Ciao Thielen returned home to Argentina.