Extended Home Learning

  • Students we miss you and can't wait for school to be back in session. We also want you to know we are working from home and available to you for consultation during work hours 7:15a-2:30p Monday-Friday.  The best way to reach us is through email, which we have listed below. 

    Students click on the PPT below for information on self-care during extended home learning. 

    School Counselors: 

    Mr. Massey A-D

     Ms. Bellon E-L  

    Mrs. Franklin M-Q

    Mrs. Gilley R-Z

      

    Hope4NC Helpine (1-855-587-3643)

    The Hope4NC Helpline connects North Carolinians to additional mental health and resilience supports that help them cope and build resilience during times of crisis. The Helpline is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to speak to a live person. 

     

    COVID-19 Community Resources

    Here is a list of COVID-19 Community Resources to help assist with support for students, families, and those in need. It also provides a list of community outreach programs where people can volunteer or donate to help support those in need during this very difficult time. Please everyone take the proper and appropriate safety precautions during this pandemic by practicing social distancing and adhering to the stay-at-home mandate as much as possible: 

    COVID-19 Community Resources

     

COVID-19 Support

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    THE BEST PREPARATION FOR TOMORROW IS DOING YOUR BEST TODAY!

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    WELCOME TO THE NCHS STUDENT SERVICES WEBPAGE! 

    The mission of the Northwest Cabarrus Student Services Department is to promote the academic, career, and personal/social development for every student. Our comprehensive developmental counseling program is data based to continuously assess, develop, and implement programs in order to raise the achievement levels for all students. As Professional School Counselors, we advocate for all students and strive to empower them to be life-long learners and responsible citizens.
      

     [FALL 2019 Senior Talks Presentation]

     

     

     

College Questions?

  • CLICK HERE to access our "LinkTree"

     

    It has links to the websites you will likely be using often throughout the college application process. Make sure to bookmark it!

    Contact our College Adviser, Ms. Alia Karout! Her email is Alia.Karout@cabarrus.k12.nc.us.

    Ms. Karout loves to use REMIND to keep students in the know.

    To join the Senior (class of 2020) Remind group text @troj2020  @tro2020 to 81010 (@troj2020 is full - @tro2020 will have all the same info)

    To join the Junior (class of 2021) Remind group text @nchs21col to 81010

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    Seniors - Class of 2020
    College Applications are live! GPA and class rank may be found on the transcript received in the mail with your final report card. We highly recommend you begin your applications early and that you do college applications through the Naviance platform. You can link your Common App account to Naviance and keep your college application materials in one place. Transcripts and teacher recommendation requests can be made directly through Naviance! Have questions about Naviance? Come see us in Student Services. Instructions on how to link your common app and naviance can be found in the Senior Talks Presentation you can access through the link on this page. Transcripts can also be sent electronically to ALL NC colleges from the CFNC site for free. Be sure your CFNC profile includes your PowerSchool # (lunch #) and indicate Northwest Cabarrus HS as your school.

    Register online to take the SAT/ACT!
    If you plan to attend a four-year college in the fall after you graduate, have taken Math III, and are a junior or senior, you need to take the SAT and/or ACT college entrance exam. The cost is $60 if you register by the posted deadlines. More information is available on the left hand side of our webpage under college/entrance exams. See your counselor or the college adviser for more information.

    Student athletes - If you are interested in playing a sport in college, it is very important that you know the academic requirements for NCAA eligibility beginning with your freshman year in high school! The core GPA for NCAA eligibility is computed using only English, Math, Science, Social Studies, and Foreign Language semester grades. More information is available on the left hand side of our webpage under athletics/are you NCAA eligible?
Last Modified on April 9, 2020