AHS Study Skills - Credit Recovery

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  • Welcome to Study Skills at Alpharetta High School!!

    The Study Skills course and program is designed to assist students to learn, understand, and reinforce concepts and/or assignments presented in the general curriculum. Students have the opportunity to develop and strengthen good study habits and learning strategies through various instructional methods and strategies. The study skills teacher will collaborate with general education teachers on an on-going basis to develop study strategies and design lessons to best meet academic requirements of the regular classroom. Study Skills is a support class for students and is available to help build skills learned in general education classes. Moreover, students in a study skills class are often assigned online course work and the study skills curriculum is designed to be low in rigor to allow the student to have the time and ability to complete the online course work in class and during the school day.

    If you need to contact the Study Skills Instructor, please email Ms. Baugh. You can also find Ms. Baugh's contact information at the bottom of this page.



    Parents and students,

    Curriculum Night 2022 is upon us! Please join us on Tuesday, September 13, 2022 at 7:00pm! When you arrive, you will receive the schedule you will follow for the evening! 

    If you are unable to make it, we are so sorry we missed you! But, you can access materials by using the links below.

    If you have any questions, please email Denise Baugh at baughd@fultonschools.org. Thank you!

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  • Attention all credit recovery students!!

    Beginning Tuesday, September 13, 2022, the credit recovery lab will be open from 3:30pm-5:45pm with Ms. Baugh in Room 4316! 

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Topics Addressed in Study Skills

  • Throughout the school year, students will complete weekly journal assignments (turned in on Microsoft Teams), addressing different components in each of the following areas:

    • Test Preparation
    • Test Taking Skills
    • Goals and Objectives
    • Self-Advocacy
    • Organization
    • Learning Strategies
    • Transition Planning
    • Core Academics
    • Learning Styles
    • Time Management
    • Research Skills

Study Skills Syllabus

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