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0-Period SAT Class Fall 2022

Northview is offering an SAT test preparation class this fall. Trained Northview teachers use the Princeton Review curriculum to teach this class during 0-period which starts at 7:15 am. The class starts three to four weeks after the official start of the semester and concludes on the last day of the semester. Attendance is taken and counted toward school absences. You will earn a grade in this class, and it will count toward your Fulton County GPA.  The cost is $50 (a discounted price) for the workbook. If you want to enroll in the class, please complete the form https://forms.gle/pZkU6vSXiYpfnjWHA and pay for the workbook through OSP https://osp.osmsinc.com/FultonGA/. Activity No. EN708-551 Activity Name: SAT 0-Period Fall 2022. The registration period for this class is open through May 26th of this year. It will close for the summer and reopen in late July before school starts.

Course Registration Forms and Information - Including the Waiver Form

Current Students: For information on registering for courses for next year, please check out our Course Registration Web Page

Georgia Tech Distance Math Info Session

Georgia Tech is holding a virtual information session for prospective Distance Math Program students on Tuesday, April 26 at 6:30 p.m.

The virtual meeting will be hosted by Georgia Tech's School of MathOffice of Undergraduate Admission, and Professional Education department. Students and parents who attend will learn more about the Distance Math Program and have an opportunity to ask representatives questions.

The session covers topics such as:

  • Course content.

  • Technology.

  • Participation requirements and expectations.

  • Admission process and competition.

  • State funding program.

Click the link below to join the meeting on April 26 at 6:30 p.m. 


Free College Advice Seminar

Applerouth is hosting “Ask The Experts: Advice from College Admissions Directors” on March 29 at 8PM. The panel includes Admissions Directors from Georgia Tech, Cornell University, and The George Washington University. This free online event will include topics such as:

  • Testing: What does “test optional” really mean? 

  • Classes & Grades: How do honors, AP, IB, and dual enrollment classes factor into the process? 

  • Essays: What are colleges looking for in students' essays?

  • Extracurriculars: How should students use their time outside of school? 

  • College Visits: With some colleges opening up to campus visitors, is it better to visit in person or remotely?

Register online: https://www.applerouth.com/signup/?scheduleid=488951

Or go to applerouth.com/events and use event code: M488951


Emotional Health Hotlines Available to You

Fulton County has published a list of emotional health hotline numbers that are available to you. Please check out this link to their flyer.

Your Desi Helpline offers mental health support for south Asians.

If you need help with mental and emotional stress, relationship problems, social and cultural issues, or work and school challenges, your Desi Helpline can help you make an informed choice about your emotional well-being, find out how you can be helped, and find culturally sensitive health care providers.

Tutoring Help for SAT/ACT and Subjects

Huntington Learning Center offers SAT and ACT and subject matter tutoring, check out our Tutoring page for more information.