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Adolescent Mental Health
National Child Traumatic Stress Network

Teen Mental Health

2017-18 Navigator: Graduation Requirements

Bullying Prevention: Parent Information & Resources
Bullying Prevention

Fastweb Scholarship Matching & Tracking


*Personalized scholarship matching & tracking

Fulford Family Scholarship - 3/30/16

Go to "Forms" to find this application


Wendy's High School Heisman - 10/3/16

Suntrust - Rolling deadlines


Fifteen chances to win - 1 winner is chosen randomly every two weeks between October and May

Local Scholarship - 3/20/16

Champion Law Firm Scholarship - 3/15/16

CCHBCUAA Scholarships - 3/31/16

 The Carroll County HBCU Alumni Association (CCHBCUAA) Scholarships are awarded annually to graduating seniors from a high school within Carroll County who will attend a Historically Black College or University (HBCU). Application deadline is March 31st.

Eligibility Requirements:

·         Graduating senior from a high school located within Carroll County

·         Have a minimum 3.3 grade point average

·         Accepted and will attend a Historically Black College or University

Applicants must submit:

·         Completed application

·         Current school transcript

·         Three letters of recommendation (one must be from a school teacher/administrator and one must be from a member of the community)

·         A type-written essay of 500 words or less expressing their goals and aspirations and explaining the benefits of attending a HBCU and why they desire to attend.


The CCHBCUAA will award one to four scholarships annually, ranging from $300 to $500 based on number of recipients and available funds.  Click "forms" to access the application.


The Good South Scholarship - 4/1/16

Distracted Driving Scholarship - 5/1/16

College Visit Notices
Andrew College - 3/19 & 4/16

Univ of North GA Cadet Visits

Advanced Academy of Georgia

Duke Summer Program

Camp Neuro Summer Opportunity - Atlanta

Sewanee Summer Field Experiences

For rising Juniors and Seniors

UCLA Summer Opportunities

GA College Weekend

GA Southern Univ

Open House events on these dates.  Register online to reserve your spot or call 912.478.5851

Sewanee - The University of the South

Jacksonville St Preview Days

Carroll County - College & Career Academy

Counseling Resources
Willowbrooke at Tanner

Free assessments available by contacting 770-836-9551.

Georgia Access & Crisis Line: Behavioral Health Link

General Counseling Resources

A Guide to Bullying Awareness and Prevention

October is Bullying Awareness Month

Education and awareness are the best bullying prevention tools we have. A few major points in this guide include bullying prevention techniques, expert interviews that provide a window to others' experiences, and statistics and data about specific types of bullying, including cyberbullying, sexual bullying, physical bullying and more.

Freshman Perspective: Graduation Requirements & Planning

AP Student & Parent Bulletin 2017-18


Virtually all colleges accept the SAT and ACT admissions tests now.  Read here to find out which is best for you.

Assessing Comprehension and Communication in English State to State for English Language Learners

ACCESS for ELLs is administered, annually, to all English learners in Georgia. ACCESS for ELLs is a standards-based, criterion referenced English language proficiency test designed to measure English learners’ social and academic proficiency in English. It assesses social and instructional English as well as the language associated with language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies within the school context across the four language domains.

ACCESS for ELLs meets the federal requirements that mandates require states to evaluate EL students in grades K through 12 on their progress in learning to speak English.

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GA Futures

I'm First in My Family to Attend College

Resources for students who are first in their families to attend college.

Register to Vote

Selective Service

If you are a male ages 18 through 25 and living in the U.S., then you must register with Selective Service.

Testing and Assessment

The purposes of the Georgia Student Assessment Program are to measure student achievement relative to the state-mandated content standards, to identify students failing to achieve mastery of content, to provide teachers with diagnostic information, and to assist school systems in identifying strengths and weaknesses in order to establish priorities in planning educational programs.

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Career Connections
Career Connections

Learn about Career Connections and apply online