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College and Career Center

 Grady High School's 

College and Career Center
Serving the college planning needs of Grady students 

Need Testing Accommodations for the ACT or SAT?

Both tests are making it easier for any student with a plan already in place to receive the same accommodations on the test. For more information, read these notes from a recent Applerouth webinar.
Interested in a Career in Film?

Check Out the Georgia Film Academy!

The film industry in Georgia is booming, and there is an increasing need for on-set jobs. On average these jobs earn $84,000 per year, but they also require specific skills and experience.

The Georgia Film Academy is a program that offers extensive hands on experience and training. It is available through a number of schools in the University System of Georgia and the Technical College System of Georgia, including Clayton State, Columbus State, Georgia College, Georgia Piedmont Tech, Gwinnett Tech, and Kennesaw State, among others. For those who want to earn a certification only, but not college credit, Clayton State offers the opportunity.

If you want to work in film in Georgia, check it out at


Grady Students Visited Albany State and Valdosta State in November. Next step: Apply! 
 Grady Students visit Albany State
Grady Students Visit Valdosta State  
FAFSA Is Now Live!
Visit to fill out your application. Read this link to avoid three FAFSA errors.
ACT and SAT Test Prep

Check the CCC website for free and paid test prep options. One easy idea is for students to download the free, Daily Practice SAT app, which provides a question a day.

READ THIS BLOG: Thinking about Georgia Tech? Sign up for Director of Admissions Rick Clark's blog. Even if you're not thinking about Tech, this is a great blog about college admissions. 
All seniors should stop by the CCC to pick up their Senior Packetsas well as a Senior College-Planning Checklist  (or download them here). 
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