Student Service
  • Student/Parent Survey- Please let us know what you would like more information on. 

    Student Services PARENT INFORMATIONAL MEETING -

    MONDAY, April 8TH - 6PM - MEDIA CENTER

    4-8-19 We will cover the following topics

    • Career & College Promise (CCCC Opportunities) 
    • CTE Internship Opportunities 
    • CTE Skills Center 
    • NCAA Eligibility 

    Parents and students of all grade levels are invited to our informational meetings. Topics we have covered before...
    • Navigating the new JHS website
    • Finding resources and information
    • Communication - Student School Email Accounts!
    • SAT
    • ACT
    • College update
    • ...and more

ASVAB
  • Juniors and Seniors,

    The ASVAB will be administered on MARCH 21st during first period. Please come to Guidance before school/after school/or on your lunch to sign up. You must sign up in order to take the test. 

     
    This DOES NOT sign you up for the military. Your score will show what jobs would be available to you if you decide to join the service. This test also shows you what career field you would be strong in.
Visitors
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    2/4/19-   American Pool

    2/11/19- Marine Recruiter

    2/12/19- Marine Recruiter

    3/1/19-   Pfeiffer University

    3/18/19- Livingstone College

    3/21/19- UNC Greensboro

    4/5/19- Voorhees College

    4/10/19- UNC Charlotte

    4/24/19- Universal Technical Institute 


  • Registration deadline is February 8.
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    The Next SAT Is March 9
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    A Reminder for Students

    Don't forget to register for the March SAT® by February 8. The SAT measures what you're already learning in class, and is accepted at all colleges and universities in the U.S.

    Taking the SAT is a key step on your road to college and career—and now, there's a chance for you to be rewarded for your efforts. Earlier this year, we launched the College Board Opportunity Scholarships, a new program that guides students through the college planning process and offers them a chance to earn money for college while completing important steps along the way. Class of 2020 students in the U.S., Puerto Rico, and other U.S. territories preparing for the SAT can earn scholarship opportunities when they complete these steps:
    Practice for the SAT: $1,000
    Practice for six hours or more on Official SAT Practice. A total of 150 Practice Scholarships will be awarded monthly from January to October.
    Improve Your Score: $2,000
    Practice 12 hours or more using Official SAT Practice and improve your score by 100+ points from the PSAT/NMSQT® to the SAT, or SAT to SAT. A total of 25 Improve Scholarships will be awarded after every SAT, starting in April 2019.
    Learn more about the College Board Opportunity Scholarships.
    Register for the SAT
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