Postsecondary Planning

Georgia Apply to College (GAC) Month

The governor has declared November as GAC Month, and Georgia Cyber Academy (GCA) wants YOU to join us for GAC. Click here for more! [PDF]

Curious about college?

For College Fairs

Video Coming Soon


Click here for common application details.

Explore. Plan. Succeed.

GAfutures is Georgia's primary resource for information on planning, applying to, and paying for college. The website aims to help students of all ages explore and plan for college and is loaded with tools and information that will make the process of searching, applying, and paying for college easier. GAfutures is a project of the Georgia Student Finance Commission and replaced GACollege411.

​Using GAfutures, Georgia students will be able to:

  • Apply for state financial aid programs (including HOPE and Dual Enrollment)
  • Learn about state financial aid programs and eligible postsecondary institutions
  • Learn about federal financial aid and repayment options
  • Search and apply to colleges
  • Search a nationwide scholarship database

The GAfutures website is available here.
​(The Governor's Office Student Achievement)

Face-to-Face College Visits

College visits are a critical part of the college decision process. It's also very exciting to be on a college campus this time of year! GCA will set up several physical (face-to-face) visits. Most visits will include a campus tour as well as an informational session.

Schedule and Information Coming Soon!


Virtual College Visits

Representatives from each college will present the exciting opportunities at their school! You will learn about the campus, clubs, sports, majors, and much more!

Find the Schedule of Visits here.



K12 National College and Career Workshops

Have you thought about life after high school? Have you considered the careers that you might be interested in and whether or not you want, or will need, to attend college? There is a lot to think about to get ready: where to go, what to study, how to apply, how to pay for it, and more.

It's never too early—or too late— to explore your options!

K12 will be hosting live workshop sessions for students to talk about college and career prep topics.

Schedule and Information Coming Soon!

Have you missed a previous session? Click to watch the session recordings below: 




All high school juniors and seniors in Georgia public and private schools are encouraged to attend PROBE fairs. Counselors, principals, headmasters, superintendents, parents, and officials of institutions represented in the fairs are also urged to attend. Students prefer presentations to cover information that cannot be found in publications: transitions to college, academic climate, student regulations, financial aid, housing, and social and religious activities. Information should be supplied in sufficient quantities to give one to each interested student.

Schedule and Information Coming Soon!


Armed Service Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) Information Session

Harriet H. Blakely
Program Manager
ASVAB Career Exploration Program
Who: 12th-grade students

Attention Male Students 18 Years of Age or Older (or who are approaching their 18th birthday)
Please find the following information regarding Selective Service Registration below:

Click here to find FAQs. (link coming soon)
Click here for a brochure developed by the Selective Service. (link coming soon)
Click here to find ASVAB practice test online.
Click here for ASVAB Recording.

"The law requires virtually all male U.S. citizens (regardless of where they live), and male immigrants residing in the U.S. (permanent resident aliens), to register within 30 days of their 18th birthday. Therefore, to be in full compliance with the law, a man turning 18 is required to register during the period of time beginning 30 days before, until 30 days after his 18th birthday—a 60-day window.

Late registrations are accepted, but not once a man reaches age 26. Men who do not register within the 60-day window are technically in violation of the law and should register as soon as possible."

Informational Recording Link: Selective Service Registration Recording Link



Attention all SENIORS and parents: The ASVAB will be administered on February 28, 2018, from 8:30–11:30 AM, Atlanta, Georgia.

What is the ASVAB? It's a battery of tests identifying a student's knowledge and skill level in the areas of verbal, math, science, and technical skills, including electronics, mechanical comprehension, and auto shop information. The ASVAB is not just a passport test to get into the military, but it is a great tool to discover future careers.

Why take the ASVAB? Those students struggling to decide on a college major, the type of technical training they will need, or the job that will best suit them, will benefit from taking the ASVAB. It helps them identify their different skills and competencies. It measures potential to learn and perform in certain career areas. The ASVAB can help them answer the question, "What am I going to do?"

Who administers the test? A specially trained testing administrator is provided by the Armed Forces to administer the ASVAB test at Georgia Cyber Academy in Atlanta.

Who takes this test? Seniors are invited to take this test. Limited space is available.

Is there a cost to take the test? There is no cost. All materials needed are provided. Taking the ASVAB DOES NOT mean you MUST join Armed Services.

How do I register?
Registration Information Coming Soon!

Test Location
Georgia Cyber Academy Explore Careers
1745 Phoenix Boulevard, Suite 100
Atlanta, GA 30339

Click here [PDF] to learn more about the ASVAB.