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  • Welcome to the Carrboro High School Student Services department!  Please utilize the navigation bar to your left (desktop) or above (mobile) to navigate our section of the school website.

Announcements and Upcoming

  • High-achieving 10th and 11th graders:  There will be an informational meeting for those interested in applying for a Governor’s School nomination today Tues. 10/8 at the beginning of lunch. Meet in Student Services right after 4th period.  Governor's school is a residential summer program for gifted students.  10th graders can apply for Choral or Instrumental Music or Dance, and 11th graders can apply for any discipline (English, Math, Natural Science, Social Science, Spanish or French, Art, and Theater, in addition to those other three).  Please contact Mr. Harkey if you are interested but cannot make this meeting. See www.ncgovschool.org for more information and to review the application process and materials.

    High-achieving 9th and 10th graders:  the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics (NCSSM) is an unparalleled opportunity for academic and personal growth, particularly for students pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education.  There will be a representative from NCSSM at CHS on Thurs. 10/17 to meet with interested students during lunch in the bandroom. You apply during your 10th grade year, but we invite 9th graders to hear about the opportunity, too.  See Mr. Harkey with any questions beforehand.

    12th graders:  October is Countdown to College Month in North Carolina.  CHS will host a College Application Week during the week of 10/21.  During that week, you can sign up to receive 1-on-1 assistance in the Media Center for a number of things regarding college admissions:  creating your CFNC account and completing the NC Residency Determination for in-state tuition, creating your CommonApp account and/or linking it to your Naviance account, establishing your FSA ID so that you can begin your FAFSA, applying to colleges, searching for scholarships, simply talking about what your options are for after graduation, and more.  You can make an appointment for that week at http://bit.ly/2khTZ5W, or lunches will have walk-in availability.  During this week only, certain 4-yr NC colleges will be waiving application fees for all applicants (students eligible for fee waivers can use those throughout the year) - see http://bit.ly/C2Cfreeapps to view which schools.

    Wed. 10/23, from 6-8pm, CHS will host a Durham Tech-specific information session, to inform families about its certificate and degree programs, The Promise Scholarship ($2,000 guaranteed), 4-yr transfer options including the specific CSTEP and C3 partnerships with UNC-Chapel Hill and NC State, and more.  Assistance will also be provided to complete your application. Parents and guardians should attend with students, if possible, and students should bring your charged Chromebook. Spanish interpretation will be available. Please review the documents required for the FAFSA and RDS components of your application at http://bit.ly/C2Cdocs and bring what you can.

    Motivated 10th and 11th graders: Middle College is a way for students to earn a career certificate, transferable college credits, or even a full Associate's degree FOR FREE while completing high school. If you are interested in learning more about Middle College or how to apply, please see their website and email Mr. Harkey. There will be an on-campus information session Thurs. 11/7 during lunch.  Min. 2.5 unweighted GPA.