On April 11, Central Catholic students and parents attended a college information presentation, hosted by Central Catholic's Office of School & College Counseling. Thank you to the admissions experts from Anna Maria College, Harvard University, University of Massachusetts Lowell, and Worcester Polytechnic Institute for sharing their knowledge and perspectives with our families!
We provide a superior college preparatory education in which 100% of our graduates gain access to excellent colleges and universities throughout the United States and abroad. Our graduates are well prepared for the rigors of higher education as they enter college as mindful, dedicated students who share a seriousness of purpose.
Congratulations to our recent graduates!
The Office of School & College Counseling works with students to come up with an academic plan that's right for each student and to find the college that's the best fit for them, taking into account their talents and personalities.
Each year, a large number of colleges and universities visit CCHS to meet with our students.
These College Conferences are important interactions for students and a great opportunity to communicate with Admissions representatives and ask questions to help in their process of identifying the best college to continue their education.
Each conference is 30 minutes long and held in the Office of School & College Counseling. Juniors and seniors may sign up for up to six conferences using the Naviance Family Connection,
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The entire junior class (approx. 330 students) recently had the opportunity to interact with over 15 Jesuit college and university reps from across the U.S. during the 2nd Annual Jesuit College Fair at CCHS. The students asked important questions regarding the process of applying to college, available academics, and possible financial aid prospects.
In May 2018, 108 Central Catholic High School (CCHS) students achieved AP Scholar status or higher by scoring an average of 3.96 on a variety of AP (Advanced Placement) exams. In total, 341 CCHS students took 721 AP exams in 26 different subject areas. AP exam scores are based on a scale of one (1-Lowest Score) to five (5-Highest Score). See who made the list! (Note: The list has been updated to include AP Scholars with Honor.)
For the second consecutive year, a unique program dubbed the “Write Stuff” offered over 120 Central Catholic seniors the rare opportunity to have their college essays reviewed by professional college representatives before students submit applications to their dream schools.