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7th Grade Study Skills Assessment

7th graders will be taking this assessment to help the counseling department determine which study skills students may need more assistance with. Please have this completed by Friday, September 28th. Thank you!

Click Link Below for Assessment: 


8th Grade SC Junior Scholar and PSAT Test Info

Any 8th Grade student interested in participating in the South Carolina Junior Scholars Program by taking the PSAT test (Preliminary SAT) on October 10th will need to see Ms. Sweatt in the School Counseling Office.  The cost of the test is $16.00, and students must have a permission form signed by a parent/guardian.  Checks will need to be made out to Berea Middle School.  Ms. Sweatt must receive payment and a signed permission form by 3:30 PM Wednesday, September 26th.  We have a very limited spots available to take this test. If you have questions, please contact Ms. Sweatt in the School Counseling Office at 355-1706.  Junior Scholars are selected based on their performance on the PSAT and those that qualify will be recognized in local award ceremonies, receive an Award of Merit certificate, and be invited to attend summer opportunities at participating South Carolina colleges and universities.  For more information and a registration form, please see the attachments.

PSAT - Junior Scholars Program Information
PSAT - Parental Information


8th Grade: IGP Sign Up

Attention Read Me SignThe State of South Carolina requires that every 8th grader participate in an Individual Graduation Plan conference (IGP). Along with parents/guardians, every 8th grader at Berea Middle School will meet with a counselor to select a career cluster and discuss high school plans and high school graduation requirements.

Parents may sign up for the IGP Conference by: 

The conference will take place in the Counseling Office at your chosen date and time. If you do not select a date and time, an invitation will be generated and mailed to you. As the conference day approaches, our office staff will call parents to remind them of the meeting and send students home with a notice.