Seniors and Juniors may tour prospective colleges during the school year for no more than 4 days per year. The student must bring documentation from the college indicating that the student visited the school. The visit will be considered as a field trip for attendance purposes. For our students to take full advantage of this privilege, students must complete the College Visit Permission Form (linked below) and submit to the EFHS Attendance office immediately upon return to school.
Students may register for a college campus tour on the website of the college of interest.
Georgia Match was introduced by Governor Kemp on October 5, 2023. Georgia Match is an initiative designed to inform high school seniors of the various public colleges and universities within Georgia that they may be eligible for admission. All EFHS seniors should receive a letter in the mail regarding this opportunity. For more information click the image below.
Seniors may apply to over 900 colleges through Common App!
HOPE Scholarship information, GSFAPP application, college planning, scholarship resources, etc.
Student Federal Financial Aid
Financial aid information, local scholarship opportunities and scholarship search engines
Interested in earning college credit and high school credit simultaneously? Dual Enrollment may be a great fit for you! EFHS partners with the University of North Georgia and Lanier Technical College for Dual Enrollment.
From College Board - Your AP scores could earn you college credit or advanced placement (meaning you could skip certain courses in college). Use this tool to find colleges that offer credit or placement for AP scores.
Contact information for people who provide disability services and accommodations at numerous colleges and universities in Georgia.
For the Fall 2023 admission cycle, NACAC member four-year colleges reported that the most important factors in admission decisions were grades in high school courses and strength of the high school curriculum.
University Systems of Georgia College Resources