Advisement is a series of sessions when you child will meet in small groups with their Advisor specific to their grade level in order to form a teacher-student bond while helping them make decisions for their high school career and beyond. Learn more about advisement and how it helps students.
Winder-Barrow High School is always looking for ways to recognize students for their positive behaviors. In 2001, we began Bulldogg Pride, a program designed to reward students who set high standards for themselves by working to their potential in the classroom, act as role models in the school, and participate in extracurricular activities at WBHS. Bulldogg Pride gives many students an opportunity to be recognized for just being a solid, hard-working citizen of our school.
All students in need of a Certificate of Attendance should see Mrs. Raczynski in the Attendance Office at least 24 hours in advance.
Our Counseling Department helps students in many areas including preparing for college and careers, mental health support, resources for each grade, and testing information. See all the important resources our counseling team offers students.
Students, GAFutures is a great resource for you to start your college planning. Create and access your account frequently to expand your own personal profile and search for what will get you to the next level of your educational journey. The information for the Hope Scholarship is constantly changing and being updated. Visit this website for the most updated information.
HOPE RIGOR REQUIREMENTS click here
CREATE/RECOVER ACCOUNTS click here
All eligible Winder-Barrow High School students will be allowed to participate in Job Shadow on the designated days. Students will be able to “shadow” a career of their choice and find out what really goes on during the work day (absences will be counted as a field trip).
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.
Our Counseling Department has information about scholarships to help you as you prepare for college. Read about financial aid and scholarship opportunities.
Transcripts are provided by the school’s Records Clerk. To retrieve an Official or Unofficial Transcript or to have your transcript sent somewhere, a request form must be filled out and submitted in the Career Resource Center.
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