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What is a school counselor?

School counselors create comprehensive school counseling programs that focus on student outcomes, teach student competencies and are delivered with identified professional competencies. The Counseling & Career Center at CCHS provides support services for the entire school community.

CCHS counselors assist students with their academic, social, and personal needs by monitoring student progress to ensure students meet graduation requirements. This includes direct student services, individual student planning, responsive services, and indirect student services.They refer students, when appropriate, to other services in the DCSD such as special education, psychological services, social services, homebound instruction, etc. when necessary.

Transcript Requests

Current students should reques a free transcript in their Naviance portal.  

Alumni transcripts requests can be submitted through Parchment for a small fee.  Click on the button below to order an electronic transcript through Parchment with ease!

 Order Credentials from Parchment

Temporary Counselor Assignments

Below are the new temporary counselor assignments for the remainder of the school year:
Latorre- Last Names A-C and L
Holloman- Last Names D-Kh (new J-Kh)
Claudman-Last Names Ki-Kz Md-Mz, N-Sh
Jones- Last Names M-Mc and Si-Z   
 New alpha assignments are in red.  
Thank you for your continued support and patience as the counseling department diligently works to assist all students and parents. 
Meet Your Counselor
Tinikia Jones
Head Counselor
Students with last names SI-Z and M-Mc
(678) 676-6928
Lisandra Latorre
School Counselor 
Students with last names A-C and L
Anna Holloman
School Counselor 
Students with last names D-Kh
Wylene Ward-Claudman
 School Counselor 
Students with last names N-SH, Md-Z, and Ki-Kz

Dual Enrollment Updates

 Student Participation Agreement Form:

The Student Participation Agreement (SPA) for students and parents/guardians is now completed electronically for all students. All students (NEW, RETURNING, HOMESCHOOL and student with no SSN) must complete the electronic SPA and funding application found on prior to registering for courses. The GSFC has made changes to which courses are approved for funding effective Summer 2020 and beyond. Please be sure to review the updated course directory here:

Should you encounter any difficulties or questions completing the new electronic SPA, please visit the GSFC website. There is a new chat now option with a live representative.

***Students should request a transcript through the GA Futures website.***  
GA State University Updates as of 4.3.2020

Registration: Registration for summer courses will open on Monday,April 6, 2020. Students should continue with the registration process to meet the April 15, 2020 CCHS dual enrollment deadline. 

Summer Students: Students who would like to take a summer dual enrollment course should email their counselor the name of the courses they would like to take. Counselors will  contact the GSU dual enrollment office directly to approve the courses (for the summer only).  NOTE: All summer courses will be taught online. Please be mindful of the courses selection, rigor, and allotted remaining credits (pending House Bill 444).  

Fall Students: Registration will be delayed until high school counselors are able to complete the new online Funding/SPA application. Registration is expected to open Monday, May 11th.  Students should still complete the electronic SPA form by April 15, 2020.

The GSU Dual Enrollment Office will process prospective Dual Enrollment students without standardized test scores. Students must have a 3.0 GPA, calculated by GSU (this applies to both Atlanta and Perimeter students).  Please note, this option will only be extended to students who did not have the opportunity to the ACT/SAT/ACCUPLACER due to COVID-19. Below are a few answers to common concerns/questions:

  1. What if my student currently has SAT/ACCUPLACER/ACT scores on file with GSU but does not met the minimum requirements; will they be admitted?

Answer: No, students with test scores already on file with GSU will be evaluated based on SAT/ACT/ACCUPLACER and HS GPA.

  1. My student was denied due to low test scores. Can they be considered?

Answer: Unfortunately, no. Students who were already denied will not be re-evaluated. This exception is extended only to students who did not have the opportunity to test.

  1. Will there be any restrictions to students registering for MATH 1111: College Algebra, ENGL 1101: English Composition and other courses since there’s no SAT/ACT/ACCUPLACER scores on file?

Answer: Yes, all Dual Enrollment students should be college ready. The admission office will evaluate their HS transcript and grades in core classes. Students must meet an average GPA thresholds to register for all college level courses.

