Counselor Information

2020 Graduation Date: May 30, 2020 at 12:00pm

 

General Information

Home Access Center

Home Access Center Form – Parents can request access to their student's gradebook records.  Fill out this form and submit it to the front office to be processed. 

Course Description Book - District resource for all courses offered with descriptions, including CTE Endorsement Flowcharts

K/AP Entry Requirements

Grade Level Classification Chart

Graduation Requirements

Foundations with Endorsements Graduation Plan

Endorsement Chart

Endorsement Plan Presentation

Beginning with the Class of 2018 and beyond, in order for a student in the state of Texas to graduate AND walk across the stage, he or she must complete the following:

  1. Complete all graduation requirements for the Foundations, Foundations plus Endorsement or Distinguished Level of Achievement Plans.
  2. Successfully pass all STAAR End of Courses Exams for English I, Biology, Algebra I, English II, and U.S. History.

For further information regarding these graduation requirements, please see our district course description book. **

 

Course requirements:

 

Foundations

Plus Endorsement(s)

Distinguished Level

Discipline

Credits

Credits

Credits

English (4) & PACE (.5)

4.5

 

 

Math

3

+1 additional advanced math course

Incl. Algebra II

Science

3

+1 additional advanced science course

 

Social Studies

3

 

 

Languages other than English (Foreign Language) 

2 (of the same language)

 

 

Fine Arts

1

 

 

PE (1) and Health (.5)

1.5

 

 

Electives

4

+2 electives

 

Total Credits for Graduation

22

26

26

 

Latest Counselor News

March 2, 2020 at 6:30pm-

Audience: Incoming 9th Graders-Building the Falcon Flight Plan.  An evening to learn about courses and schedule for the 2020-21 school year.  

9th Grade Resources
10th Grade Resources
11th Grade Resources
12th Grade Resources
Financial Aid and Scholarships

Scholarships - This is the link to the district's list of several local, state and nationwide scholarship opportunities. 

FAFSA Presentation

FAFSA Step-by-step Guide

Scholarships for Undocumented Students

Leadership Opportunities

      HOBY (10th Grade Students)

      Boys/Girls State (11th Grade Students)

      Lonestar Leadership High School (11th Grade Students)

Community Resources/Mental Health

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