Welcome to Allatoona H.S.!
PSAT Information for Wednesday 10/14
9th Grade: All 9th grade students will be taking the PSAT if they signed up for the test or taking a diagnostic English and math test along with rotating through counseling sessions that will give our freshmen tips about how to be successful in high school.
Parents: Please help us with attendance on this great day! The tradition of excellence begins with students being present and engaged in every school day, and we need you to partner with us to make sure your students are here on October 14th!
Below are a couple of links your students can use to help them review for the PSAT. They have been working in their classes as well, but you may want to encourage some extra effort prior to the 14th so they feel prepared for the PSAT.
If you have any questions regarding the PSAT or freshman counseling rotations, please contact the Office of School Counseling at 770-975-6503, ext. 701008. If you have any questions about Senior Day, please contact Stephanie Rainey at 770-975-6503, ext. 701013
Congratulations - Jake Smith
National Merit Scholar Semi-Finalist
Allatoona High School would like to extend congratulations to Jake Smith who has been named a National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist. Over 1.5 million student’s took the PSAT last year and Jake earned this honor by scoring in the top 1% of all student’s in the State of Georgia on last year’s PSAT test.
Additional congratulations go out to Caitlin Slicker and Rachel Stammen who earned a commendation from the National Merit Scholarship Program for scoring in the top 5% of all junior PSAT test takers nation-wide.
Thanks to all three students for their commitment to academic excellence and representing Allatoona High School at the state and national level!
Click on the link to open PDF file for additional information concerning the National Merit Scholarship Program
New AP Test Registration
Taking the AP exam after learning all semester in an AP class is strongly recommended at Allatoona High School. Why take an AP exam? There are many great reasons:
Get ahead and register for your AP exam now! Parents and students can visit our new registration site at the following address:
On the Total Registration site you will find it easy to create an account, register for an AP test, and pay online with a credit or debit card. You can also pay in cash or check at the school, but it is strongly recommended to register and pay online at one convenient stop. Once you have entered the Total Registration site, you will click on the tab at the top of the page to locate your school and the prompts will help you create an account.
New this year is our 2015/2016 exam exemption policy for all students who sign up by the end of the 12-week marking period to take the AP exam in May. Ask any AP teacher or administrator about the details of this opportunity.
Students: You can do it! You are smart, prepared, and ready to achieve! Believe in yourself!
English Summer Reading
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