DULUTH - St. Scholastica students wore their caps and gowns Sunday, leaving their college careers behind, hopefully for careers in what they call "the real world."
More than 780 students graduated from CSS.
The ceremony packed Amsoil Arena with many students who loved their collegiate experience.
"I really wanted to go to css since I was in eighth grade. I just knew that I wanted to go there. The campus is beautiful, the teaching is exceptional and I just knew that I wanted to go there," said graduating student Kalie McCauley.
The most popular majors are nursing, management, biology, and physiology.