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Student Services

The Student Services Office is open Monday-Friday from 7:45am to 3:45pm. Services provided center on academic, college/career, and personal/social student counseling needs. Counselors are assigned to students alphabetically by last name. To meet with a counselor, students must schedule a meeting through the Student Services Secretary. Stop by the Student Services office before school, during lunch or after school to make an appointment.

Student Services Staff 

Students with Last Names     A  -  Co     Contact Ms. Lindsay Gueren
Students with Last Names     Cr  -  He     Contact Ms. Hillary Nichols
Students with Last Names     Hi  -  Mi     Contact Ms. Marcee Smith
Students with Last Names     Mo  -  Se     Contact Ms. Maria Laylock
Students with Last Names     Sh  -  Z     Contact Mr. Daryl Harris
Student Services Secretary     Contact Ms. Beverly Ernst  phone: 770-721-3000  fax: 770-926-2376

Woodstock H.S. School Profile


Student Services Resources:

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.

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

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

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  -  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.

GA Dept. Of Driver's Services

Sign up to take the ACT

Sign up to take the SAT


Class of 2020 College Board Opportunity Scholarships

College Board recently announced a five-year, $25 million commitment to students through the 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.