Whether you are a high school senior or just beginning your freshman year at North Cobb High School, planning is a vital step to your success. NCHS Counseling Department strives to ensure that every student has the opportunity to reach his/her full potential. We invite you to schedule an appointment. We’re here to help every school day from 7:45 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. You may also visit our Counseling Department website using the link below.

Entrance-and-Exit Exam Testing for IEP Students

If you have an IEP or 504 Plan and require accommodations for the SAT, ACT, or AP tests, please contact Jennifer Morgan. In your communication, include which test(s) you are requesting accommodations for along with the date(s) you plan to take the test. (Advanced Placement tests do not have set testing dates.) According to the College Board and ACT websites, you should allow eight weeks for the requested accommodations to be processed, so make your request 10–12 weeks before your testing date.

Future Shop

Students can plan for their future during their free time at school by requesting a pass to our Future Shop. Simply stop by the counseling office to sign up. At our Future Shop, you can:

College Visits

Juniors and seniors may use two school days per year to visit college campuses. We routinely have college representatives on campus to visit our junior and senior students. If you would like to attend an information session held in the Future Shop, you must come by the counselor's office in advance to sign up to receive a pass to attend the presentation.

Important Information

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Counseling Announcements

Rising 9th Grade Registration Handbook 2024

Financial Aid Resources

Paying for college requires planning. Know what to expect and how to get help.

Scholarship Resources

Scholarship opportunities are everywhere. Visit these sites to get started.

College Entrance Exams

Standardized testing can strike fear into the most intelligent and confident of students. However, with preparation and knowledge of what to expect, students can conquer this hurdle. Learn more on these sites: