College Acceptances / Enlistments
Ryan Absher - Appalachian State University, UNC Chapel Hill, Liberty University, NC State University
Charlotte Bullock - Full Sail University
Morgan Dellacona - UNC Charlotte
Daniel Ellis - Liberty University, East Carolina University, NC State University
Mary Gilpin - East Carolina University, UNC Charlotte, High Point University, Elon University, Appalachian State University, UNC Chapel Hill, NC State University
Andrew Graney - Appalachian State University, UNC Chapel Hill, NC State University
Riley Green - UNC Chapel Hill
Noah Herbert - Averett University, Liberty University
Aidan Kelley - High Point University
Camille Leake - East Carolina University, A&T State University
Addison McKaughan - Western Carolina University, UNC Charlotte, Appalachian State
Nathan McKaughan - East Carolina University, Western Carolina University, UNC Wilmington, Appalachian State
Taylor Morgan - UNC Greensboro, Western Carolina University
Brooks Parker - East Carolina University, Enlisted in the US National Guard, Appalachian State University
Grace Polomski - Gardner-Webb, Hollins University, UNC Asheville, Lenoir Rhyne, Radford
Matthew Ritchie - The Citadel, East Carolina University, Texas A&M University
Michael Walsh - East Carolina University, East Tennessee State University
Alexander Ware - Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, NC State University
Grace Warren - East Carolina University, UNC Wilmington, Appalachian State University, UNC Charlotte, High Point University
Hannah Wells - UNC Greensboro, UNC Pembroke, Appalachian State University
Bailey Williams - Hampden-Sydney College, Liberty University, Gardner Webb University, Western Carolina University, Appalachian State University, UNC Charlotte
Kelsey Wiley - High Point University
Eva Witteveen - Western Carolina, UNC Charlotte, Appalachian State University, NC State University
Bryan Wolfe - Methodist University, Lenoir-Rhyne University, Wingate University
Layla Wood - Wingate University, UNC Greensboro, Western Carolina University, Appalachian State University, UNC Charlotte
Jessica Zhong - UNC Asheville
Senior transcripts can be requested from Mrs. Wood. There is a $5.00 fee per transcript. Use the green sheets outside the counseling office to request transcripts if you are a rising senior. All graduates, use the blue forms outside the counseling office.
We LOVE to brag about you! All seniors accepted into college and receive scholarships and financial awards, please send a copy of your letters to Mrs. Wood.
It's college application time. Do not drag your feet! Here are the application deadlines for all NC Schools.
How do you know if your grades and scores will meet admissions requirements for specific schools? You don't until you apply, but here is a handy chart of pervious freshman classes at NC schools. Each year is different so use this only as a guide! Click here.
CLASS OF 2019
- All application prompts are now available.
- The list of NC colleges and universities that accept the Common App has grown.
- In addition to the Common App, the Coalition for College Affordability and Access is another way to apply to colleges. Check out the website to see if this is a good fit for you and your family. Click here.
- Interested in teaching? The 2018-2019 Teaching Fellows application opens in October. The North Carolina Teaching Fellows program application for the 2018-2019 academic year will be opening in October. The program is a "merit-based, competitive, forgivable loans for service scholarship program for highly-qualified students committed to teaching in a STEM or special education licensure area in NC public schools, traditional school, or charter school." To learn if you are eligible and to apply for this incredible opportunity to Change the World, visit www.ncteachingfellows.com Applications are available beginning October 2018 . Deadline: January 7, 2019 For more information, click here. For the application, please click here.
- Rice University in Houston just announced a new initiative to increase affordability for all students. Most students will no longer have to take out any loans in order to attend. More information is on their website.
- Students interested in George Washington University have an opportunity to attend an overnight admissions program.
- The University of North Carolina at Greensboro is now accepting applications for its next cohort of Teacher Education Fellows. We hope that you will share the attached flyer and linked video with any of your seniors interested in careers in teaching.
The UNCG Teacher Education Fellows Program awards a $20,000.00 scholarship distributed incrementally over four years of study at UNCG. In addition to scholarships, the UNCG Teacher Education Fellows Program includes a variety of other benefits, including integrated seminars, networking events, community engagement opportunities, and leadership development. Fellows also live in relative proximity to one another as part of the Residential Colleges or Lloyd International Honors College. Additionally, Fellows study abroad during their sophomore year as part of the global focus of the program.
To be eligible for participation in the UNCG Teacher Education Fellows Program, a student must be a North Carolina resident and have a recommended minimum 3.80 weighted cumulative high school GPA and a recommended minimum SAT verbal and math score of 1170 or ACT composite score of 24. Students must also select one of the following UNCG majors that lead to N.C. teaching licensure:
*Middle Grades Education
*Dual (Elementary and Special) Education
*One of the following majors in the College of Arts and Sciences with Secondary Education concentrations:
- Anthropology - Biology - Chemistry - Economics - English - Geography - History - Integrated Science - Mathematics - Physics
- Political Science - Psychology - Sociology
If your students meet these criteria (or are close to meeting these criteria), we hope they will consider applying for a spot in this scholarship program by completing the UNCG Teacher Education Fellows Application. Priority will be given to those applications (to both the University and the Program) received by January 1, 2019.
For more information, see the attached brochure and linked video and visit http://utlc.uncg.edu/teacher-education-fellows.
Senior Parent and Student Info--IMPORTANT DATES
August 28, 2018 - Tuesday 1:50 p.m. (20 minutes) Jostens Meeting
September 5, 2018 - Wednesday 2:45 p.m. (PLACE ORDERS)
October 2, 2018 - Tuesday 6:00 p.m. FAFSA Night
December 7, 2018 - Friday 6.00/7:30 p.m. (Girls/(Boys) Homecoming (Basketball Games)
December 8, 2018 - Saturday 7:00 p.m. Homecoming Dance
March 1, 2019 - Friday Senior Project Final Project is due
MARCH 12, 2019 - TUESDAY - $50.00 due - SR FEES-This covers 6 tickets and light reception for Graduation
April 1, 2019 - Monday 25 Hours of Community Service due
April 9, 2019 - Tuesday Senior Project Presentation
April 27, 2019 - Saturday 7:00 p.m.Prom - Embassy Suites, Greensboro
May 1, 2019 - Wednesday Senior Cap and Gown Pictures
May 17, 2019 - Friday 9:30 a.m. Senior Awards (followed by Senior Picnic)
May 15, 2019 - Wednesday Senior Awards Day MANDATORY Practice
May 29, 2019 - Wednesday 1:00 p.m. Graduation MANDATORY Practice
May 30, 2019 - Thursday 1:00 p.m. Graduation MANDATORY Practice
June 1, 2019 - Saturday 10:00 a.m. Graduation at The NCLA
**TESTING INFORMATION - AP exams are pre-set and on the calendar.
- Visit the colleges you are applying to whenever possible. You want to find the best fit for you.
- Decide how you are going to apply to each college. The college website, CFNC, Common Application, Coalition for Access, Affordability and Success.
- Make sure you know your deadlines. Stay organized. Keep all your college application, scholarship information and financial aid information in one place.
- Make sure you send your test scores directly to the colleges through SAT and ACT websites.
- Don't forget to submit each application fee.
- For community college students, make sure you sign up to take the placements tests. Community colleges may have application deadlines for specific departments. Make sure you submit your application in time.
- Letters of recommendations from teachers and the counselor must be requested in a timely manner. Ask them first if they are willing, then provide them with your high school resume, a stamped addressed envelope is nice to give and provide at least 5-10days for them to complete your letters.
- It's OK for teachers and others not to allow you to read the recommendations. Do not be offended by this, but choose your recommenders wisely.
Any senior who has been accepted to college, please submit a copy of your acceptance letter to Mrs. Wood.
ONLINE APPLICATION DO's and DONT's
- When you create usernames and passwords, make sure you write them somewhere safe and remember them.
- Make sure you are using formal English and not your regular texting language.
- Take your time. Read everything twice before you click on anything.
- Save your work as you go along.
- Write all essays in a word document and copy them over. Don't type right into the application. Most of them will not pick up errors.
- Always print and save a hard copy of the application for your records.
- Have someone proof the application and the essays before you submit it.
- Always communicate with your school counselor about the colleges you have applied to and the transcripts that need to be submitted.
- If you do not receive an email confimation of receipt from the school within 48 hours, give them a call.
- Don't wait until the last minute. Sites will have high volume of applications and may not work properly.