End of Course Testing (EOCT) will take place in December. Please see the attachments for testing details and EOCT tutoring opportunities. The following courses will have an EOCT:
9th Grade Literature
All 9th grade students who entered high school in August 2013 will have an advisement conference with their homeroom teacher in December. Most of these conferences will take place on December 11th or December 12th between the hours of 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM. Parents will be invited to attend this conference and it will last approximately 20 minutes. This conference is an opportunity for students and parents to create a 4-year graduation plan. You will receive a phone call and letter from your student's homeroom teacher with further details and your appointment time.
Kennesaw Mountain High School is hosting Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Career Night on January 27, 2014 at 6:30 PM. This event will be held in the Kennesaw Mountain High School theatre. Campbell High School parents and students are invited to attend. The keynote speaker will be Gilda Lyon, Georgia Department of Education STEM Coordinator. There will be other speakers and breakout sessions. Plan to attend to learn more about careers in the STEM fields!
The Princeton Review will offer a discounted SAT preparation course at Campbell High School in the spring. The classes will run from March 1st to April 28th on Mondays from 4:00 - 7:00 PM. The discounted price for this course is $375. Interested students should see Mr. Jones in room 902 at CHS or visit his blog for more information:
There is a lot going on in Homeroom this Friday, Nov. 8th. All students will receive their report card and they will bring these home to give parents an update on their current grades. Final grades will be earned in December before students leave for the holiday break so there is still time to improve grades in a course if needed. Students will also have the opportunity to preview their spring semester course requests to make sure they have requested the correct courses. Juniors will receive a graduation status report so that they can make sure they have the courses they need to stay on track for graduation.
Students will also be taught a lesson with important information during Homeroom this Friday. 9th grade students will get a lesson on conflict resolution taught by the CHS Peer Mediators. Students in 10th, 11th, and 12th grades will get a lesson on understanding the HOPE Scholarship Program and accessing their HOPE GPA. These lessons have been posted to this website on the grade level pages.
Seniors will also be completing a Graduation Information Form to check the correct spelling of their name for the diploma order and to indicate their intentions for the graduation ceremony in May.
The November School Counseling Newsletter has been posted to this website. Parents and students are encouraged to read this newsletter to find out what is going on in the CHS Counseling office this month. The November Scholarship Newsletter for seniors and their parents will be posted soon.
CHS School Counselors