- ACT – American College Testing – ACT Test
- College Board – Register for SAT, SAT Question of the day, Sample Tests, and Scholarship Search.
- Number 2 – This website has sample test questions for all kinds of standardized tests– ACT, SAT, Accuplacer, etc… And it’s free!!
- TEA – Student Assessment Division – Texas Education Agency Student Assessment Division
- THEA-Texas Higher Education Assessment – Texas Higher Education Assessment is required of incoming students to Texas public colleges, universities, or technical schools.
- Test Preview – This website has sample test questions for all kinds of standardized tests– ACT, SAT, Accuplacer, etc… And it’s free!!
- collegeboard.com/quick – My College Quick Start. Your responses on the PSAT are used to generate a personalized online college and career planning kit free of charge to all students who took the PSAT/NMSQT. Includes: My Online Score Report, My SAT Study Plan, My College Matches, and My Major/ Career Matches
- College.gov – Contains information on planning, preparing, and paying for college.
- College is Possible – Information on preparing for college, choosing a college, and paying for college
- COOL – College Opportunities Online Locator – Explore higher education options for 9,000 colleges, universities, career, technical, and trade schools by location, program, or degree
- The Common Application – Application to use for private college and universities. List of schools using this application on the website.
- Texas Common Application-Apply Texas – Texas Common Application
- CollegeAnswer – Students wondering where to go to college and how to get there, or parents trying to unravel the mystery of the college and the financial aid application process, College Answer (formerly known as Wiredscholar) is the site for you.
- Purple Math – Helps Students With Algebra
- The Reference Desk – links to hundreds of reference materials and sites
- FAFSA – Free Application for Federal Student Aid – Free Application for Federal Student Aid
- College for Texans – Information on the Texas Grant and other financial aid options
- FinAid – Information on financial aid and college enrollment
- US Department of Education – US Department of Education’s information on financial aid and preparing for college
- Fast Web – scholarship search engine
- Hispanic Fund – Scholarship search engine for Hispanics
- THECB – Texas Higher Education Coordination Board – Texas Higher Education Coordination Board’s information on college funding and scholarships offered throughout the state of Texas
The Counseling Office is in the single story building between the two doors on Lamar Boulevard.
Counseling Office Hours:
In the counseling office you can find:
- Sign up board to see your counselor
- Transcript requests
- College and career information
- SAT and ACT registration information
Reasons to see your counselor:
- Personal Reasons
- Academic Concerns
- College and Career Guidance