9th and 10th grade female students interested in engineering should consider attending the Students Exploring Engineering Event (SEE). SEE is a one-day event that offers female high school 9th and 10th grade students the opportunity to explore the possibilities of engineering. The day is filled with a multitude of activities and students have the chance to meet with a Georgia Tech admissions counselor to find out about the admissions process and the academic requirements necessary to be successful in engineering programs in college. Click here to register and find out more information about this event.
CHS seniors and parents are emailed the Senior Scholarship Bulletin on a monthly basis. Be sure to read this newsletter and apply to some of these scholarships each month. Students who find the most money typically apply to scholarships throughout senior year. See the attachment below for the November Senior Scholarship Bulletin.
Chattahoochee Technical College has just announced that they will waive the application fee ($20) and the student fees ($273) for high school students who attend Chattahoochee Tech as a College Credit Now student. Tuition for College Credit Now programs are already paid for by the state of Georgia. This is a great opportunity for high school students to earn college credit during high school for free!
See the attached brochure and attend a College Credit Now Summit at a local Cobb County high school this year to learn more about this opportunity.
Project 2400 will be offered at Campbell High School and all juniors have the opportunity to apply. The attached flyer will be sent home with all juniors in November. Project 2400 is a Princeton Review SAT prep course for juniors.
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