Despite the "Ivy" name, I do not measure success solely by whether or not students get into "Ivy League" schools. That would be nice, but not necessary. My job is not to maximize the number of students who get into Ivy League or other brand name schools. My job is to help students make smart decisions about their future (e.g. high school, gap year, college, job, career, calling). If that lands them in a most-selective school - that's a bonus. I do not post a list of where PrepWell Academy students have been accepted even though many have been (and will be) accepted to the most selective schools. This is not the point.
The selectivity of a school is not the most important measure of student success for me. I measure student success by how a student is doing 6.5 years after graduating from high school. For those who attend four-year colleges, that gives them 2.5 years to put their education into practice in the real world.
I measure success by whether a 25-year old is (1) gainfully employed, (2) enjoying their work, (3) sees a bright future, and (4) is not unduly burdened by college debt. These conditions can be met under infinite scenarios from a student who skips college to become a plumber's apprentice to someone who wins a Rhodes Scholarship upon graduation from Princeton.