College Info

PLANNING FOR LIFE AFTER GRADUATION.....
It begins in ninth grade, involving proper course selection, involvement in extra-curricular activities, career awareness and exploration and the college search and application process.
 
Please click on the links below to access valuable information to aid you and your child throughout the four years in high school.
 
Please don't hesitate to contact your child's counselor as he/she is your guide throughout this process.
 
 
 
 
college visit
GOING TO VISIT A COLLEGE?  BEFORE YOU GO....COMPLETE THE CHS COLLEGE TRIP PERMISSION SLIP.
Missed the presentation?  Access the SENIOR TOOLKIT slideshow to review the information.
CLASS OF 2021: Planning on going to college? A list of courses that you've taken in high school to help you complete applications were mailed home in September.  Here is some Important information needed for applications:
  • Class size: 315

  • CHS School Counseling phone # (908) 709-6302/6303

  • School code: 310-260

  • CHS School Counseling fax # (908) 709-1850

  • CHS does not rank

  • GPA scale 4.0 (highest possible weighted GPA-5.3)

  • CHS GPAs are weighted

  • Passing grade is a 65

  • 6th Semester GPAs (Freshman through Junior years) 9/2017 – 6/2020

 
 
-moderated by Mr. Corea, CHS school counselor
NACAC’s College Admission Status Update is a central resource of information about changes in college admission as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
 
The chart below includes information provided to NACAC by colleges and universities worldwide. You’ll find information on each institution’s plans and policies for admission events; for consideration of high school transcripts and standardized test scores; for decision and deposit dates; for summer and fall semester plans; and more.