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CHARIHO - The Chariho class of 2014 left the Ryan Center on Friday temporarily free of all obligations to the educational system. Now taking on obligations to themselves, the class of millennials will each choose a different and important path to the future.
Of the graduating class of 279, 142 plan on attending a four-year college, 61 plan to attend a two-year college, ten have set their sights on representing the United States in the armed forces and 57 will enter the workforce.
The colleges that the students have already been admitted to include Rutgers University, the US Air Force Academy, Brown University, the Art Institute of Boston, Boston University, Empire Beauty School, West Point Academy and the University of Spain.
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