Attention Students Interested In PACE Courses for the 2018 – 2019 School Year
*New Students To PACE
Just a quick reminder to parents and students that they must complete a PACE application (online and paper) if they plan to take PACE classes at HGTC next year. The process has been revised by HGTC, so this will require both types of registration. Complete instructions for registering online are available in the packet of information (which also includes the paper application) that students are provided in the Guidance Department. We cannot approve any application without both pieces being completed; also, in order for us to approve the online portion, we must have a copy of the student’s test scores and a signed HCS Commitment Form (now available in the Guidance Department).
*Returning Students To PACE
Students must complete and submit the two page application and a signed HCS Commitment Form (now available in the Guidance Department) in order to be approved to continue to take PACE courses at HGTC.
Caroline Ross, Director
Elaina Laskos – last names A – D
Kelli Ferdon – last names E – K
Lauri Wood – last names L – R
Shannon Long – last names S – Z
Please visit our Guidance Google Classroom to access information from The Guidance Department.
Access code: wmnlug
Attention 10th and 11th grade students who took the PSAT on October 11, 2017:
Below are 3 different ways a student can view their PSAT scores on collegeboard.org. College board states that PSAT scores will be available for students to access the week of December 11.
How to View Your Scores
From This Website Create a free College Board account. While signed in, go to the score reporting portal. Verify your personal information to view your scores.
Using a Confirmation Email
If you provided an email address during testing, you’ll get a message when your scores are ready. Once you get the confirmation email:
Follow the instructions and create a free College Board account. While signed in, go to the score reporting portal. Use the access code from the email to view your scores.
Using an Access Code (located on the paper score reports)
If your school has given you an access code for scores: Create a free College Board account. While signed in, go to the score reporting portal. Use the access code to view your scores.
The S.C. Commission on Higher Education is hosting a town hall discussion on college access and affordability in Myrtle Beach, SC, at 5:30 PM on March 15, 2018, at the Mary C. Canty Recreation Center. Attached, you will find a flyer with important event information. Please share with your family, friends, and colleagues. Also, please direct questions to me at email@example.com or (803) 730-5638.