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The Student Support Center (SSC) was formerly known as the Guidance Office. The Student Support Center is home to the School Counselors, Student Support Specialist and Student’s Academic Records. We are here to address and support the needs of our students and their families. We maintain open lines of communication between students, faculty, parents/families, and the community.  All Student Support Center staff are dedicated to helping students find success in school. If there is anything that we can do to help you take care of problems, accomplish goals, and be successful, please don’t hesitate to let us know!

These word press pages will mostly be used by School Counselors to communicate grade level specific information to students and parents. You will find scholarship information, registration announcements, test prep information and more. Stacy Macke is the Freshmen Counselor. Students in 10th – 12th grades are assigned their School Counselor based on their last names; Kaye Anderson is the school counselor for students with last names A-K, and Paige Brooks is the School Counselor for student with last names L-Z.

Steve McRae is the Student Support Specialist for Smoky Mountain High School. The student support specialist can assist you with questions about meeting your student’s needs, behavioral support and crisis interventions. The student support specialist acts as the school’s liaison to community services and can provide referrals when needed. The student support specialist also provides assistance with behavior interventions and assists with ongoing social-emotional counseling needs.

Follow the Student Support Center on Twitter @SmokyMtnSSC

Registration

In order to register for classes all students must log into their school net (Power School) account.  Students can log in to school net by going to www.jcpsnc.org/students and selecting the NCEdCloud icon, once logged in students will select the PowerSchool icon to continue. Students are logging into the same screen they use to see …

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Senior Year: Getting Started

College Applications.. Sending Test Scores.. Transcripts & More..  How to get Started on all your Senior Year To-Do’s Applications: -Most college applications are online applications. Many colleges and universities use online application portals for your convenience. -You can find an application to all North Carolina Colleges and Universities through CFNC.org, here you can apply to schools …

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Jump Start to College Workshop

Below you will find the powerpoint presentations and the handouts shared at the Jump Start to College Workshop we had at SMHS on Wednesday, July 17th. Special thanks to Laura Misner from the College Foundation of North Carolina for putting on the workshop and sharing these resources with us.      

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