Welcome to the Junior Information webpage! We hope that you find the information on this page helpful.
- 2018-19 Dual Enrollment Presentation
- 2018-19 Junior Parent Night Powerpoint
- 2018-19 Junior Guidance Powerpoint
- 2018-19 Junior Information Session Powerpoint
- 2018-19 Financial Aid Night Presentation
- 2018-19 Financial Aid Night Handout
- 2018-19 Parent Lunch and Learn Powerpoint
This calculator is a tool to help you estimate your grade point average. Click on the link below to access the calculator and follow the direction at the top of the spreadsheet. Please note that colleges and HOPE utilize different forms of GPA calculations. Please contact individual colleges and/or gafutures.org for college and HOPE GPA formulas.
We know that many parents and students are interested in visiting colleges on their own. Juniors are given four days which count as field trips to make these school visits throughout the year. Juniors must print out the College Visit Form and get the required signatures from their teachers, counselor, and principal before they go on the trip in order for it to count as an excused absence. They must also get a signature from someone at the college during the visit and turn the completed form into the Lambert attendance office when they return. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact your child's counselor.
Visit the College Preparation link on the LHS Counseling website to find testing dates and other important information pertaining to the SAT and ACT.
In order to participate in college athletics and receive athletically based financial aid, you must register with the NCAA Eligibility Center and meet academic and amateurism eligibility standards. In order to register with the eligibility center, you must have a valid U.S. Social Security Number and pay a $60 eligibility center fee. Please visit the NCAA Eligibility website for more information.
Below is a list of steps to take during your junior year to make sure you are eligible to participate in college athletics.
- Register with the eligibility center.
- Make sure you are still on course to meet core-course requirements (verify you have the correct number of core courses and that the core courses are on your high school's list with the eligibility center).
- After your junior year, send a copy of your transcript to the NCAA Clearinghouse.
- If you have attended any other high schools, make sure a transcript is sent to the eligibility center from each high school.
- When taking the ACT or SAT, request test scores to be sent to the eligibility center (the code is "9999"). No test scores will be accepted unless they come directly from the testing agency.
- Begin your amateurism questionnaire.
Career Pathway Completer Seal and Medallion Requirements
Lambert High School offers many Career Pathways to its student body. In order to receive recognition for completion of these at Graduation and/or on a diploma, certain requirements must be met. There are three levels of recognition:
- First level is a seal of Completion that goes on the diploma
- Second level is a seal of distinction that goes on the diploma
- Third level is a medallion that the student wears for the graduation ceremony
Each level has more requirements than the previous. In the areas where there is a state mandated End of Pathway Assessment (taken in the spring of the third course), students will be required to take the assessment for completion.
To view the Pathway Completer Seal and Medallion Requirements please click on the link below:
HOPE/Zell Miller Scholarship
- Link to HOPE/Zell Miller information on https://gsfc.georgia.gov
- HOPE/Zell Miller Rigor Requirements
All relevant information for the Hope/Zell Miller Scholarship is being posted on the on the gafutures website.
Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit Programs
House Bill 186 requires that all 8th through 11th grade students and their parents receive information regarding Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit programs. Please click on the links below to find out more information about the programs.
EOC Course Test-Out Opportunity
Due to recent legislation by the State Board of Education, students now have the option to test-out of EOC courses. We strongly encourage you to consult with your student's counselor prior to enrolling in the course for this option.
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