SCHOOL COUNSELING UPDATE

2019-2020 schedules will be mailed home on August 1st.

Please note-Important information about schedule changes

  • This year, schedule changes will be made electronically via a google form. More information will be in the envelope with your schedule.
  • Schedule changes will only be allowed if there is an error on the schedule (missing a core class, missing a graduation requirement, not having 8 classes on your schedule, etc). Schedule changes will be not be allowed if the student requested the class and no longer wishes to take the course.
  • The last day for schedule changes for the 2019-2020 school year is Wednesday, August 14th.

Don’t Miss Decision Day!

Seniors,
Join your classmates for Decision Day on April 29th! Our celebrations will begin with a walk-through of the county’s elementary schools in our caps and gowns. Following lunch, we will gather for an ice cream bar, shirt decorating (shirts provided) and more. Raffle prizes will be awarded!
To attend, you MUST complete the survey at the following link:https://forms.gle/Xoa6myKLs18xfLDU7  You must also provide the appropriate documentation (as described in the survey) to your counselor or Ms. Taylor. Permission forms are also required. See Mrs. Minor for forms. All of the above are due by 4/19.

Don't Miss Decision Day!

Online Virtual Virginia Information Meeting

Attention parents of students intersted in taking a Virtual Virginia course at Caroline High School”

Please join Mr. Schuyler and Mrs. Kline for a virtual information session about the ins and outs of taking a Virtual Virginia class at CHS on the CHS Facebook page at 5:30 PM this evening.  This event will stream live, and parents are encouraged to post questions which will be answered in the order they are received.

 

College Night 3/13

Attention Juniors & Seniors:
The School Counseling will host a College Night on Wednesday, March 13th from 5:30 PM-7:30 PM.  Parents and students are welcome to attend.  Pizza will be provided.

HBCU Festival March 23rd

CHS will take students to the HBCU Festival in Washington, D.C. on February 23th.   Over 70 historically black colleges and universities will be present, including Hampton, Norfolk State, and Virginia State.  Students can speak to admissions representatives and participate in on-site admission interviews. Spots are limited, so sign up soon.  Transportation and admission into the event are free