COUNSELOR ASSIGNMENTS

Scheduling an Appointment

  • Gwinnett County School Counselors will continue supporting students' academic success, career development, and social-emotional growth, through individual meetings, conferences, presentations, groups, and classroom lessons/activities. 

    Students can schedule appointments with counselors through email or coming to the Counseling Office (A1).

     

  • Gwinnett Cares has additional up-to-date resources if you need food or other assistance.

  • View the 2022-23 Parent Night Schedule

    Freshman Grade Parent Night
      Tuesday, August 16, 6PM

    Senior Parent Night
      Thursday, August 18, 6PM

    View the slides here.

    Sophomore Parent Night
      Thursday, August 25, 6 PM

    View the slides here.

    Open House 
       Monday, September 12, 5:30 - 7:30 PM

    Financial Aid Night
      Thursday, September 29, 6 PM

    Junior Parent Night 
      Thursday, November 10, 6 PM

    College Credit Options Now Parent Night*
      Thursday, November 17, 6 PM
       (Please note that this date was listed incorrectly in the summer mailer.)

  • Class of 2023 (SENIORS)

    The Senior Parent Night presentation can be found here.

    Need a letter of recommendation? Fill out a Brag Sheet here.


    Learn more about the process of applying for student loans, grants, and scholarships to help pay for college.

    Check Post-Secondary page for scholarships and the Senior Bulletin.

     

  • Class of 2024 (JUNIORS)

    Junior Parent Night

    Thursday, November 10th
    at 6pm in the Commons

  • Class of 2025 (SOPHOMORES)

    Sophomore Parent Night

    Thursday, August 25th
    6pm in The Commons

    Missed it? View the slides here.

  • Class of 2026 (FRESHMEN)

    9th Grade Parent Night

    Tuesday, August 16
    6 PM in The Commons

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  • College Board Opportunity Scholarships

    This one of a kind program rewards student effort in completing the six essential steps in the college application process:

    1) Build Your College List
    2) Practice for the SAT
    3) Improve your Score
    4) Strengthen your College List
    5) Complete the FAFSA
    6) Apply to Colleges

    Awards range from $500-$2000 and completing all six steps will put students in the running for a $40,000 scholarship. Students in the Class of 2020 can join now by visiting cb.org/opportunity.

  • Set up a College Board account; link it to Khan Academy

    See the video here.