The Student Services Office is open Monday-Friday from 7:45am to 3:45pm. Services provided center on academic, college/career, and personal/social student counseling needs. Counselors are assigned to students alphabetically by last name. To meet with a counselor, students must schedule a meeting through the Student Services Secretary. Stop by the Student Services office before school, during lunch or after school to make an appointment.
|Students with Last Names A – Co Contact Ms. Lindsay Gueren|
|Students with Last Names Cr – He Contact Ms. Hillary Nichols|
|Students with Last Names Hi – Mi Contact Ms. Marcee Smith|
|Students with Last Names Mo – Re Contact Ms. Maria Robinson|
|Students with Last Names Sh – Z Contact Mr. Daryl Harris|
|Guidance Secretary Contact Ms. Beverly Ernst|
To request a transcript:
Click on the parchment link and set up a free account to send your transcript anywhere in the US for $5.00
Students with a Georgia College 411 account can send transcripts at no charge to any college/university in the state of Georgia.
Report Card and Progress Report Dates (2017-2018)
Graduation Requirements and Grade Level Information – Graduation Requirements and information specific to seniors, juniors, and underclassmen. This includes, but is not limited to: Timelines, advice, parent night presentations, grade level newsletters and other guidelines for successfully completing each year.
Credit Recovery Programs – Students have a variety of options for making up courses they fail: On-line Options (done at home), Credit Connect (taken before and/or after school at WHS), Summer School (a three week program in June, held on the WHS campus) and Polaris Night School.
Resources – Resources include: Colleges and Career Planning, HOPE and Zell Miller Scholarship info, the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), and community resources.
Scholarships – This page will be updated frequently with new scholarship information when it becomes available. Included are other avenues for students and parents to travel when looking for scholarship opportunities. CHECK BACK OFTEN!
Testing – Our testing page is broken down to give you detailed information and direct links to the End of Course Tests (EOCT), the SAT, and the ACT.
Dual Enrollment– Information about Dual Enrollment opportunities and options.
MARC Program Application- Apply today to be a part of the Model Atlanta Regional Commission (MARC) youth leadership program. 50 students are chosen representing 10 county Atlanta regions. Participants practice effective leadership, communication and collaboration skills through the development of actionable ideas and efforts to promote positive thinking. Student will receive at least 40 hours of community service at the end of the program. APPLICATIONS DUE MARCH 16th.