Juniors (11th graders) will take the SAT on Wednesday, March 6, 2024. It is VERY IMPORTANT that all juniors show up and test. Colleges and universities are starting to require students to have either an SAT test score or ACT test score. Even if a college has a test optional policy, a good SAT score can earn students additional academic scholarship money!
Collegeboard allows students to send their SAT scores to 4 colleges free of charge, Juniors need to know the 4 colleges, in which they want their scores sent, BEFORE March 6, 2024.
For more information, please contact your student's counselor. ... See MoreSee Less
100% of ticket sales for our Black History Program go toward a scholarship fund where eligible Sam Houston seniors can receive scholarship dollars for college. The 2024 Black History Program is Feb. 16 with special guest Opal Lee.
➡️https://secure.payk12.com/school/samhoustonhs/790/2976/14126/item/248920 ... See MoreSee Less
The Feb. 16 event will be filled with performances by the Sam Houston choir, the Sam Houston community jazz band, the Tarrant County College Movers Unlimited Dance Troupe and the poetry group Young People of Color. Special messages by U.S. Congressmen Marc Veasey, Colin Allred and NBC 5’s Laura Harris will be presented. And, of course, a keynote speech from Opal Lee will add to an already unforgettable evening. #BlackHistoryMonth#GrandmotherOfJuneteenth#SamFam... See MoreSee Less
Thanks to our partnership with the Greater Arlington Chamber of Commerce, scholarship opportunities are open now. From the American Dream Scholarship, offering $1,000, to the Greater Arlington Chamber Scholarship Program, offering $2,500, eligible high school seniors can apply now through February 18. Learn more at: bit.ly/49134U0.
Parents, if your senior is interested in applying for a scholarship through the Greater Arlington Chamber, be sure to have them follow all the instructions in the application. If they need help with references or need other tips, they can always reach out to the counselors in our school’s Go Center. ... See MoreSee Less
Happy pre-Valentine's Day! Nothing says "love" like free money for college. It's also Black History month! Whether you choose to attend an HBCU or another college/university, apply for scholarships to help financially support your education. Visit studentscholarships.org/... See MoreSee Less