Counseling Mission Statement

  • The mission of the Counseling Department is to build a comprehensive developmental counseling program addressing the academic, career, and personal/social development of all students. Programs developed by the Counseling Department will be driven by the unique ethnic, cultural, and economic diversity of the entire student population with the end goal of removing barriers to student learning and encouraging achievement at the highest level for each student. Through a partnership with students, educators, parents, and the community, the  Counseling Department will prepare students academically and socially to be productive members and leaders of society.

  • View Your Transcript Through Infinite Campus - Stay Updated!You can check your students transcripts to see what courses need to be recovered and if they have enough credits to be promoted to the next grade. Summer school registration information is also posted on our website.

     

    Students MUST have the following credits to be promoted to the next grade:

     

    PROMOTION REQUIREMENTS

    Ninth Grade to Tenth Grade

     

    Pass at least 5 credits

    Tenth Grade to Eleventh Grade

     

    Pass at least 11 credits

    Eleventh Grade to Twelve Grade

     

    Pass at least 17 credits

     

    Students may access their Unofficial Transcripts in Infinite Campus following the directions below:

     

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  • TRACK YOUR HOPE GPA 

    GA Futures Account

    You can begin checking your HOPE GPA through your My GAfutures account starting in the 10th grade.* Don’t have an account? Create one today!  https://www.gafutures.org/create-account/

    Track your HOPE GPA/Eligibility using the link below:  

    https://www.gafutures.org/hope-state-aid-programs/hope-zell-miller-scholarships/how-to-track-your-hope-academic-eligibility/my-high-school-hope-gpa/

     

     

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  • 2020-2021 Summer School Information

    Summer School is an opportunity for high school students to clear incompletes from Spring 2020-Spring 2021, accelerate, or recover credits during the time between school years. This includes students who receive services via an Individualized Education Plan (IEP). Face-to-face (F2F) and virtual offerings exist, and often provide students with a broader array of options than those available during the school year. The summer sessions are condensed versions of content provided during the school year, and students must have their course requests validated by their counselor before being enrolled.
     
    For Summer School 2021, students who have previously failed a course have the opportunity to retake the course for free through Fulton Virtual School. Students may take up to two credits at no cost. In addition, students who have Incompletes from the Spring 2020-Spring 2021 can attend summer school at no cost in order to clear the incompletes. Students clearing an Incomplete can choose to participate through Face-to-Face Summer School or Fulton Virtual School. Students who choose to accelerate through Fulton Virtual School during the summer will require tuition.
     
    Summer School Online Registration
    https://fultonsummer.geniussis.com
     
     
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