The Spartan Scoop

Happenings, need-to-knows, & more from Campbell Counseling

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We just wanted to thank you for allowing us to serve you and your family! We love our students and feel so lucky to be your School Counselor!


Welcome to the 2021-2022 school year! For those of you who are new to CHS and/or The Spartan Scoop, or need a friendly refresher, this monthly newsletter will contain information in the following areas, but not limited to: School Counseling programming and events, grade level specific info, student specific info, scholarships, college info, career info, military info, social emotional health info and more! It is important that both students and their parents/guardians browse the information in these newsletters.
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It's Prom Season!!!!

When: Saturday, April 23, 2022 7:00-11:00 PM
Where: Cobb Energy Center
Theme: Masquerade: Unmasking Our Dreams

PURCHASE TICKETS! Ticket purchase is online only through My Payments Plus.

  • Early Bird Special tickets will go on sale March 14-25, $75.00/ticket for CHS students and non-CHS students.
  • After March 25, tickets will be $85.00/ticket for CHS students and for non-CHS students.
  • The amount of tickets available is limited, so don't delay or you will miss out.
  • Please remember that students that have been tardy more than 15 times will not be allowed to attend prom.

NON-CHS students. Any CHS student wanting to invite a non-CHS Student as a date, must complete and submit the "Non-CHS Student PROM Permission Form," which is found here. Forms must be received and student notified of approval PRIOR to purchasing Prom Tickets. Additional print Permission Forms and further instructions to submit forms are outside the door of Classroom 705. Forms must be submitted to:

  • Ms. Tracy Efaw, Teacher
  • Classroom 705

QUESTIONS??? Submit your prom questions in writing to Ms. Efaw via email: Students, please do not disrupt instruction to ask Prom questions!

Affordable Prom Dresses!

SENIORS!!! Class of 2022!

C/O 2022 Graduation Information Meeting--March 31st

The Class of 2022 Graduation Information Meeting will be held virtually on Thursday, March 31st at 6pm. The link to join the meeting will be sent via CTLS Parent and posted on the CHS website prior to the meeting. Here is where you can find Class of 2022 information on the CHS website.

Please contact regarding any questions about this meeting.

March Application Madness--Apply for Free

The Georgia Student Finance Commission is hosting March Application Madness. Many of the states technical colleges and 2 year/4 year colleges are waiving the application fee. Click on the link that pertains to you.

Technical Colleges-Apply for Free

2 year/4 year Colleges-Apply for Free

Juniors!! Class of 2023

Remaining Junior Advisement Conferences will be held 3/21-4/1

Juniors: Prior to your conference, you need to complete the Junior Advisement Survey in Naviance. Go to "About Me", Surveys, Surveys not started, Junior Advisement Survey. This will help guide the conversation with you and your counselor about your plans and/or troubles creating a plan after high school graduation.

After your Junior Advisement conference, you will have 3 action items to complete. Check them out HERE.

College Panel 3/29 8pm

Applerouth is hosting “Ask The Experts: Advice from College Admissions Directors” on March 29 at 8PM. The panel includes Admissions Directors from Georgia Tech, Cornell University, and The George Washington University. This free online event will include topics such as:

· Testing: What does “test optional” really mean?

· Classes & Grades: How do honors, AP, IB, and dual enrollment classes factor into the process?

· Essays: What are colleges looking for in students' essays?

· Extracurriculars: How should students use their time outside of school?

· College Visits: With some colleges opening up to campus visitors, is it better to visit in person or remotely?

Register online:

Or go to and use event code: M488951

Sophomores!! Class of 2024

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Freshman!! Class of 2025

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Beyond the Classroom...

Do you want to make an impact on the Metro Atlanta area?

Are you a student in the Atlanta region who is looking for an opportunity to grow their leadership skills? A student who cares about housing affordability, protection of greenspace, and other issues facing metro Atlanta? If so, then the region’s premier leadership program, Model Atlanta Regional Commission (MARC), is a great opportunity!

MARC is the only program of its kind to involve students in experiential learning in real-world areas affecting life here in metro Atlanta. For more than two decades, it has engaged young people on the latest in transportation, natural resource sustainability, and community development.

MARC participants meet once a month for six months as they take part in hands-on activities, behind-the-scenes tours, and thought-provoking discussions with local civic leaders and experts as they develop their own actionable solutions to the challenges facing us.

Apply here by April 15, 2022!

Are you interested in the Law field?

Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP in Atlanta is hosting their 2022 High School Internship Program. Applications are due no later than April 15th. If you are interested in an application, please email

Are you interested in Aviation?

The Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals better known as OBAP. Every summer OBAP sponsors in cities all over the country an OBAP ACE Academy for Middle and High School Students. If you know a young person interested in Aviation, this could be the program for them.

The ACE Academy is designed to expose youths to the wide variety of career opportunities in aviation and aerospace. The program offers students a hands-on experience of learning aviation history, fundamentals of aerodynamics, the role of government in aviation and the many careers available in the aerospace field.

The ACE Academy is a multi-day event for middle and high school students that have a general interest in learning about aviation. The goal of the ACE Academy is to expose students to the many different careers in aviation. We also aim to show them the practical application of the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) subjects. By the end of the program, we hope that the participants will have a wider horizon of the many career opportunities available to them. We challenge our students to strive for excellence.

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN FOR 2022 in Atlanta. To learn more about the program and enroll:

Summer Enrichment Programs in Naviance

Does your student want to do something "productive" during the summer vs the normal summer slump?

In addition to scholarships and doing college & career "stuff" in Naviance, did you know you can also view upcoming enrichment programs that typically happen during the summer? Programs are added and updated as we receive information. Well, now you do!

Here's how to plug into these great opportunities:

1. Go to your Naviance Account. Don't remember how to do here.

2. Click on the Colleges Tab

3. Click on Enrichment Programs

Things to know about Enrichment Programs:

  • There are day and overnight programs
  • There are free programs and costly programs
  • Sometimes there are opportunities for scholarships to pay for the programs and this would be included in the program's information
  • They can be academic, career oriented, service oriented, leadership oriented to name a few
  • Some programs are local and some require travel
  • Universities/Colleges, companies or organizations host the programs

For example, check out this Georgia Scholars' Institute at University of West Georgia

Job & Internship Opportunities

Use the QR code below to access the updated list of job and internship opportunities in the community. Check back often to see who is hiring!

Do you know someone struggling with an eating disorder?

Eating disorders are not a thing of the past even as our culture is beginning to embrace "curviness". Teens, young adults and adults both male and female suffer from this disease that can lead to death. Don't wait to get help!

Here is some helpful information about eating disorders:

What are the different kinds of eating disorders?

What is an eating disorder and when to worry?

Family-Based Treatment for Eating Disorders

Don't feel that you have to go about this alone. Reach out to a school counselor for help in determining next steps.

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