Welcome to the page for general information for Winder-Barrow High School students. For more specific information please click your designated class/grade level under the “Students” tab.
Promotion shall be based upon units accumulated as follows:
- Freshman to Sophomore – 6 Credits
- Sophomore to Junior – 13 Credits (Eng – 2 Units, Math – 1 Unit, Science – 1 Unit, Social Studies – 1 Unit)
- Junior to Senior – 18 Credits
Grade levels will not be changed between first and second semester unless the student is moving into the 12th grade.
Students entering 9 th grade in school year 2020-2021 or thereafter:
|Areas of Study||Standard Diploma|
|Health and Physical Education**||1|
CTAE or Modern Language or Fine Arts
|Total Units (minimum)||24|
*Required Courses and / or Core Courses
+ The 4 th science unit may be used to meet both the science and pathway requirement but may only count for 1 unit of credit.
**PE/Health is a state of GA requirement for graduation. Some students may substitute 3 JROTC courses for the PE/H requirement.
Starting the 2020-21 school year, the BCSS will no longer recognize the Tiered Diploma system for levels of distinction.
BRIDGE Law Lessons
Login for your Student IC account:
IC Username: Student ID# or Lunch #
IC Password: first initial+last initial+birth date
Login for your school Google Account:
10-12th grade accounts (Non-new student)
first initial+middle initial+last name+birth month
All 9th grade and new created accounts
first initial+last name+last 3 digits of Student ID
(First time you login your password is barrow2017)
Login information for your GCIS:
GCIS Username: Student ID# or Lunch # then “B”
GCIS Password: All passwords for WBHS students are Barrowbold1
GA Bridge Law requires that high school student explore and save careers to their Individual Graduation Plan during their freshman year.
- Students must save at least 3 options to their profile
GA Bridge Law requires that high school students be made aware of College Credit Now programs and will complete YouScience assessments saving 3 or more careers to their profile during their sophomore year.
- Dual Enrollment has replaced Move On When Ready
- In GA, dual enrollment is open to anyone grades 9-12 who qualify
- Students may enroll part-time or full-time
- Student will receive high school and college credit simultaneously
GA Bridge Law requires that high school student explore and save post-secondary schools during their junior year. Students will complete the YouScience assessments.
- Students must save at least 3 options to their YouScience profile
GA Bridge Law requires that high school students identify and save your next steps during their senior year. Students will save it to their “My Career Plan” through their student portal.
WBHS welcomes any 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. 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.
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