Savannah-Chatham County Public School System

 School Counselor News

Coping with Disappointment

While learning to cope with disappointment is a part of life, it may be more difficult as a result of COVID-19. Christina Frank and Katie Hurley provide readers with practical tips to assist children and parents with this topic.

Coping During Crisis

The events currently impacting our nation and world may be difficult to process and/or understand. If you need assistance in explaining or discussing these difficult topics, the resources below may be helpful.

High School Transition

Learning about high school requirements can make your transition easier.

Test Preparation

One part of your post-secondary journey may include admission and/or placement testing. This article is designed to provide you with information about each option and assist you in the decision making process.

How to Register for the SAT or ACT

Registration for the SAT or ACT can be done online and typically takes 30-45 minutes. You may use a credit card or fee waiver to complete payment. For additional information please visit the ACT and College Board sites included with this article. ​

Sesame Street Caring Workshop

Sesame Street and CNN have partnered to provide families with resources to promote wellness and growth. Future Web Developers Annual Scholarship

The Future Web Developers Scholarship, awarded annually, is available to undergraduate and graduate students aspiring to attain employment in the IT sector.

Resources for students expressing symptoms of an emotional or mental health need

​If your child experiences, or expresses symptoms of, an emotional or mental health need, you should contact the Georgia Crisis and Access Line (GCAL) at 1-800-715-4225.

Dual Enrollment

Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools partners with several local institutions and E-Core to provide dual enrollment opportunities.

GEAR UP Georgia

​​The Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Program (GEAR UP) provides post-secondary readiness activities for identified SCCPSS students in the Class of 2022.

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