Welcome to Freshman & Sophomore Parents Night sponsored by Green Hope High School’s Student Services department Program Overview High school planning Graduation requirements College preparation Jared Rosenberg Senior Assistant Director Undergraduate Admissions UNC at Chapel Hill
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High school planning
Senior Assistant Director
UNC at Chapel Hill
Sarah Knowles-Welsh, Dean of Students
Anne Miller, Counselor (A-D)
Jodi Seidel, Counselor (E-K)
Shernita Telfair, Counselor (L-R)
Allison Tibbetts, Counselor (S-Z)
Brittina Creecy, SAP Counselor
Jane George, Receptionist
Cathy Dillon, Registrar
February 22- 26: Students will receive registration information, including new SPAN account codes, in their 2nd period classes.
March 4:Our Curriculum Fair will be held for rising 10th, 11th, and 12th graders.
March 8:SPAN will open for students to go online and register for courses.
March 18: SPAN registration will close.
EOC (End-of-Course) Tests
Civics & Economics
Review the course offerings online for a complete list of
classes available under each pathway
Minimum Course Requirements (MCRs)
nine weeks of the senior year for senior honors or awards (e.g., Honor Graduate, NC Academic Scholar).
School-based test given each October (WCPSS pays for sophomores)
Provides preparation for the SAT
National Merit Scholarship Program qualifying test for juniors
SAT I (Reasoning Test)
Measures academic skills students need in order to be successful in college: Critical Reading, Math, and Writing
Recommend taking it in the spring of junior year and once again at the beginning of senior year
Administered at various high schools in January, March, May, June, October, November, and December
Register and prepare online at collegeboard.com
Curriculum-based test designed to measure academic achievement and college readiness in four areas: English, Math, Reading & Science
Writing test is optional but required for admission to NC public universities as well as some private colleges
Can be taken in addition to the SAT or as an alternative for college admissions purposes
Register and prepare online at act.org