HURRICANE COUNSELING INFO
Class of 2019, 2020, & 2021
School counselors are assigned students based on their last names, as follows:
Amy Eversole: A-E email@example.com
Brian Bowlin: F-L firstname.lastname@example.org
Tonya Ely: M-R email@example.com
Sarah Coyle/Christian Collins (interim): S-Z firstname.lastname@example.org
Lara Lamb - Registrar: email@example.com
Class of 2019 Text this message: @19canes to: 81010
Class of 2020 Text this message: @20canes to: 81010
Class of 2021 Text this message: @21canes to: 81010
REGISTRATION for 2018-2019
March 12-22 - Rising Seniors
March 12-22 - Rising Juniors (during Storm)
March 12-22 - Rising Sophomores (during Storm)
The Course of Study 2018-2019 can be found here.
2018-2019 CAREER & TECHNICAL PROGRAM OF STUDY
Agricultural Engineering and Applied Technologies
Audio/Visual Production (Broadcasting)
Teaching as a Profession
Sport and Human Performance
Human and Social Sciences
Dietetics and Nutrition
Criminal Justice and Correction Services
Project Lead the Way
Automotive Maintenance and Light Repair
We are also hoping to add Welding and Construction to the program.
SUMMER INTERNSHIPS NOW AVAILABLE
For students wishing to take the ACT on a national test date (see below - these are on Saturdays), students must register on-line at www.act.org. [Please note: students who qualify for free/reduced lunch may use a total of 2 fee waivers during junior and/or senior years to pay for the cost of the ACT (without writing). Students should see Ms. Davidson in the Counseling Office for a fee waiver].
COLLEGE OPEN HOUSE DATES
College visits can be extremely helpful as a student is making important decisions about to which schools he/she will apply and eventually about to which school he/she will eventually commit to attending. College visits and open house events often give students opportunities to learn about the application process, available financial aid and scholarships, housing options, and academic programs/majors. Students will generally be offered a tour of campus which includes dorms, dining and recreation facilities, student centers, and academic buildings. Setting foot on a college campus and experiencing some of the same things experienced by the college's students can help high school students decide if the school is a good "fit". Click the links below to register on-line for upcoming events. If these dates do not work, students may check college websites for other visit opportunities.
April 21 - Preview Day
March 23-24 - Railsplitter for a Day