As always, get all of your SAT/ACT testing, college application, and scholarship info in the often imitated, never duplicated, newly updated CHS School Counseling Newsletter. Click the “Newsletters” tab above. Winter break is almost here, and what better time is there to curl up by the fire, pour yourself a cup of coffee and fill out five or six scholarship applications in a row? The answer: there is no better time. So get yourself a Newsletter and get that free money, seniors.
Students and families, please clink the link below for the 2015-2016 Caroline High School Program of Studies. Current ninth, tenth, and eleventh graders will want to begin browsing the various course offerings as we prepare to initiate the scheduling process for next school year. Please call or make an appointment to see your school counselor if you have any questions.
Seniors: are you interested in playing a sport in college? Are you wondering how to get started? A good first step would be to click the link below. As always, see you school counselor if you have any questions.
Students – feel free to check out this website for help with your college search. It allows you to search for schools based on the degree level you are pursuing, the state in which you’d like to attend college, and the specific academic track you are looking for. Information is power – use it!
Get excited, Class of 2015 – it’s officially college applications season! The CHS School Counseling Department would like to remind students to please make sure that requests for letters of recommendation and/or transcripts are turned in to your counselor at least two weeks before the day they are due.
For deadlines that will occur over the winter holiday (University of Virginia, William and Mary, and others), requests must be turned in by December 5th.
For deadlines that will occur after the winter holiday but before January 20th (JMU, Virginia Tech, and others), requests must be turned in before students and staff leave for break.
Remember – it is your responsibility to be aware of deadlines that apply to you. As always, sign up to see your counselor if you have any questions – applying to college is a big deal and we are here to help!
Read all about it – SAT/ACT info, college and scholarship information, and more – in the brand new November edition of the always-popular CHS School Counseling Newsletter. Click the “Newsletters” tab above to get your copy.
Instead of just lying around and doing nothing on Tuesday, November 4th (election day), why don’t you take a visit to Germanna Community College instead? The College is holding an Application and Admissions Information Session from 10:00-11:00 am in Room 200 of their Locust Grove Campus (2130 Germanna Highway, Locust Grove Va., 22508).
To reserve a seat, you can call (540) 834-1961 or email email@example.com with your name, the number of people who will be coming, and a contact email address or phone number.
Getting a U.Va degree is hard, but starting this Spring it may be a bit more accessible to you. Beginning with the high school class of 2015, any student who applies to the U.Va College of Arts and Sciences and is placed on the waiting list may elect to enroll at U.Va’s College at Wise for two years with guaranteed admission to U.Va-Charlottesville for the final two years.
• Student must be a Virginia resident.
• Student must apply to U.Va. Charlottesville’s College of Arts and Sciences and receive a waiting list decision.
• No application is required to enroll at Wise, once the student is placed on the waiting list for U.Va. Charlottesville.
• Attend Wise and complete 60 hours of transferable credit before automatically transferring to U.Va. Charlottesville to complete the BA/BS degree.
• No application is required to transfer to U.Va. Charlottesville after the two year Wise commitment.
• Student must achieve a 3.0 cumulative GPA or better on a 4.0 scale at Wise.
• Student must satisfy all competency and area requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences at U.Va. Charlottesville while enrolled at Wise.
• Student must enroll in the College of Arts and Sciences at U.Va. Charlottesville.
The University reserves the right to deny admission to any student who has been suspended, expelled, or convicted of a crime.