Virtual Spirit Week!!!

March30

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QUEST Fair

March10

The QUEST Fair has been cancelled!!!

Click here to see which institutions will be represented at the QUEST Fair.

Hawk Hour – March 12

March6

Below are the sessions offered by the School Counseling Office

Dual Enrollment – This is a mandatory session for Sophomores and Juniors interested in Dual Enrollment. The counselor will provide pertinent information about the program and how to get started. Sophomores and Juniors Only!!!

Coping with Grief – Open to select students. See Mrs. Hurst for information.

Hawk Hour February 27th

February24

Below are the sessions offered by the School Counseling Office

Preparing for 2020-2021 Registration – Need help choose academic and elective courses? Don’t know what forms you need for Minimum Day, CVA, GaVS or Dual Enrollment? Attend this Hawk Hour to review these options and more.

Dual Enrollment – This is a mandatory session for Sophomores and Juniors interested in Dual Enrollment. The counselor will provide pertinent information about the program and how to get started. Sophomores and Juniors Only!!!

Coping with Grief – Open to select students. See Mrs. Hurst for information.

Hawk Hour Sessions for Feb. 5

February4

JOBS! JOBS! JOBS!Looking for opportunities to Earn While You Learn? Consider the many Apprenticeship & Training programs offered in the Atlanta Area. A Grip from the Film Industry will share his career path and the counselors will help you search and review these programs.

Scholarship SearchUse your Hawk Hour to actively search for scholarship information. The School Counselor will help you navigate through websites and work on applications.

Dual EnrollmentThis is a mandatory session for Sophomores and Juniors interested in Dual Enrollment. The counselor will provide pertinent information about the program and how to get started.

College Visit – Interested in attending Columbus State University? Sign up to meet the college rep to get answers to all your questions.

2020 Advanced Academic Night

February4

We look forward to seeing you for Advanced Academic Night on February 13th. Click on the image below to see full details.

 

HBCU College Tour

January21

5 Star Youth Alliance Inc. is still accepting applications for our 2020 Spring Break College Tour. The cost of a tour Leaving from Atlanta, GA is $850***. This covers: Transportation, Lodging, National Site Visits, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and partial entertainment activities.

Attached is the information sheet & application. If you are interested in our tours, Please DO NOT hesitate to reach out to us with questions or to start planning your trip. Email us at CollegeTours@5StarYouthAllianceInc.org if interested or call 404-955-8707 and speak with Mr. James Reese.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HBCU College Tour Information Sheet

HBCU College Tour Application

 

Hawk Hour Sessions for Jan. 23

January17

College Visits – Georgia State and the University of West Georgia – Interested in possibly attending one of these institutions? Just want information on post-secondary opportunities?  Sign up to meet Admissions Counselors to get all of your admissions and scholarship questions answered.

Military Branches – Interested in a career in the military? Sign up to meet representatives from the Army, Marine Corps and Navy.

New Student Welcome Team – Are you new  to Hillgrove this semester? If so, join us for a chance to meet other new students and our Welcome Team. Learn about clubs, activities, lunch and many other topics.

Angst Documentary 1.16.2020

January13

Angst is an IndieFlix Original, documentary designed to raise awareness around anxiety. The film includes interviews with kids, teens, educators, experts, parents and a very special interview with Michael Phelps. Click here for details and to RSVP.

Parent Night – January 23rd

January10

9th Grade Individual Graduation Plan Parent Night: 9th grade students will receive a printed copy of their Individual Graduation Plan (IGP) in Homeroom on January 22nd. The IGP is a “blueprint” which maps out the courses necessary for a student to graduate from high school and to successfully transition to post-secondary education and the work force. If you have any questions regarding your student’s IGP please stop by the Career Center during Open House on January 23rd or contact the appropriate School Counselor.

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