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  • Peach State Federal Credit Union Scholarship Program

     

    It’s scholarship time at Peach State Federal Credit Union! For our 2022 Scholarship Program, we are awarding almost $200,000 in scholarships and educational grants which include: 

     

    • Brian J. Mulherin, Sr. Student Scholarship: This $3,000 scholarship honors Brian J. Mulherin, Sr. (former Director Emeritus for Richmond Community FCU prior to their merger with Peach State FCU) for his commitment and dedication to the credit union and the citizens of the Richmond County community.
    • Gracewood Student Scholarship: This $3,000 scholarship honors the volunteer Board of Directors from Richmond Community FCU for their years of service and dedication to the credit union (prior to their merger with Peach State FCU).
    • Marion Barnes Student Scholarship: This $3,000 scholarship honors Marion Barnes (former Board Member for Richmond County Teachers FCU) for his commitment and dedication to the credit union and the citizens of the Richmond County community.
    • Richmond County Teachers Student Scholarship: This $3,000 scholarship honors the volunteer Board of Directors from Richmond County Teachers FCU for their years of service and dedication to the credit union (prior to their merger with Peach State FCU).

     

    Each of these scholarships will be awarded to a Richmond County High School graduate on the basis of financial need, academic credentials, and a demonstrated commitment to community service. All scholarship winners will be chosen by March 31, 2022 and notified shortly thereafter.

     

    Please note: students should not submit multiple applications for our scholarships. Their application will be considered for any scholarship for which they are eligible (award amounts may vary). Applications to more than one of our scholarships will not increase eligibility or chances of being selected.

     

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  • Georgia Parent Survey and Student Health Survey

    School Year 2021-2022

    The Georgia Parent Survey and Student Health Survey were developed to measure perceptions of school climate at your child's school.  Your opinion is very important to us.  The survey should only take ten or fifteen minutes to complete. 

    Parents click HERE to complete the Georgia Parent Survey!


     

     

    Students (Grades 9-12) click HERE to complete the Georgia Student Health Survey!

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  • Georgia Scholar Program Information 2021-22

     

    Through the Georgia Scholar Program, GaDOE identifies and honors high school seniors who have achieved excellence in school and community life. Each Georgia Scholar receives a seal for his or her diploma. Applicants should be aware that Georgia Scholar is a recognition-only program and no scholarship funds are associated.  Any 2022 graduating senior attending a Georgia high school may complete the application, provided they meet the criteria (outlined in the application) and provided they secure signatures from their principal, school counselor, and parent/guardian. Click here for the 2022 Georgia Scholar Application Form. The application is due Tuesday, February 15, 2022 at noon.

     

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  • College Admissions Process Program

    Alpha Alpha Epsilon Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., has a special program that is called #CAPSM.  The College Admissions Process Program is one of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority's signature programs. It is designed to increase college access and readiness among high school juniors and seniors, through interactive workshops and mentoring. 

     

    Students can download and fill out the CAP application and email to AAEOmega.com

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  • Georgia Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT)

    The second round of P-EBT funding will begin soon!  All students attending Richmond County Schools for the 2020-2021 school year will automatically qualify for the benefit unless a student attended Davidson, Freedom Park, or Walker.  These payments will start in December and it may take several months for everyone to receive payment. 

     

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    Fee Waiver Program

     

    The ACT (American College Testing) and The College Board (SAT, PSAT, AP) offer fee waivers to waive or reduce the cost of the ACT, SAT, AP, and PSAT exams for students from families who qualify. Qualifying students should speak with their counselors about fee waivers for these examinations. 

    Click here to learn more about eligibility requirements and access the ACT/SAT Fee Waiver Form!

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  • MSB

     To help ensure the health and safety of all our students and staff, we ask that parents please consider paying for their student's school fees online through MySchoolBucks.  This will help minimize the amount of cash and checks that need to be handled throughout the day, which allows us to focus on keeping your student safe.

     

    With MySchoolBucks you can:

    1.  Pay online or on-the-goQR Code for my School Bucks with the words Scan Me in the Center

    2.  Browse items & fees in our School Store

    3.  Know when fees are due

     

    Don't have an account yet?  Visit MySchoolBucks.com to sign up today!  

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    Vision: The Richmond County School System will provide an equitable education for all students to prepare them for life beyond the classroom.

     

    Mission: Building a globally competitive school system that educates the whole child through teaching, learning, collaboration, and innovation.

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