Tri-County EMC 2019 Washington Youth Tour
Tri-County EMC is now accepting applications for the 2019 Washington Youth Tour. This experience gives 2 students an all-expenses-paid, week-long trip to Washington DC. During that week students visit memorials, monuments, museums, meet with representatives and make connections that last a lifetime. To qualify, students must be age of 16 or older and live in a home served by Tri-County EMC.
**Deadline for Applications- February 15th**
Click on the link for more details and to download an application.
Which website do I go to for this?
There are many websites that high school students and parents can look at to prepare for college. Click the drop down menu to see what these websites provide and to create an account if needed.
This is where you can see your transcript, order, and send to colleges. It is a great idea to create your parchment account in the 10th grade to keep up with your GPA.
Every Junior/Senior must have a college board account in order to register for the SAT. College Board is where you register for the SAT and request scores to be sent to your college of choice.
GA Futures provides information on college planning, money for college, and HOPE/ZELL Miller information. All seniors must have a GA Futures account when applying to college.
The Common App
The Common App makes it easy to apply to multiple colleges and universities. Any student that is interested in applying to the following colleges in Georgia or out of state colleges can create a common app account to help manage the application process.
Georgia College & State University, Georgia Tech, Georgia State University, Mercer University, Piedmont College, SCAD, Emmanuel College, Emory University, Berry College, Brenau University and Oglethorpe University.