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Reach Scholarship Info (Click Here English) (Click Here Spanish) 
Georgia Student Wellness Supporting the Whole Child (Click Form)
High School Transition Meeting Notes (Click Here)

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Bully Prevention and Intervention Tips

    Understanding the difference between teasing and bullying

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Cyber bullying Prevention and Intervention Tips for Families
      Cyber bullying: Parent Guide

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    Surviving Middle School
    Parenting Teens

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Multicultural Children’s Book Day
Teaching for Change

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     Georgia Suicide Prevention Intervention Network
     Grief Camp


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      Test Anxiety
     Test Taking Tips

Counseling Google Phone#  678-885-7427
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Counseling Google Classroom Codes
6th grade class code:  qcbpg33
7th grade class code:  7ihodbg
8th grade class code:  6np6hxv

CCPS Rethink Letter

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REACH Georgia Scholarship Student Eligibility Information


REACH Scholars are the most important piece of the entire program. REACH Scholars are nominated and selected by the school system and community-based on demonstrated academic promise and commitment. REACH Scholars will be provided with the social and academic support they need to be successful in middle school, high school and in their post-secondary pursuits. Additionally, REACH Scholars are given a college scholarship award upon successful completion of the program through middle and high school.

Scholar’s Commitment 

Scholars sign a contract committing to:


  • A middle school REACH Scholar must maintain a Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or better as calculated by the School System;

  • A high school REACH Scholar must maintain a Secondary Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or better as calculated by GSFA/GSFC in the same manner as the high school grade point average for initial HOPE Scholarship eligibility.

    • Remain drug and alcohol free.

      • Meet with his/her assigned REACH mentor for a minimum of eight times per semester.

      • Meet with his/her assigned REACH academic coach for a minimum of four times per semester.

      • Attend REACH program activities.

      • Maintain good attendance and behavior.

      • Graduate from high school.

      • Enroll in a HOPE-eligible University System of Georgia (USG), Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG), or private post-secondary institution of their choice.

      • All REACH Scholars must maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) and a minimum 2.0 GPA in their HOPE-Eligible Post secondary Institution.

      (Click Here) for the application.

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