Counselor's Corner

Freshman Orientation                        Date:   August 3, 2022
5:30  pm  --  Gym
Freshmen and their parents are encouraged to be present for an overall introduction to high school. 
CSRA College Night - September 14, 2023
Be sure All shot records are turned in by September 15th 
BETA Club induction October 4,2023
PSAT for ALL sophomores- October 11, 2023
Wendy's High School Heisman Award
All nominated seniors:
October -- All senior parents and students are invited to attend financial aid informational meeting with Carol Lott from Georgia Student Finance at 6:00 in the gym
The ASVAB test will be administered to all juniors on January 4, 2024
  • must be a junior
  • See banners posted around school or Mrs. Winkler for more information
  • Click here to download a copy.
EBA Career Fair
Dual Enrollment Informational Meeting                    Date: February 2024
EBA library @ 6:00
If you are interested in dual enrollment courses and have not already taken any, you must attend this meeting.
Watson-Brown Scholarship                                                   Due: Feb 2024
 Information and applications can be found online at .
Burke County Health Department Scholarship                    Due: Feb 28, 2024
 Applications can be found outside Counselor's Office or download a copy.
Walter Harrison Scholarship - sponsored by GEMC               
 Applications can be found online at PLANTERSEMC.COM .
Garden Club of Georgia Scholarship                                  Due: Feb  2024
Applications can be found online
SRNS Scholarship
Due : February  2023
Exchange Club Scholarship                                     Due: March 2024
Applications can be found outside Counselor's Office or download a copy 
Georgia Cattlewomen's Association scholarship
Application available in counselor's office
DUE: March 2024
Job Shadowing
 March 4-8 2024
Standardized Testing
Standardized Testing for K- 7th grade will be given March 4-8, 2024
Correll Scholarship
See East Georgia State College website
Ingevity Leader Scholarship Program                          
This year Ingevity is offering  $2,000 scholarships to local area high school seniors. 
The scholarships available:  Trade School (1), STEM Major (1), Employee's Child (1) and General Merit (2) 
Eligibility Requirements: 
      • Must have a 3.0 or higher GPA at end of December  term 
      • Must be attending a higher education institute (trade school, community college, traditional 4-yr university) and have the acceptance letter
Applications completed electronically Click here.
First National Bank 2021 Leadership Scholarship                    Due: April 2024
First National Bank wants to recognize two high school seniors who excel academically, are leaders in their school and community, and are of exemplary character with $1,000 scholarship.  Winners will be recognized at school's Honors Day program.
Applications can be found outside Counselor's Office or download one here.
To be considered for the scholarship:
      • Applicant must answer all application questions.  Incomplete applications will not be considered.
      • Applicant must be a Burke County resident with a 3.0 or higher GPA and must graduate in Spring 2024.
      • Applicant must have participated in community events/projects and demonstrated leadership in school or church/service organizations.
J.D. Smith Scholarship                    Due: April  2024
This Scholarship Applications can be found outside Counselor's Office or download one here.
EBA Alumni Associaion Scholarship                 Deadline: APRIL 2024
 Applications can be found outside Counselor's Office or download  
EBA Booster Club Scholarship                   Deadline: APRIL 2024
 Applications can be found outside Counselor's Office or download
a copy.
J. L. Glisson Scholarship                    
This Scholarship Applications can be found outside Counselor's Office 
Georgia Futures allows students to monitor and update academic status.  Dual enrollment information and ZELL MILLER/HOPE Scholarship information is available here.
The ACT Assessment is designed to assess high school students' general educational development and their ability to complete college-level work. The tests cover four skill areas: English, mathematics, reading, and science reasoning. Find out more about testing, registration, dates and deadlines.
The College Board can help you prepare for the SAT, register for the SAT, get dates and deadlines and even apply online to colleges. The College Board is a not-for-profit membership association whose mission is to connect students to college success and opportunity.

The Georgia Student Finance Commission (GSFC) is the agency responsible for administering student financial aid programs provided by the State of Georgia. The Georgia General Assembly established the Commission in 1965 to help Georgia citizens attain an education beyond high school.
O*NET, the Occupational Information Network, is a comprehensive database of worker attributes and job characteristics.
Petersons shares a very useful database that may be searched to find colleges, scholarships, and testing information.