Over 250 students were able to mix and mingle with a variety of colleges, universities, and trade schools at the CHS annual College Night on October 10. Representatives from about 35 different institutions participated in the event, which is organized by school counselor Penny Tinnerella.
"I definitely enjoyed the experience," junior Jenna Lemoine said. "It allowed me a chance to learn about a variety of schools and also career options."
Tinnerella said the focus of College Night is allowing students a platform to learn about opportunities and consider what might make a good fit for them in the future.
As students prepare for graduation, CHS is also hosting a series of FAFSA Parent Nights to help students and their parents navigate how to complete the FAFSA forms, a state requirement for graduation. The next FAFSA Parent Night is scheduled for November 8.