Guidance and Academics
Parents, at The Campus we do our best to provide academic guidance that will see your students through to graduation. Our academic and guidance department meets with students individually throughout their time here. The following are just a few of the reasons for our meetings: 1) to make sure they are on track for graduation; 2) to inform students of their options after high school; 3) to talk about the HOPE scholarship and other avenues of paying for college. We begin meeting with students their junior year and follow up with several sessions their senior year. No one is slipping through the cracks here!
Requirements for Graduation
Go to http://www.gacollege411.org for helpful tools to help you navigate life after high school graduation, including college and career planning, financial aid, scholarships, test help, etc.
Go to http://www.actstudent.org for registration and information on the ACT for college entrance.
The American College Testing: measures what student has learned in school with up to 5 components—English, Mathematics, Reading, Science, optional Writing Test.
Go to http://www.collegeboard.com for registration and information on the SAT for college entrance.
The Scholastic Aptitude Test measures what student is capable of with 3 components—Critical Reasoning, Mathematics, Writing.
Advanced Placement Exams offer students the opportunity to earn college credit while still enrolled in high school. The Campus is eligible through the College Board to administer AP Exams. For a list of courses and exams or more information on signing up for one of these, contact Andra Farill.