Incoming high school graduates should be academically smart. If a student struggled in high school, this educational experience will prove to be tough and stressful. If one did have trouble with high school and still received A's and B's, this student should be ready to commit a great deal of time to studying and preparing for classes and exams. Someone who will remain dedicated to their studies despite the dramatic ups and downs associated with this school would be ideal. In addition to being dedicated, one should be outgoing enough to make friends and relieve the stress.
Someone who is very organized and knows how to prioritize their responsibilities. Someone who is able to spend a lot of time concentrating on one subject. Someone who is very good at memorizing. Someone who doesn't care about a lot of extracurricular activities, and can make friends on their own. Someone independent. Someone who makes friends easily.
A person who genuinely enjoys studying, and does not have much of an interest for a social life would be interested in this college.