Freshman Parents Night Sept. 25, 2007. Welcome!. AHS Administrative Team. David McGee – Principal Dorann Mansberger – Assistant Principal, Curriculum and Instruction Bill Ruma – Assistant Principal, Student Services John McKay – Assistant Principal, Facilities.
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* I-Parent - i-Parent allows parents to apply for and receive access from the district. Once you have a user name and password, you may immediately access available attendance, grading and scheduling on all students in your family with a single login and password.
Todd McGahey A-G
Amy Bishop H-Pe
Molly Supcoe Pf-Z
Secretary: Sandy French
Registrar: Allain Mou
Graduation Coach: Kristen Fuller
Career Center: Maura Griffith
Also available: Peer conflict mediation
Graduation Coach: Kristen Fuller
Career Center Coordinator: Maura Griffith
In February, Freshmen will bring home information regarding selection of a Diploma Track. There are 3 options:
Note: You may have heard recent news reports about new diploma tracks. These do not affect students entering high school this year.
So… a student who completes ‘Principles of Accounting I’ at AHS may receive credit at a Technical College for ‘Accounting I’.
This is a great opportunity to earn free college credit!
Watch for updated information in the spring!
It’s never too early to start planning. Encourage your child to think about the following questions:
Who am I?Interests, abilities, and the things that are personally important.
Where am I going? Career interests and goals
How do I get there? Use available resources: Career Center, counselors, teachers, advisors
-Examples: University of Georgia, Georgia State University, Georgia Tech, Emory University, Brenau University, Agnes Scott College
-Require SAT or ACT scores for admission
-Generally require College Prep diploma
-Students finish with a Bachelor’s Degree
-Examples: Abraham Baldwin, Gainesville State College, Gordon College, Georgia Perimeter College,
-Do not generally require SAT or ACT scores for admission
-Accept College Prep and Tech Prep students
-Students finish with an Associate’s Degree and can transfer to a 4-year college
-Examples: Lanier Tech, Gwinnett Tech, Athens Tech, Dekalb Tech, Georgia Avation Technical College
-Do not require SAT or ACT scores for admission
-Offer career-focused educational programs
-Students finish with a Certificate, Diploma, Associate’s Degree
You can begin this research at GACollege411.org and follow-up with schools you are interested in.
* Admission requirements - ALWAYS verify with college
* Size of campus
* Campus life and activities
* Geographic location
* Strength & variety of majors
* Financial costs
* Faculty/student ratio
* Housing availability
Seniors are allowed 1 approved absence per semester for college visits.
In addition to a solid GPA, students interested in attending college should also participate in extra-curricular and/or co-curricular activities. This helps with college and scholarship applications!
On campus - sports, school clubs, academic decathlon, etc.
Off campus - part-time jobs, clubs, youth groups, Boy/Girl Scouts, sports, etc.
Community service/Volunteer Work
Leadership positions within these activities (such as President, Secretary, Coordinator) are a great way for students to gain valuable experience and demonstrate additional, stronger skills to college representatives and scholarship review committees.
There is something for everyone! Participation in student organizations is very beneficial for our students.
Anchor Club, Theatre/Thespian Troupe, Art Club, Academic Decathlon, Beta Club, Chess/Checkers Club, Dance, Deaf Awareness Club, FBLA, Guitar Club, Habit for Humanity, HOSA, International Club, Knit/Needle Club, Math Club, Mock Trial Competition, Model Club, National Honor Society, Student Council, Tri-M Music Honor Society, Writer’s Block/Literary Magazine, Yearbook
A brochure with a brief description is available in the Guidance Office