Welcome Winder-Barrow High School seniors! Congratulations on making it to this point of your educational journey. This year is a time celebrate; however, there are many important tasks and events to be mindful of and complete. The focus on your remaining courses and graduation should be at the top of your list, followed closely by your plan after high school. Keep those lines of critic communication open between your teachers, counselors and administrators. Let us help you reach your goals!
This senior page and our counseling site exists to give you all specific information that will help you navigate and remain focused for your final year. The Counseling Department will assist in providing and disseminating necessary info on your senior year, as well as fun info in research, current trends, facts, and more.
IMPORTANT SENIOR INFO (check back for updates)
Class of 2018 Senior Info Presentation (August 2017)
Class of 2018 Senior Info Night Packet (August 2017)
Senior Advisement Meeting (August 2017)
2018-19 Financial Aid Night Presentation (December 2017)
College Goal GA Flyer 2017-18 (December 2017) This document can assist in filling out the FAFSA.
College Board Materials
Changes to the 2017-2018 FAFSA Starting the Fall of 2016: Students will be able to file for aid beginning Oct. 1—a full three months earlier than previously allowed. And for the first time, applicants will use prior-prior year (PPY) tax information when reporting personal and family income. Previously, the FAFSA used the previous year’s tax data. Beginning […]
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Seniors, it has come to that time of year when you all must consider your options for applying to colleges. A small portion of you have already begun this process, and an even smaller group may already know you’ve been accepted to your college of choice. For everyone else, you are ready for suggestions on […]
September is Attendance Awareness Month. For this we’d like to make a post discussing the importance of attending school. From the GA DOE: Families all across Georgia wake up each morning and make a decision: whether or not their children will make it to school that day. School attendance is essential to academic success, but […]
Students, are you hoping you’ll get high scores on upcoming college admission tests? Strengthen your preparation with help from The University of Georgia, regardless of where you plan to attend college. UGA offers SAT and ACT preparation courses to help you apply proven principles for successful testing. In eight live, online sessions, you’ll interact with an […]
Check out this upcoming tour opportunity from UGA: This tour is a chance for high school students with type 1 diabetes who are interested in attending college to learn a little bit more about diabetes in college. We know personally that transitioning from high school to college is hard for the average person but especially hard […]