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Finals are usually given after each semester

Finals Week: Too much stress for success

January 29, 2020

Final exams are one of the most important part of a class. Skills from throughout the semester are tested, and have a very big influence on your grade. Impact on ...

Over 1.1 million students from the class of 2016 took one or more AP exams. 
Photo via Steven Lilley on Flickr under Creative Commons License.

Are students feeling satisfied in AP courses?

June 17, 2019

The number of high school students taking AP courses continues to grow each year. In May 2018 there were 2,808,990 students taking AP exams. According...

With the support of her dance teachers, family members, and the CHS staff Sarah will be able to turn her dreams into a reality.

Colonia senior awarded dance scholarship to La Roche College

April 11, 2019

Fourteen years of dancing paid off for Sarah Pereira when she was awarded a scholarship to La Roche College. The Pittsburgh-based school selects ten da...

Information about colleges posted outside of the CHS counseling office.

College fairs are helping students prepare for the future

November 19, 2018

Woodbridge High School held a college fair for high school students in Middlesex County on Wednesday, October 24.  Representatives from over 50 colleges and unive...

Inside College: what college life is really like

Lecture halls or classroom, college awaits those up for the challenge.

By: Afrah Momin, Fall Editor & Reporter

November 28, 2017

From the moment you graduated preschool to the final year of high school, everything happened in an instant. We're all grown up and ready to create a career...

College isn't for everyone. Trade fields may be the right path for you.

Why A Trade Might Be Right For You

May 9, 2017

Your entire life, you’re told college is the only option. That just is not the case. As our society has continued down this path, the trade industry has suffered. Less people are going into the blue collar workforce, leading to a large demographic of aged tradesman that are continuing to diminish in numbers.

Preparation for college

Juniors preparing for senior year over the summer

June 13, 2016

The school year of 2015-2016 is coming to end at Colonia High School and this is the perfect time to start preparing juniors for their senior years. Junior...

Taking Advantage of a College Visit

Taking Advantage of a College Visit

October 20, 2015

This past September, Colonia High School has received the visits of four different colleges which are looking to admit new students next year. These colleges...

Students filling out there college applications.

College Application Process

November 27, 2014

A lot of people, mainly students and guidance counselors, have a problem with the application process to college. Many feel the process should be revised...

Post Graduation Plans for 2014 graduating seniors.

College may not be for you, but trade schools might be an option

April 4, 2014

A vocational school or a trade school is a school in which students are taught the skills needed to perform a particular job. A university is an institution...

The 123’s of College Planning

By: Jessica Lowrie, Spring Reporter & Editor

February 22, 2014

It’s the beginning of senior year and the guidance counselor calls you down to discuss your future. How does one, at the age of 17 or 18, know what they want to do with the rest of their lives? Completely understandable – they don’t. There are, however, ways to prepare so that Student A isn’t confused in the guidance counselors office while Student B is already accepted...

Mrs. Roberts, CHS Spanish Teacher, attended Colonia High too.

Former CHS student, now Spanish Teacher

January 14, 2014

Mrs. Debra Roberts is a Spanish teacher at Colonia High School and the adviser of the school's chapter of the National Honor Society. Friendly, helpful,...

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