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Financial Aid Night - October 19 - 6pm - Cafeteria - Our GSFC rep to speak in-person about aid.

Voter Registration - October 22 - During ALL lunches - Student 17 1/2 and older can register to vote!

BRIDGE Law Lessons - October 25 - November 12 - Counselors to meet with grade levels on yearly college/career tasks.

Apply to College Week - November 15-19 - Week-long activites for seniors and overall advisements to foster an appreciate for higher learning.

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AP Exam Registration - OPEN

September 23, 2021

AP EXAM REGISTRATION: PAYING FOR YOUR EXAM AP Exam registration is now open...

AP Exam Registration 

The deadline for students in fall-only or year-long classes to register is November 8, 2021. The deadline for spring-only classes is TBD.


1) Complete your Total Registration @

2) Claim your exam on College Board @

Visit the link for detailed instructions for registration:


We welcome any parent, guardian or student to speak with our counselors regarding circumstances impacting your family. We can discuss school based recommendations, as well as give you resources we deem appropriate. Students are welcome to come to the counseling office any moment they experience an emergency.

If your student has recently been hospitalized or evaluated by a mental health professional, please contact your school counselor to develop a Safety Plan for re-entry into WBHS.

Quick Resources

Food/Meal Assistance

Internet Assistance

Free Test Prep

Overall Assistance

Just text or call the number "211", or visit - 211 is a free, confidential referral and information helpline and website, 24/7 can be accessed by phone or computer.

Need a Counselor Letter of Recommendation?

Students who need a recommendation from your counselor please complete the new online student brag sheet. Also, you will need two teachers to complete the teacher evaluation form on your behalf.

1st Generation College Bound

Are you the 1st in your immediate family to go to college? If you would like some more assistance with the processes with college and tech schools sign up for our group HERE 

Ask Mr. C

Unleash your curiosity, or get that vital info by asking your school appropriate question to Mr. C: ASK HERE 


The Winder-Barrow High School Counseling Department believes in the importance of providing student-centered counseling services focusing on education that extends beyond the classroom and into the community. Our goal is to assist all students in developing the lifelong academic, personal/social, and career skills necessary to pursue their individual life goals. We are boldly committed to success for all students.

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