Academic Counseling and Special Education
Student Transcript Requests
An Individual Graduation Plan (IGP) meeting is designed to help you and your child make informed decisions regarding their future. Your students will have an IGP meeting every year starting with 8th grade. Each year’s meeting will contain pertinent information to help your child make informed decisions during their high school career. This short meeting is aimed to give parents some vital information to assist you in helping your students on their pathway to success.
Our School Counselor will contact you to set up your child's IGP. Contact our School Counselor with any questions.
Individual Graduation Planning
Class of 2016 & 2017
You will need to email Susanne Weidemann to request copies of student transcripts.
Class of 2018 & Later:
You will need to create a Parchment.com account and order your transcript directly through their service.
Click the link above to access a guide to the financial aid application, award, and repayment process.
College Readiness Resources
Special Education Services
Questions about IEPs and 504 Plans at NEXT High School? Contact our SPED team today!
Notice of Medical Homebound Services
Under S.C. Code Ann. Regs. 43-241, students who cannot attend public school because of illness, accident, or pregnancy, even with the aid of transportation, are eligible for medical homebound or hospitalized instruction. A physician must certify the student is unable to attend school but may profit from instruction given in the home or hospital. Should an approved student not be provided the medical homebound instruction that he or she is entitled to receive, the student is eligible to have the medical homebound instruction made up by the district. This make-
up may occur during the student’s remaining eligibility for medical homebound instruction or may occur after the student returns to school provided the make-up periods are not during the regular school day.
Under S.C. Code Ann. § 59-40-50(B)(1), a charter school must adhere to the same health, safety, civil rights, and disability rights requirements as are applied to public schools operating in the same school district or, in the case of the South Carolina Public Charter School District or a public or independent institution of higher learning sponsor, the local school district in which the charter school is located.