The guidance department of Shepaug Valley High School in Washington has announced the future educational plans of Region 12's Class of 2012.

This year, 83 percent of the class was accepted to post-secondary school programs.

Sixty-six percent will attend four-year programs.

Students who have been accepted are listed below, with the name of the institution listed in parentheses.

Theodore Adams (Naugatuck Valley Community College), Catherine Alexander (Florida Institute of Technology), Elyse Andrews (University of Connecticut), Shannon Bartkus (Stonehill College), Ariana Brighenti (University of St. Andrews), Matthew Carlson (Eckerd College), Dylan Clark (Lyndon State College), Kiera Lee Cloutier (Hartwick College), Ava Coploff (Binghamton University), Shamus Craft (Naugatuck Valley Community College), Aydan Crumrine (Johnson State College) and Connor Cushnie (Champlain College).

Also, John DeFeo (Southern Connecticut State University), Madeline DeGrazia (Western Connecticut State University), Gina DeMeo (University of Rochester), Mary Dillon (Regis University), Zachery Drzal (Western Connecticut State University), Brendan Dwyer (Syracuse University), Elizabeth Eichen (North Carolina State University), Tanner Fagan (Naugatuck Valley Community College), Quincy Farrow (Western Connecticut State University), Daniel Foote (Liberty University) and Melinda Fragomeli (University of Connecticut).

Also, Henry Guaman (Naugatuck Valley Community College), Brittany Hartman (University of Southern Maine (), Alexander Howe (Naugatuck Valley Community College), Brian Hungerford (Roger Williams University), Jennifer Isaac (Davidson College), Lindsay Isaac (Gap Year), Edward Kelly (University of Connecticut), Colleen Koslosky (Bentley University), Jessica Lee (Central Connecticut State University), Kyle Lundie (University of Vermont) and Shaun Lynch (Eastern Connecticut State University).

Also, Margaux Maxwell (Gap Year), Erik Meglio (Sandhills Community College), Kenyon Moore (Lincoln Technical Institute), Thomas Morse (Marist College), Alana Necio (University of Rhode Island), Tiffany O'Rourke (Western Connecticut State University), Nichole Parzuchowski (Norwich University), Megan Patrick (Salve Regina University), Kathryn Paul (Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts), Marissa Pitts (Lincoln College of New England), James Reilly (Dutchess Community College) and Asia Russell (Salve Regina University).

Also, Carson Scovin (Iowa State University), Mathi Smith (Fairfield University), Antone Souza (Naugatuck Valley Community College), Isabel Steiner (Curry College), Andrew Stern (University of Rochester), Taylor Walsh (Simmons College), Brendan Welsh (SUNY Maritime College) and Howard White (Naugatuck Valley Community College).