The process of preparing for college begins the moment students set foot in the Upper School. Our approach to college counseling is in keeping with our school mission to foster a passion for lifelong learning and pursuit of knowledge. At Chase, college counseling is a highly personalized process focused on assessing the strengths, talents and dreams of each individual and finding the colleges or universities that best fit his or her needs.
Beginning in ninth grade and continuing through college placement in senior year, college counseling is comprehensive and individualized. College Counselors work with students and parents to share successful strategies for standardized testing, assemble a thorough list of possible colleges, and offer advice on honing college essays, resumes, and applications. Chase seniors accumulate impressive numbers of college acceptances, and the college counseling office also assists them in selecting the best school for their interests and goals.
The links to the left are provided to offer quick, easy reference and information on the college process. Please know that all Chase families are invited to contact the College Office with questions or concerns at any time or click here to view our Profile.
On Thursday, April 18, from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm, Chase Collegiate School will host a College Fair. Over 90 colleges and universities will be in attendance. Students and their parents from all area schools are welcome to attend this informal opportunity to speak with college admission representatives from across the country.
The event will take place at the Goss Field House on the Chase Collegiate School campus. For more information please call the Upper School Office at 203-236-9534.
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The College Office
"The curriculum at Chase is designed to ensure that students will be able and confident to face the challenges of a rigorous collegiate academic program."
Dr. Anna Carew-Miller, Ph.D.
2006, Director of College Counseling