GLASTONBURY — The vast majority of Glastonbury High School's class of 2015 has gone on to attend either a two-year or four-year college, school officials said.
Director of Guidance Edward Gregorski said 496 of the 514 class members — 96.5 percent — went to college this fall. He said 435 graduating seniors went to four-year colleges while 61 went to two-year colleges.
Gregorski said that five students entered the military and four went directly into the workforce. An additional three fell into the "other" category, either attending prep school or taking some time to decide what to do next.
The University of Connecticut was the most popular...