The Northview High School Counseling department is committed to preparing all student for life’s next step through comprehensive academic, personal, and post-secondary guidance in collaboration with staff, parents, and community.
Dual enrollment courses will be semester long courses. The dual enrollment will show 1 period per quarter per GRCC course, even though the course will be attended by students the entire semester.
Contract and GRCC applications must be returned to counselor in order for transcripts to be sent to GRCC for enrollment.
WBL provides students with the ability to be released from 1 or 2 hours on their school schedule if they are employed by an approved employer and the employment is closely tied to the students career pathway. If a student works between 5 – 9 hours a week, we schedule one hour of WBL. If the student works ten or more hours, the student can schedule for two hours of WBL.
Counselors will review transcript and EDP prior to approval of adding WBL to student schedules.
Students do not need to work during the school hours that WBL appears on their schedule, however students are released from school at that time and do not have to attend during those hours.The experience is graded by our Work-Based Learning Supervisor.
Here are a few key things to know now about WBL. For those interested, more details will be shared once the WBL Interest Form (linked below) is completed:
If you are interested AND you currently have a job, please fill out the Work-Based Learning Google Form. You will then be connected with our WBL Coordinator. Ms. Angela Lewis, and receive the WBL contract and further details on next steps.
After school tutorial assistance is available Monday-Thursday in Media Center Lab at the high school. Below is the CATS schedule:
Monday – English (2:45-3:45 PM)
Tuesday – Social Studies (6:30-7:30 AM)
Tuesday – Math (2:45-3:45 PM)
Wednesday – Science (2:45-3:45 PM)
Thursday – Math (2:45-3:45 PM)
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*Note to families filing the FREE Federal Financial Aide Form (FAFSA):
The official website is www.fafsa.gov. Please use the “.gov” website (it is linked in Naviance/Family Connection account). Other websites are for profit and charge a fee.