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Plan to attend the PROBE College Fair

The Probe College Tour will be making a visit to White County High School on October 16. This is an opportunity for students to explore college options and connect with many different college admissions counselors. Per Probe guidelines, students must preregister to attend the event CLICK HERE. Parents and guardians are welcome to attend with their students.

College Visit

College Visits

Visiting a college is a great way to find out if that school will be a good fit for you! We encourage you to start these college visits as early as your junior year.

College visits are to be counted as a field trip and not as an absence. Students are allowed up to 3 college visits during their tenure at WCHS.

To schedule a college visit, you should set up an appointment through the college you are planning to visit. Once you have your visit planned, you should:

  1. Get a form from the front office before the visit and have your teachers sign off on your form before you go.

  2. After you participate in your visit, have a college official sign off to verify that you were there.

  3. Bring that form back to the front office when you return to school.

It is the student's responsibility to inform teachers of an upcoming college visit by showing them the college visitation form and to make up work missed in classes. If the student does not show the form to the teacher, he/she will be counted absent.

This information call also be found in the WCHS Student Handbook

Several colleges are offering virtual versions of their campus tours. Check out these schools in Georgia for their virtual campus experience.

Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College

Augusta University

Columbus State University 

Georgia Southern University

Georgia State University 

Kennesaw State University

Mercer University

North Georgia Technical College

Piedmont College

University of North Georgia

University of Georgia

University System of Georgia 

SAT and ACT Information

Junior Year is a good time for students to start taking the SAT and/or ACT. Because students may do better on one test than the other, students are typically encouraged to take each test once. For more information on both tests, and how to register, visit our SAT and ACT page.


Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment is an opportunity for students to earn college credit while in high school. For more information on dual enrollment and the application process, visit our Dual Enrollment page.