Our guidance department is under the direction of Mrs. Kim Williams.
Email: email@example.com Phone: 864-578-4238 Ext: 4080 Fax: 864-542-1846
For information on scholarships, researching colleges, career exploration and SAT/ACT registration, go to Naviance Family Connection. Naviance Family Connection also provides up-to-date information that’s specific to our school. It also lets us share information with you about up-coming meetings, news, and events, as well as other web resources for college and career information
Step by Step Guide
We all know that education is important, but why should you think about college now if you do not have to apply until you are in the 12th grade? The answer is simple. When you apply to college, the admission officers look at everything you did in high school. Then they decide whether they think you can handle college work. In deciding whom to admit, colleges look at: The high school courses you took, grades and class rank college entrance exam scores like the SAT and ACT your school, community and family activities the quality of the essay you send with the application Your planning must start now! This is your guide. There is a checklist for each grade and some helpful resources. Talk to people – your parents, teachers, counselors, and other people you trust. Don’t be shy – seek help when you need it. If you are concerned about how much college will cost, remember there is financial aid available. Most colleges and universities are very generous with their financial aid packages. Don’t be scared away by the costs! “And my God will meet all your needs according to his glorious riches in Christ Jesus.” Phillippians 4:19