Individual Graduation Plan Meeting (click the words for links to resources.)
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Individual Graduation Plans are designed to guide students toward their education, career, and employment goals. During your individual Graduation Plan meeting we will discuss general graduation requirements, career resources, coursework, and opportunities related to the student’s future goals. IGPs also help students align their high school course with college entrance requirements and career goals. These plans are flexible and can change based on the student’s aspirations, abilities, and interests.
School of the Arts Program of Studies 2020-2021Regional College & Career Guide 2020/IGP BookPre-IGP video part 1Pre-IGP video Part 2
Dual Enrollment Info session - March 25, 2020 - April 23, 2021 is the SOA deadline for dual enrollment applications to be submitted.
College Essay Help for Seniors at SOA!
Students interested in having another set of eyes look over and provide polishing tips for their college essays, can sign up at the Sign-up Genius link below to meet on-on-one with Creative Writing Teacher, Mrs. Beth Webb Hart, during High School lunch and 4th block in the Creative Writing classroom, 4131.
Space is limited and meetings should be scheduled at least two weeks before essays are due. If you are unable to find a date that works, contact Beth Webb Hart at Elizabeth_Hart@charleston.k12.sc.us to see if another time can be arranged.
Clemson University Spring 2021 Open House
Health Professions Advising will be hosting informational sessions for prospective Clemson students interested in careers in Healthcare.
Sign up for one of our Spring 2021 Virtual Health Professions Advising Open House Sessions
PLEASE REGISTER HERE! https://clemson.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_ba9M50uMRAsysd0
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VIRTUAL COLLEGE FAIRS - sponsored by CACRAO
- April 19th (5pm-7:45pm): Virtual College Fair for All NC/SC High School Students
- April 22nd (5pm-7:45pm): Virtual College Fair for All NC/SC TRANSFER Student
University of South Carolina, Clemson, and College of Charleston
Student Information Sessions with Clemson University, College of Charleston and the University of South Carolina will be offered virtually this year on April 21, 26 and 28. High school juniors and sophomores will learn more about the three schools as they prepare for the college search process. For more information or to register for an event, students can go to sc.edu/admissions/infosession
Go To College Fairs - Virtual College Fairs
University of Miami Summer Scholars Program
The General Application Deadline for the University of Miami's three-week, credit-bearing Summer Scholars Program (for high school sophomores and juniors) and two-week, non-credit UM Academies (for high school freshmen, sophomores, and juniors) is April 30, 2021. Students are encouraged to apply as soon as possible to secure space in their preferred program and take advantage of the following benefits delivered in a synchronous, remote format:
- Earn six college credits in the three-week program
- Learn from renowned University of Miami professors
- Make connections with other high school students from around the world
- Explore academic passions and possible career paths
Deadline: April 30, 2021
Francis Marion University
Virtual tour of the new TTC SC Aeronautical Training Center >
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Did you hear? ETSU tuition for South Carolina students is $10,500 per year! That's more affordable than some of the universities in South Carolina! Check out www.etsu.edu/affordable to learn more.Clemson UniversitySPECTRA PROGRAMClemson University was recently awarded a National Science Foundation grant which they are calling “SPECTRA”. This program is in place to academically and financially assist students who transfer from SC Technical Colleges into one of their Engineering or Computing majors. Students would spend one year (or two) at TTC, taking the same coursework they would take at Clemson as a freshman, then transfer to us for 3 years to complete their BS degree. They can apply to receive financial funding at both TTC and Clemson, which is dependent on grades and financial need.FLYER of resources for admitted & prospective students*****Winthrop UniversityVirtual 1st Look FridayApril 16, 2021Weekday Campus Visit - Virtual or in-personOne Saturday visit each month - Virtual or In-person****
Summer Writing Institute at Rhodes CollegeSummer Writing Institute for high school students. This June we will hold the 45th session of the college-prep program with five writing courses ranging from a fiction workshop to a psychology seminar. Although the pandemic means they will be online, they will continue to have a robust program with extracurricular events and college prep programming. Their website includes information about courses, tuition, and other activities.*****GENERAL INFORMATIONSouth Carolina Colleges - https://www.sciway.net/edu/colleges/alphalist.html2019-2020 SC Independent Colleges & Universities Guide https://www.scicu.org/wp-content/CollegeGuide2019-2020/mobile/index.htmlColleges by state - https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/college-search/state
Johns Hopkins University - Resources for students