Deadlines that occur over winter break through the first week of January must be requested in Naviance by December 9th.
School Counselors vs. School Based Therapist
Hampton High School now has a part-time school based therapist from Family Behavioral Resources (FBR). Take a look at the chart below to learn about the different roles of the school counselor and school based therapist and how both work together to provide supports for students. If you are interested in FBR, please contact your school counselor.
Scholar Snapp is relatively new scholarship program to consider to assist with the scholarship search and application process. With Scholar Snapp, students can save time by reusing their information — including contact details, essays, transcripts, etc. — from one application to another. Students can fill out one application and simply import it, or “snapp” it, to their Scholar Snapp profile.
Filling out all of those scholarship applications can be time-consuming, but it doesn’t have to be. With Scholar Snapp, apply in a fraction of the time — it’s fast, easy, and free. Plus, it connects to the Common Application so information that you complete in Common App can be synced directly to Scholar Snapp.
- Check with teachers. Often, teachers have availability to meet with students to review questions and prepare for upcoming assessments.
- After School Tutoring is available in Math, Biology, and Literature from 2:45-3:45
Math: Tuesdays (Room C310) and Thursdays (Room G724)
Biology: Wednesdays (Room C310)
Literature: Thursdays (Room C310)
- National Honor Society Peer Tutoring. Please see your counselor for more information.
Great article in the Wall Street Journal about note taking, the pros/cons of handwritten vs electronic and what to do AFTER the notes have been taken. Article linked above!