College Counseling & Matriculation
Our dedicated college counseling and guidance department features six counselors who guide students through the college search, application and financial aid processes.
Counselors are assigned students to ensure students receives the help and guidance they need to get to the college that is a good fit for them.
Once enrolled, students celebrate their success by hanging their college banner in our dedicated college counseling and research room.
The college search can be an enjoyable and exciting process; deciding which schools would be good match for a student, academically, emotionally and socially, is one of the main roles of CCHS counselors. The process takes time, thought, hard work, and attention to detail. Working with the counselors and utilizing school resources will help make the process smooth for students and parents.
As a college preparatory school, a large part of our counselors' job is focused on preparing students for admission to post-secondary institutions. This involves both academic and college counseling. Counselors work with students throughout high school to help them choose their courses and explore their post-high school educational and career opportunities.
High school is a time of growth and change for each student. Students may face social and personal situations. Counselors are available to assist students with these issues, as well as to make referrals as needed.
Charlotte Catholic students are accepted to some of the best colleges and universities across the United States. Our students work hard, and as a result, the list of recent college acceptances is impressive and growing with each graduating class. CCHS has appropriate courses, excellent faculty, and experienced counseling staff to help students find and get in to the college or university of their choice.
Check out a few of our recent acceptances:
Carnegie Mellon University
College of William & Mary
Georgia Institute of Technology
Johns Hopkins University
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
New York University
North Carolina State University
University of California, Los Angeles
University of Chicago
University of Florida
University of Miami
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
University of Notre Dame
University of Southern California
University of Virginia
Wake Forest University
Washington University, St.Louis