Class of 2017 hopes to spread the love


Catherine Escueta

Compatibility tests were distributed during homeroom on Jan. 11.

Phoebe Drummond

Students looking for their CHS soul mate filled out a 32-question survey last week to find their perfect match. The compatibility test is a fundraiser for the senior class to raise money for prom.

To make the questionnaire, the senior class council, composed of President Sarah Lang of Monmouth Beach, Vice President Catherine Escueta of Eatontown and council members Justin Boldt of Howell, Elizabeth De Furia of Manalapan and Allie Kuo of Tinton Falls, used a company called Computer Fun that provides options of creating a questionnaires. Computer Fun customers can pick premade questionnaires or pick from a variety of single questions to compile a questionnaire, fitness teacher and Class of 2017 adviser Virginia Clevenger said.

“Our senior class officers designed this questionnaire this year themselves based on the company’s question,” Clevenger said.

After students completed the questionnaires, they put them into a box outside the fitness center to be collected by Clevenger.

“When I get the answer sheets I literally ship them right to the company,” Clevenger said. She also mentioned that nobody at CHS looks at any answers on the surveys.

“I have to have a quick look at them to make sure kids have their names on it, but it all goes to an outside company and then it comes back,” Clevenger said.

The survey read that students will be able to get their results shortly for the price of $2. Love will be filling the halls this winter at CHS.