The School Board of the City of Virginia Beach voted to name Dr. Donald Robertson Jr. as superintendent at its meeting Jan. 23. A native of Hampton Roads, Dr. Robertson began his career as a math teacher with Virginia Beach City Public Schools (VBCPS) in 1988 and progressed in leadership roles including assistant principal of Bayside High School, principal of Salem High School, chief strategy and innovation officer, chief schools officer, chief of staff and acting superintendent.
Visit the VBCPS Student Support page for more information about the VBCPS guidance program.
- Requesting Transcripts
- Requesting Parent Teacher Conferences
- AP Students
- SAT/ACT/AP Testing
- Current students and alumni of the Class of 2018 or after, please request your official or unofficial transcripts by logging into Parchment. View Parchment's instructions if you need help ordering your transcript.
- Alumni who graduated prior to 2018: please call the Office of Student Records at 757.263.1980 to obtain a copy of your transcript.
College and Career Resources
Get started on your college or career journey by visiting your ClassLink account and selecting the MajorClarity app. Major Clarity was created to help you understand more about yourself and find out how to achieve your goals. Through career assessments, college and career advice, and tools to help you plan each step of the way, the app will help you focus on your next step.
BigFuture by the College Board is a free, comprehensive website that guides families — step by step — in preparing for, finding and enrolling in college. At BigFuture, you can:
- Use intelligent search-and-match tools and informative videos to find colleges that are a good fit for your student
- Learn how families like yours have paid for college
- Create a personalized plan for college so you and your student know what to do and when to do it.
TCC VB Campus Tours - Fridays, 3pm, Bayside Building, Room 119 Welcome Desk, 757.822.7172 or visit the TCC VB Campus page for more information.
Each military branch’s website contains a wealth of information.
Child & Youth Behavioral Military & Family Life Counseling Resources
- Parent Letter
Please contact Green Run High School’s Military Connected Counselor, Amanda Yoder for more information about:
- The Military Interstate Compact provisions
- Military Power of Attorney
- Graduation requirements for students in transition
- The GI Bill for dependents
- Scholarships for military-connected students
We are thrilled that you have made the decision to challenge yourself academically through the Advanced Placement (AP) program. AP is a program of college-level courses and examinations that offers high school students a unique opportunity to potentially earn college credit. Each year in May, students across the country take the AP examinations. As a student in the AP Program at Green Run High School, you are expected to take the AP exam.
Students taking AP exams must register and pay for exams by Monday, November 8, 2021. Students register at myap.collegeboard.org/login using the join code provided by the AP teacher. Students must also register/pay for the exams at user.totalregistration.net/AP/472296. For the 2022 AP Exams, the cost is $96 per exam. All AP Math exams, Science exams and AP English Language exams will receive a NMSI discounted price of $48.00 each. All other AP exams will remain at the regular price of $96.00. Families have the option to pay a $40 deposit per exam by November 8, 2021. The remaining balance will be due by Monday, March 7, 2022 or the exam will be canceled and the deposit forfeited.
If you qualify for the free/reduced lunch program, you are eligible for an AP exam fee waiver and can take the AP exam for free. Although school meals are being provided free to all children, a new meal application must be completed for the 2021-2022 school year. Applications are available. Students must register online and indicate they qualify for the free/reduced lunch program in Total Registration by the November 8, 2021 deadline. AP Exam registration will be pending until free/reduced lunch status is confirmed by Green Run High School.
Registration will take a few minutes and can be completed from any computer with internet access. To complete registration, students must answer all of the required questions. Please be sure to have a credit or debit card available before beginning registration. We know that parents may desire to register their students for exams; however, we strongly recommend that parents and students complete the registration process together to ensure that the correct exams are ordered.
Please do not hesitate to contact Anita Whitehurst if you have any questions.
AP Student Check-List
- Sign in to your College Board student account login. If you don't have a student account, click the Sign Up link.
- Click the Join a Course or Exam button and enter the join code your teacher gave you.
- Indicate on MY AP that you will be taking the AP exam in May 2022.
- Register and pay at least a $40 deposit for each AP exam by November 8, 2021
- Pay the balance in full by March 7, 2022.
Important Dates and Fees
|Exam ordered by November 8, 2021
(Students may pay a deposit)
|Ordered November 15, 2021 - March 7, 2022
|$96 + $40 fee
|Final registration deadline for partial payment
|March 7, 2022
|Balance due for students who made deposit
|Exam that is canceled after November 15, 2021 or not taken in May by the student.
Note: Registration for AP exams is not complete until you indicate on MY AP that you intend to take the exam and pay your balance in full through Total Registration.
VA STAR Laptop Program:
Students and families who do not have access to a desktop or laptop computer at home to do schoolwork are able to apply for a refurbished laptop, at no cost, through the Virginia Beach Education Foundation and VBCPS. Please see the informational flyer for more details, and complete the application. Applications can be submitted to the student’s school counselor.
If you have a current Section 504 Plan or IEP, you may be eligible for accommodations on AP exams and/or PSAT and SAT exams. All accommodations must be approved by the College Board's Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD). To request accommodations please contact Shawniquea Rozier in Guidance at 757.648.5512 or go to College Board for more information. If you have previously been approved by the College Board for testing accommodations (for example, when you took the AP, PSAT/NMSQT® or SAT®), you do not need to submit a new request. The deadline to request accommodations for the PSAT and SAT is 6 weeks prior to your test date.
Note: Schools cannot provide testing accommodations for students with disabilities unless the accommodations have been approved by College Board.