A little about Mrs. Lamm
My name is Ashley Lamm. I have worked for Wilson County Schools for 15 years. I am a 1999 graduate of Fike High School. I attended ECU with the NC Teaching Fellows Scholarship and majored in Elementary Education with a concentration in Child Studies. I remained at ECU to earn my Masters of Education in Counseling. In 2013 I earned an additional Masters in Administration through Gardner-Webb University.
I live in Wilson with my husband, (Wilson Police Department, retired). In our blended family we have 3 children, 2 boys and a girl. In my free time I enjoy going to concerts, reading and eating my husbands yummy food! We are also very busy with our kids who play at least 3 sports each. If you can't find me at school or at home, I'm on a ball field or court! #playball
I absolutely love working with high school students and their families. My favorite thing to help students do is to plan for their futures!!
I would love to hear from you! Ask the Counselor or leave a comment.
The ACT will be given to all Junior students on February 25. This is our state testing date. Scores from this testing date will give students a college eligible score for submission when completing applications next school year. It is important to prepare and study for this test as you would for any other examination. Using your PREACT scores, create an account with ACT. Click HERE to set up your official ACT account.
Select Create US Account.
When creating your new ACT account, you will need to answer the above questions as indicated. "NO" you have never REGISTERED for the ACT, but "YES" you have taken an ACT test. Once you click CONTINUE you will be asked to provide your email address (use the same one you used when completing your PREACT answer document). You will also need your official ACT number found in the top middle of your PREACT score sheet. If you have misplaced your score sheet, see your counselor for your information. By using your school created ACT account, you will have access to all ACT testing school based and national testing.
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UNC-Chapel Hill Academics and Scholarship meeting (all grade levels)
On February 21 at 1pm, Antonio Squires from UNC Chapel Hill Office of Admissions will be here to do a large group presentation for WECA students. Mr. Squires will present important information about admissions requirements, majors offered and scholarships available at UNC-CH. Please sign up below to reserve your spot. All grade levels are invited to attend, preference is given to upperclassmen.
NC College Admissions Deadlines for 2019/2020
College Application Extension
UNC Chapel Hill has extended their regular college application deadline to Jan 20, 2020 at 11:59pm. Only the application and application fee or fee waiver request are due by the deadline. All other materials such as the school profile and letter of recommendation are due February 1.
EARLY ACTION DECISION RELEASE:
We'll provide students who applied Early Action with a decision toward the end of January on their MyCarolina status page. Any students who haven't yet received instructions for logging into MyCarolina should email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scholarship Awards and Excel@Carolina: We'll notify students who have been selected to receive a merit scholarship or Excel@Carolina opportunity via email within a week after they receive their admissions decision.
SAT DATES 2019-2020
SAT packets are available in Mrs. Lamm’s office. It is recommended that you have completed Algebra II/Math III before registering for the SAT. Students must meet certain requirements for fee waivers.
Test Date Registration Deadline
October 5* September 7
November 2** October 3
December 7* November 8
March 14** February 14
May 2* April 3
June 6 May 8
* Given at Fike ** Given at Greenfield
ACT DATES 2019-2020
**All Juniors will take the ACT in March at school.
Test Date Registration Deadline
October 26* September 20
December 14 November 8
February 8 January 10
April 4* February 28
June 13 May 8
* Given at WCC
People Helping People
The NC State Employees Credit Union Scholarship is a highly competitive scholarship given to NC graduating seniors each school year. Below, you will find all of the scholarship documents, including application, helpful examples and checklist to ensure you provide a full application packet. Please make sure to see Mrs. Lamm if you plan to apply for this scholarship.
HBCU Thurgood Marshall Scholarships
Available at Fayetteville State University, Elizabeth City State University, NC A&T, NC Central, Winston Salem State University. Find scholarships at : https://tmcf.org/our-scholarships These are updated throughout the school year.
UNC-G Merit Awards Program
UNCG is proud to provide information for this years scholarship resources. UNCG is looking for current high school seniors with a minimum 1800 SAT or 27 ACT and a 3.5 GPA. The annual award amounts range for $2500 to FULL TUITION, fees, room and board and are renewable for 4 years. Awards require on campus interviews. There are over 20 scholarships available. For application information and deadlines, please visit the UNCG Financial Aid website at www.uncg.edu/fia or call 336-334-5702.
UNC-Wilmington Honors College
Are you interested in continuing your education in coastal Wilmington? UNC-W’s Honors College applicants have an average of a 29 ACT, weighted GPA of 4.3 and are students taking accelerated coursework. You must apply to UNC-W prior to submitting the Honors College application. There is also a required Essay for you to complete. Selected students will be considered for Honors Merit Scholarships or Admissions Chancellor’s Merit Scholarships. Applications must be received by Jan 31, 2020.
CFNC Scholarship Opportunity
The Golden LEAF Scholarship Program is designed to assist current high school seniors and North Carolina community college transfer students. Recipients must be from certain rural counties, demonstrate both financial need and merit, and plan to attend participating North Carolina colleges and universities. This scholarship provides approximately $3000 per school year and is renewable. Eligible students must have and maintain a 3.0 GPA. The deadline for this application is March 1, 2020. Click HERE for more information
Did you know that Barton offers several scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $10,000 yearly for all students? If you are interesting in going to Barton, know that there is most likely a scholarship that matches your academic potential and SAT/ACT score. Barton also offers scholarships for athletes. Be sure to apply early to receive the largest financial package.
Scholarships from CFNC
Upcoming applications include:
- Allegra Ford Thomas Scholarship for students with Learning Disabilities and/or ADHD (4 year college)
- Anne Ford Scholarship for students with learning disability (Community College)
- Zip Recruiter scholarship (creative essay)
Pee Wee and Myrtle Owen's Scholarship
Wilson County Schools is excited to announce the application for the 2020 school year. The Owen's Scholarship provides graduating seniors with scholarship money to pursue a 4 year college education in the area of Teacher Education. This scholarship is valued at $7000 per year for up to 4 years. Students applying for this scholarship must be interested in becoming teachers in the public schools of Wilson County. For applications, please stop by and see Mrs. Lamm. The application deadline is March 27.
QuestBridge College Matching Service: Opportunity for JUNIORS
Are you interested in expanding your college search options? QuestBridge, a college matching service is helping JUNIORS find college summer programs at colleges like, Stanford, Yale, Notre Dame and more! Scholarships are valued at up to $20,000 and cover the cost of travel, tuition, room & board. Selected students will get an invitation to the QuestBridge National College Admissions Conference.
QuestBridge is a BIG DEAL friends!! A selected student is looking at a FULL scholarship to an IVY LEAGUE college.
Check out the link below for more information. Please let me know how I can help.
Catawba College, Summer Camp for students interested in becoming Young Environmental Leaders
Learn critical thinking skills, delve into your individual interests, work with college professors and environmental leaders, and experience college life. The cost to attend this week long summer camp is $490, but financial aid will be available. You must apply before May 1 to receive a $90 discount. The cost includes meals, housing and activities.
Please visit this link for even more information: