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Student Services - Resources

Last Updated: 2/24/2021 2:28 PM

WHS School Profile

How to Read Your Transcript- Important information related to your high school transcript. 


Graduation Requirements and Grade Level Information  -   Graduation Requirements and information specific to seniors, juniors, and underclassmen. This includes, but is not limited to: Timelines, advice, parent night presentations, grade level newsletters and other guidelines for successfully completing each year.


SENIORS- College Planning/Applying to College- Step by step directions on how to apply to college, how to send your transcripts, test scores, rec letters, etc.


College Resources  -  Resources include: Colleges and Career Planning, HOPE and Zell Miller Scholarship info, FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) and NCAA info.

       Free Virtual College Fairs hosted by BigFuture- College Board is hosting virtual events for high school students to connect directly with college admissions representatives and take action on the most important steps for college.

       Free Workshops by Princeton Review You’ll get vital information about the ACT, the college admission process and more.

      Sign up to take the ACT

      Sign up to take the SAT


Scholarships  -  This page will be updated frequently with new scholarship information when it becomes available. Included are other avenues for students and parents to travel when looking for scholarship opportunities. CHECK BACK OFTEN!


Testing (SAT and ACT info)-  Our testing page is broken down to give you detailed information and direct links to the End of Course Tests (EOCT), the SAT, and the ACT.


Dual Enrollment - Information about Dual Enrollment opportunities, deadlines and admission requirements.


Career Planning- Career assessments and resources.

    Kroger in Hickory Flat is Hiring click on that link for more info.

    Georgia Power Summer Student Worker (paid internships for Distribution Lineworkers)

    Georgia Power Lineworker Apprenticeship programs

     Georgia Power Careers

    High School resume examples 


Credit Recovery Programs  -  Students have a variety of options for making up courses they fail: APEX, GAVS, Credit Connect (taken before and/or after school at WHS), Summer School (a three-week program in June, held on the WHS campus) and Mountain Ed Night School.

     Georgia Virtual School (GAVS)

           Enrollment Procedures for GAVS - Step by step directions to help you with the registration process.

           Course Agreement Form - Complete this form and bring it to your counselor for approval prior to registering for a course online.