Welcome to the page for general information for Winder-Barrow High School students. For more specific information please click your designated class/grade level under the “Students” tab.
Promotion shall be based upon units accumulated as follows:
- Freshman to Sophomore – 6 Credits
- Sophomore to Junior – 13 Credits (Eng – 2 Units, Math – 1 Unit, Science – 1 Unit, Social Studies – 1 Unit)
- Junior to Senior – 18 Credits
Grade levels will not be changed between first and second semester unless the student is moving into the 12th grade.
BRIDGE Law Lessons
IC Username: Student ID# or Lunch #
IC Password: first initial+last initial+birth date
Login for your school Google Account:
10-12th grade accounts (Non-new student)
first initial+middle initial+last name+birth month
All 9th grade and new created accounts
first initial+last name+last 3 digits of Student ID
(First time you login your password is barrow2017)
GCIS Username: Student ID# or Lunch # then “B”
GCIS Password: All passwords for WBHS students are Barrowbold1
GA Bridge Law requires that high school student explore and save careers to their Individual Graduation Plan during their freshman year.
- Students must save at least 3 options to their profile
GA Bridge Law requires that high school students be made aware of College Credit Now programs and will complete YouScience assessments saving 3 or more careers to their profile during their sophomore year.
- Dual Enrollment has replaced Move On When Ready
- In GA, dual enrollment is open to anyone grades 9-12 who qualify
- Students may enroll part-time or full-time
- Student will receive high school and college credit simultaneously
GA Bridge Law requires that high school student explore and save post-secondary schools during their junior year. Students will complete the YouScience assessments.
- Students must save at least 3 options to their YouScience profile
GA Bridge Law requires that high school students identify and save your next steps during their senior year. Students will save it to their “My Career Plan” through their student portal.
November is Apply to College Month in the state of Georgia. Below we have the list of colleges who have waived their application fees for this whole month, unless otherwise stated. Stay tuned as the counseling office will soon promote our Apply to College Week plan for Nov. 18-22, 2019.
Holiday Connection is a volunteer-based, countywide partnership between schools, churches, DFACS, and aid organizations in Barrow County. Working together ensures help gets to as many children as possible, identifying children and families who might otherwise slip through the cracks, and keeping duplication of services to a minimum. Families assisted by Holiday Connection must go through […]
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. […]
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 a […]
AP Exam Registration: CLAIMING YOUR EXAM This MUST be completed BEFORE you pay for your exam on Total Registration. Your exam cannot be ordered unless you select “YES” to taking the exam through your College Board account. 1)Students will first claim their exam through their College Board account at www.myap.collegeboard.org. On the course landing page, […]
The Department of Human Services’ YES program is an opportunity for Georgia’s youth to experience leadership development and be the catalyst for change in their communities. Each City Cohort is comprised of 25 high school students who will grow alongside each other throughout the school year. Participants are selected through an application and interview process […]