  1. Although GSU will be admitting without standardized test scores, should a Dual Enrollment student still take the SAT/ACT/ACCUPLACER?

Answer: Absolutely! Students may receive registration restrictions/errors if they do not meet the GPA threshold on core classes. Students can still register for standardized test; even after being admitted.

Although the students without test scores will be evaluated by the Admission Department for the Summer and Fall 2020 semester, students should still register for the ACT/SAT/ACCUPLACER. Students who plan on enrolling at the Perimeter campus may take the ACCUPLACER virtually through Examity. Students must meet Examity’s computer requirements. Students may use the below links (based on campus) to request an Examity exam setup in order to take the ACCUPLACER. Examity is currently closed due to COVID-19 however plans on reopening in mid-April

Please note, new students must have a Panther ID for this option (to receive a Panther ID, students must apply and submit their official high school transcript). When setting up the request, students must select all three ACCUPLACER sections (Writing [WritePlacer], Math [Quantitative Reasoning Algebra and Statistics], and Reading

Testing center links: 




If a student prefers to take the SAT/ACT, please refer to their website for the soonest testing date available.  

*The GSPC Dual Enrollment Office is working with the Admission department on whether DE students interested in our Atlanta campus may take the ACCUPLACER*

Dual Enrollment Orientation has been held online since Summer 2019 and will continue to be online for the convenience of students. Newly admitted students will receive information on DE Orientation in mid-April with detailed instructions.

The GSU Dual Enrollment team will be available virtually Monday – Friday during the hours of 8:30am – 5:15pm. You may contact us at 770-274-5612 and/or

 GA Piedmont Technical College Update as of 4/9/20.

      GPTC has new admissions placement measurements. For summer and fall enrollment, GPTC will accept cumulative HS GPA’s for placement. This is in addition to SAT, ACT, PSAT,9th grade English EOC, HOPE GPA of 2.6 after 10th grade, and ACCUPLACER.

Students will need to submit a copy of the transcript for placement (unofficial transcript is fine).

§ 2.5+ for degree level courses (English, math, science, history, etc.)

§ 2.0+ for technical courses (business, computer, welding, etc.)

For students who do not have the above placement scores or do not meet the GPA requirement for admissions, ACCUPLACER is now available online. Students will need a picture ID, access to a webcam, microphone, and speakers.

Summer registration is open!

Students can contact the dual enrollment coordinator at to register for summer classes.  Summer classes begin May 18th.  Students should email their counselor the courses they would like to take in the summer and if approved, the counselor will notify the dual enrollment office at GPTC.

Counseling Support Staff

 M. Elizabeth Sanchez
Administrative Assistant 
College Visit Coordinator

Kenyatta Phillips



DCSD Promotion & Retention Policy
DCSD Promotion and Retention Policy

Students who enter the ninth grade in 2005–2006 and beyond are required to complete 360 hours (24 units) in order to meet the requirements for graduation. The requirements for promotion are as follows:

  1. to the tenth grade: 90 hours (6 units), three (3) of which must be core courses† and three (3) elective courses
  2. to the eleventh grade: 180 hours (12 units), six (6) of which must be core courses† and six (6) elective courses
  3. to the twelfth grade: 270 hours (18 units), nine (9) core courses† and nine (9) elective courses

† core courses include English, mathematics, science, social studies, and world language

Forms & Downloads
Information on taking the Accuplacer remotely
All SPA forms for the summer and fall semester must be submitted to counselors by April 15, 2020. No forms will be accepted or signed after this date and students will not be allowed to participate in dual enrollment for the summer or next school year.
Use this form to track your Bulldog Service hours. Forms are due to the counseling department no later than the Friday before Spring Break!
Review this document to find out more about the Dual Enrollment Program.
The dual enrollment program continues to grow each year. Be sure you are knowledgeable regarding all requirements and deadlines before you make your final decision.
The Microsoft Student Advantage program is now available to all DCSD students, allowing them to install Microsoft Office on personal devices as long as they are enrolled in DCSD.
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