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High School Counseling and Advising

High School Counseling and Advising Office

The high school counseling and advising office serves students by offering counseling resources, advice on course schedules, and assisting with the dual-enrollment process. Calvary Christian School has relationships with Truett-McConnell University and Columbus State University to offer a variety of dual-enrollment courses.

Each student has been assigned a Naviance account and a College Planning Classroom. The Naviance program will be the catalyst to complete everything career, college and scholarship related. There is a Naviance tutorial located in the College Planning Classroom. The College Planning Classroom will contain all the resources and relevant information that you will need.

Contact

Cindi Boyd 
High School Counselor
CSU Dual-Enrollment Coordinator
Bright Futures Dual-Enrollment Coordinator
Truett-McConnell University Dual-Enrollment Coordinator
cindiboyd@calvaryknights.com


 

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High School Diploma Tracks

College Prep (26 Credits Minimum)

Bible: 4 required credits                                   PE & Health: .5 required credit

English: 4 required credits                               Fine Arts: 1 required credit

Math: 4 required credits                                   Communications: .5 required credit

(1 must be above Algebra II)                            General Electives: 3 required credits

Social Science: 3 required credits

Foreign Language: 2 required credits, consecutively

Science: 4 required credits

General Diploma (24 Credits Minimum)

Bible: 4 required credits                                   PE & Health: .5 required credit

English: 4 required credits                               Fine Arts: 1 required credit

Math: 4 required credits                                   Communications: .5 required credit

Social Science: 3 required credits                   General Electives: 3 required credits

Science: 4 required credits

Senior Information

Hope Scholarship Eligibility

To qualify for the Hope Scholarship, 4 Hope Rigor courses must be completed in addition to the regular Hope course requirements. Click here for more information.

FAFSA - Free Application for Federal Student Aid
Seniors must complete a FAFSA; the form opens around October 1 every year. This form may only be completed by current seniors and then additionally each year of higher education. The FAFSA also acts as an application for the Hope Scholarship if eligible.

Click here to apply.