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National College Decision Day to be celebrated at ECHS on May 1, 2015
This special day will celebrate all seniors who have been accepted to college along with their parents. In order to participate, you must bring your college letter of acceptance or a printout of your status as "accepted" from your admissions status check or an email from the college verifying your acceptance to Mrs. Stafford by April 23rd.  
Join your class newsletter group to get emails about class information:
Class of 2015 Newsletter (Mrs. Keith - Class of 2015 Counselor, Mrs. Healy - College/Career)
Class of 2016 Newsletter (Mrs. Moss - Class of 2016 Counselor)
Class of 2017 Newsletter (Mrs. Powell - Class of 2017 Counselor)

Letter of Recommendation Request (Requires two weeks notice)

ECHS Test Dates
The COMPASS Test is offered at ECHS several times throughout the year: Dates are TBA
ECHS offers the SAT in: October, December, January, and March Official SAT Dates
ECHS offers the ACT in: October, February, and April Official ACT Dates
Click here for more information about testing for the ACT and SAT. 
Note: Please pay close attention to registration deadlines for SAT and ACT

Interested in Dual Enrollment? Check out our Dual Enrollment information page


To apply for HOPE (scholarship or grant) or to apply for financial aid (loans or grants): File FAFSA

  FAFSA is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (you will need previous year tax returns and you CANNOT apply until after January 1st during senior year). Remember that it is FREE to file: www.fafsa.gov. For more information check out the Changes to HOPE and FAFSA information that we have provided for you.

ALL STUDENTS need to create a gacollege411 account. Please visit the website to create your account today! 


College Visits: Juniors and seniors can take college visits during the    school day. Juniors get one day and seniors get two. You have to make arrangements TEN DAYS PRIOR  to the day of the visit and meet other requirements. Click on the link for the policy and the form that you need to complete: College 10-Day Form & Policy.

Potential College Athletes: All students who want to play Division I or Division II college sports must register and be cleared through the NCAA Clearinghouse Eligibility. Click here to begin the process. Please note: When you take the SAT, you must have your scores sent directly to the Clearinghouse. Their code is 9999.
No ECHS Credit Recovery/EEP (Novanet or Odysseyware) or Ombudsman classes count toward the core requirements of NCAA Clearinghouse for eligibility purposes. Click here to see this regulation.


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Last Modified on February 28, 2015