Welcome Winder-Barrow High School freshmen! You can officially consider yourself a “GG” Bulldogg! Freshman year is the most critical year in your academic journey. A great start in high school can mean an easier road to completing all that is required of you within the next four years. As a high school student, your independence and freedom increases and is more apparent. However, increasing your focus, maturity and determination maintain. Start to identify your support network with positive peer relationships, teachers, counselors and administrators. Tasks to consider can include, but are not limited to: taking the PSAT in the fall, increasing your student involvement by joining a club/sport, becoming more involved in volunteer opportunities, defining your pathway sequence to align with career goals, and talking regularly with teachers about your progress.
This freshmen page and our counseling site exists to give you all specific information that will help you navigate and remain focused this school year. The Counseling Department will assist in providing and disseminating necessary info on your freshmen year, as well as fun info in research, current trends, facts, and more.
IMPORTANT FRESHMEN DOCUMENTS (check back for updates)
Rising 9th grade students now have the opportunity to earn high school credit in health/personal fitness over the summer. During either the week of June 12-15 OR June 26-29, students will attend a one-week summer health session from 8:00am-3:30pm each day. Students participating in this course will also be required to document 30 hours of […]
AP Exams are right around the corner! Below is the schedule and a few reminders for exam day. Please remember it is mandatory to attend a pre-administration session on April 11th. Two sessions are scheduled: 9:00am and 1:06pm. It should take no longer than 30 minutes. Pick the session that works best with your class […]
Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies produces an array of programs for academically talented young students everywhere. Our programs are available online and in-person, during the summer and year-round, and feature broad exploration or intense study in a single subject. The programs offer highly motivated, intellectually curious students the opportunity to investigate topics not typically taught in secondary […]
The Georgia Driver’s Education Commission launched a new grant scholarship program on March 1, 2017. The program allows students to apply for driver’s education grant scholarship and, upon award, choose a driver training school of their choice from a list of authorized providers to complete a driver’s education course consisting of 30 hours of classroom […]
Students, summer is fast-approaching and Clemson University Summer Scholars is offering fun and educational residential programs in June, July and August for students entering 7th to 12th grade in the fall. Program offerings range from Engineering and Biology to Audio Engineering and Music Production and many more diverse programs. To find out more, check out […]
¡Si se puede! is an annual seminar hosted at the University of Georgia by SLE (Students for Latin@ Empowerment) that targets first generation latino/a students which includes workshops that will aid/inform students concerning leadership, financial aid, college admission, and other skills necessary for success. This is an event that will greatly benefit every latino/a student […]