Welcome Winder-Barrow High School sophomores! In the gaming world, you’ve survived and made it to the next level. During this next step in your high school careers there will be important tasks and events to be mindful of and complete. Always maintain your focus in the classroom and on your graduation requirements. As sophomores you should be increasing your abilities to self-advocate and inform your parents, teachers, counselors and administrators of the things you may need to be successful. This year a great time to evaluate how last year went and to make improvements for this school year. Tasks to consider can include, but are not limited to: register/take the PSAT in the fall, increasing your student involvement by joining a club/sport, becoming more involved in volunteer opportunities, consider enrolling in rigorous course/Dual Enrollment, and defining your pathway sequence to align with career goals.
This sophomore 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 sophomore year, as well as fun info in research, current trends, facts, and more.
IMPORTANT SOPHOMORE DOCUMENTS (check back for updates)
Underclassmen Info Night Presentation (September 2018)
Underclassmen Info Night Packet (September 2018)
Dear Students, Are you looking for a captivating and meaningful way to spend your summer? Join us at Duke Summer Session for High School Students and get a taste of life on a college campus. By attending one of our programs, you will prepare for college by delving deeper into intellectually stimulating courses of interest, […]
For more resources please check out the “Resources” tab on our website. Then you can click the “Community Resources” option to find out more local, statewide and national resources available for mental health and wellness, general wellness, food services and more.
Dawgs for Diabetes Awareness at UGA is a student organization for students with or affected by type 1 diabetes. Each year, we support JDRF for the walk, educate those in our community, do community service, and host our biggest event of the year, The Campus Tour: A Diabetes Perspective. The tour is much more than […]
Are you a student enjoys helping and assisting others? Have you dedicated time to volunteering? Are you a student who has participated in community service this past year? The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards program recognizes students who have distinguished themselves through community service and gives students the chance to win state and national recognition. […]