Students Grades 6-12 and Parents are invited to explore Career Options Fair! Browse the Career Fair and speak directly to representatives from a variety of trade and technical schools and programs.
Apply for Federal student aid online using the Department of Education's FAFSA on the Web.
(If you have been impacted by the recent hurricanes and are looking for more information, or to apply for assistance, please visit www.DisasterAssistance.gov)
The College Board will offer a free October SAT registration, and a CSS Profile fee waiver to students affected by Hurricane Harvey.
The free October SAT registration and CSS Profile fee waiver are for students who are experiencing hardship and/or displacement due to the hurricane and are in an area designated by FEMA.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is seeking the “best of the best” in
Houston to take on the 2018 Students of the Year fundraising challenge!
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Student of the Year Fundraising Competition
Students of the Year candidates are high school students who are interested in and enthusiastic about volunteerism, philanthropy, community outreach, and leadership.
*See flyers for more information and the 2018 Student of the Year Application.
Apply Texas - (Rising Seniors – The Class of 2018)
With The Apply Texas application portal opening on July 1st, rising seniors (current juniors) will have the opportunity to order your transcripts in person or online.
Summer Transcripts - (All graduates and all other students)
ALL CAMPUSES AND OFFICES CLOSED ON FRIDAYS DURING THE SUMMER. MID-SUMMER REQUESTS (June 19 – July 18).
Students - Apply Now For Summer 2017 Internships
The Texas Internship Challenge is a partnership between the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC), Texas Education Agency (TEA) and The Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB), who challenge employers to offer paid internships and make it easy for students to search and apply for them.
The University of Texas at Austin Automatic Admission Policy
Senate Bill 175, passed by the 81st Texas Legislature allows The University of Texas at Austin to limit automatic admission to 75 percent of the university’s enrollment capacity designated for first-time resident undergraduate students.
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Seniors- Heads Up! FAFSA Opens Application Process Early, Oct. 1
Get Help Paying For College
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Colleges Offering Free Tuition Based on Family Income
Student MUST be accepted to the college in order to qualify for the free tuition offers. (Check the college/university websites as information, admissions requirements and deadlines are subject to change)
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For Fall 2019 admission, The University of Texas at Austin will automatically admit eligible Texas students in the top 6 percent of their high school graduating class. This change to 6 percent is a result of the continued and future projected growth of high school graduates across the state.
When: Saturday, October 14, 2017 (9 a.m. to 1 p.m.)
Where: Lobby of the Hilton University of Houston, 4450 University Dr. (Check-in begins at 8 a.m.)
Hilton College, one of the top hospitality programs in the world, invites you to participate in our annual open house event – the Fall Recruiting Blitz. This year you could win a one-time $1,000 competitive scholarship to the Conrad N. Hilton College at the University of Houston. To be eligible, just write a 250-word personal statement about why you want to be a hospitality major, and bring it along with either your high school or college transcript to the Blitz. Students will be ranked based on academic and essay measurements. We’ll accept essays and transcripts at check-in. Good luck!
See flyer for details!
Teen Dating Violence Prevention
The Child Mind Institute has prepared resources to aid parents, educators, and other adults in talking to children and adolescents about traumatic events and identifying those who might benefit from more focused professional attention. “Helping Children Cope With Frightening News,” includes basic tips on talking about troubling events, and an in-depth guide Helping Children Cope After a Traumatic Event with age-by-age breakdowns on what to expect and how to encourage healthy responses.
See attached flyers:
Beginning in March of this year, the SAT will have a new look! The College Board has made content, format, & scoring changes to the college entrance exam, the largest change in 30 years! For this reason, the folks at BestColleges.com have compiled a guide that offers students and parents a look into the logistics & style of the new SAT as well as preparation resources!
Many are unaware of the major overhaul the SAT underwent this year.
The new SAT Prep Guide:
View the new SAT Prep Guide.
The Class of 2017 may submit a FAFSA Earlier & use Earlier Income Information. See a table that provides a summary of key dates as we transition to using the early FAFSA submission timeframe and earlier tax information at:
On May 10, 2015, FSA ID (Federal Student Aid) replaced the Federal Student Aid PIN. An FSA ID gives students access to Federal Student Aid’s online systems and can serve as your legal signature. Create an FSA ID.
Compare the New SAT to the ACT
Taking the SAT is the best way to show colleges you have the skills and knowledge they want most. Find out how the new SAT, launching in March, compares to the ACT.*
Download the SAT Practice App
Make practice part of your routine — any place, any time. Answer a question a day on the Daily Practice for the New SAT app and get immediate feedback.