College & Career

Come by and see Mrs. Long in the College & Career Resource Center (room 6.204).  The CRC offers a variety of different services to all grade level students.  See what the CRC can offer you and scroll this page to find out more info on: upcoming colleges visiting WBHS, resources, relevant websites and more!  Check the “Financial Aid – Scholarships” drop down tab for good information on available scholarships and other financial aid information.

CRC Resources

    • Work Permit (ages 15 and UNDER)
    • Un-official Transcript (includes GPA and Class Rank)
    • Official Transcript (sealed envelope)
    • Converting my GPA to a 4.0 scale (includes unofficial transcript)
    • Local  Scholarship Information – Please see “Financial Aid-Scholarships” in the drop down menu from the “College & Career” tab
    • MOWR (Move On When Ready – Dual Enrollment)
    • Testing Information:  
      • ACT      
      • SAT      
      • Accuplacer (formerly the COMPASS exam)  
      • ASVAB
    • ACT/SAT Fee Waivers (students must qualify  for free/reduced lunch)
    • Sending transcripts to:
      • colleges IN state
      • colleges OUT of state
      • NCAA and NAIA
    • Research colleges and careers (
    • WIOA
  • Check back next school year

College Planning

  • *Move On When Ready is a dual enrollment program for students in grades 9-12 who qualify to participate. Students may enroll on a part-time or full-time basis as a MOWR student and take college courses. Students will receive high school and college credit simultaneously when attending and passing approved college classes. **MOWR replaces Accel, HOPE Grant for dual enrollment and the previous Move On When Ready program. The new MOWR program now covers tuition, mandatory fees and required textbooks.

    There are several benefits for students who participate in Move On When Ready.

    • Introduces students to college-level coursework.
    • Earning college credits while still in high school may enable students to graduate early and/or possibly even earn an associate degree, diploma or certificate.
    • Helps students adjust to certain aspects of the college experience (e.g., classes, coursework, instruction, being on a college campus) so the transition from high school to college may be easier.
    • Students who participate in a dual enrollment program are more likely to go to college and get a college degree.
    • Students may be able to take classes that are not offered at their high school, especially in subject areas they are interested in for a potential career.
    • Participating in a dual enrollment program demonstrates a student’s ability to handle more difficult coursework which is something college admissions officers may look upon favorably during admissions and recruiting.
    • Taking college-level classes while still in high school may build confidence and encourage those students who may not be thinking about college to reconsider.

    * Info pulled directly from on 9/26/16 and ** from on 9/26/16

    gadoeHere is the link to more information from the GA DOE site:

    GAfutures LogoHere is the link to more information from the GAfutures site: 

    Also, through GAfutures find the approved courses at the school you are interested in by visiting this link: 

Career & Employment Planning

  • Career Exploration
  • GA Department of Labor
  • Resource for Career Exploration
  • Career, College & Military Planning
  • Career Interest Tests ($)
  • Career Exploration

Military Planning