12th Grade

Class of 2024

Congratulations! We are excited to work with you this year as you move towards graduation. It's very important to us that all of our Seniors have a plan for what they will do after graduation, whether that be pursuing further education, joining the military, or heading out into the workforce.

Check this page often!  We'll post copies of presentations and share important information and opportunities. Join Remind, follow us on Instagram (@heritagehsstudentservices) and Twitter (@huskycounselors), and check the calendar on our Heritage Student Services home page.

Your survival guide to SENIOR YEAR is found in our Senior Planning Guide.  It has almost all the answers to most common questions!  For more information about the college application process, as well as other options, visit our What's After High School: Continuing Education page. 

Important To-Dos

Review the Senior Planning Guide (see below).  In addition to the info at the start of the guide, find more info on the 3 E's to help solidify your post-graduation plans. College Enrollment - review pages 7, 11-17. Enlisting in the military - review pages 18-19. Seeking Employment - review pages 20-22.

Cap & Gown, Class Rings, and Yearbooks - Jostens


Visit the PTSA Store for the following:


NEW! Check out the Financial Aid Night Presentation from 11/30/23 and 2 Handouts: Financial Aid 101 and Creating FSA ID. Don't forget to review additional valuable info on the Scholarships & Financial Aid Page

Senior Night

August 24th at 6:30pm

for Class of 2024

Senior Orientation 

Senior Orientation will be held September 12th during the school dayCritical info about senior year success and post high school planning will be shared.

The Senior Conference

In September 2023, all counselors will conduct individual meetings with senior students.  The purpose of the senior conference is to verify appropriate senior courses that will lead to a high school diploma, to provide post high school planning support, and answer specific questions. This is a brief “let’s get started” meeting and seniors are expected to schedule follow up meetings with their counselors as needed. What should a senior do prior to the senior meeting?

After the meeting, students should share the Senior Meeting Handout and Graduation Planning Form with family and those supporting their post-graduation plans.

The Senior Round Up

On Tuesday, October 10, Seniors will participate in this event, designed to help students gain knowledge and access to skills and resources needed to solidify their post-graduation plans. 

CFNC College Application Week

This document is a guideline for all senior related matters, from graduation requirements and preparing for post high school, to graduation expectations.  Visit this document often for answers to common senior questions.


Senior Timeline

Class of 2024 Senior Timeline (updated January 2024)

The 23-24 School Profile is ready!

Click here for the 22-23 HHS School Profile.

Click here to find the steps needed to send a transcript.  

School counselors do NOT sent transcripts to college admissions offices.

Attention Student Athletes!

College-bound student-athletes preparing to enroll in a Division I or Division II school need to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center to ensure they have met amateurism standards and are academically prepared for college coursework.

Are you ready to play college sports? Visit this site for all necessary steps and information. 

What's After High School?

ENROLLED

Explore information on Apprenticeship Training, Trade Schools, Community College, & Colleges/Universities (including how to select the right fit, how to apply & how to pay).

ENLISTED

Learn more about all branches of the military (Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard and Space Force), including recruiter visits to HHS, military academies, & college ROTC programs.

EMPLOYED

Learn more about joining the workforce and other opportunities like AmeriCorps and PeaceCorps.

View information and resources for paying for continuing education.

In addition to the links above, check out
Heritage High School Career Development Services.

This site has been designed by Mrs. Beaster, our Career Development Coordinator, to provide information & resources regarding career exploration, college planning, finding internships & jobs, connecting with local military recruiters and much more. Please feel free to reach out to her at dbeaster@wcpss.net with individual questions or needs. Events shared by her (community and HHS hosted) will be included on the calendar found on the Student Services Homepage.

Don't Delay!

Order your cap & gown now!