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Upcoming Scholarships

Watson Brown Scholarship - Application due by Feb 15, 2018

GA Mining Scholarship - due by Feb 23, 2018

COAG Scholarship - due by Feb 15, 2018

GCCS Booster Club Scholarship  - due by April 23, 2018

College Field Trips

GCCS Junior and seniors will have the opportunity to attend fieldtrips to local college campuses.  Juniors have been given the opportunity to register to attend one trip, and seniors were given the opportunity to register to attend two trips.  During these campus visits, students will take campus tours and attend informational sessions on topics such as:  admission requirements, tuition, extracurricular clubs, programs, and sports, programs of study, financial aid, and much more.  Our goal is to provide information to students that make them better prepared to make decisions regarding post-secondary education.  Prior to each trip, specific information will be sent home with students who registered for the trip.

College visits are being schedules to the following campuses:  GA College and State University, GA Military College, Augusta University, Augusta Technical College, the University of Georgia, Oconee Fall Line Technical College, and East GA State College.

Juniors and seniors who have not signed up for college trips, should see Ms. Cantrell in the front office. 


How to Apply for HOPE or Financial Aid

To apply for HOPE (scholarship or grant) or to apply for financial aid (loans or grants) you will need to fill out a FAFSA.

FAFSA (Free Application For Student Aid) is a form that can be filled out yearly by prospective and current college students, and is used in determining eligibility for student financial aid.  You will need previous year tax returns, and the application should be completed after January 1st of your senior year.  The site is and it is free to apply. 



Colleges to Consider

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     Abraham Baldwin                        Augusta State                 Augusta Technical               Georgia Military 
   Agricultural College                           University                            College                              College                           



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         Georgia College                   Georgia Southern               East Georgia                           Mercer     
       & State University                         University                      State College                       University


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     Middle Georgia                      Oconee Fall Line                    University of                       Valdosta State
           College                           Technical College                       Georgia                               University

End of Grade Assessments (EOG)

Students in grades 3 through 8 will take an end-of-grade (EOG) assessment in the content areas of language arts and mathematics. Additionally, students in grades 5 and 8 will take assessments in science and social studies. These tests are administered towards the end of the school year, typically in April or early May. Each school district selects a local testing window from within the state designated timeframe to administer the end-of-grade measures.

Middle and High school students who are enrolled in one or more of these courses will also take the end-of-course (EOC) assessment. The end-of-course assessments are administered at the completion of the course, regardless of the grade level. EOC assessments are administered in late April or early May.