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  I meet with our students for a variety of reasons such as individual academic planning, crisis response, mental health support, college and career guidance, social support, four-year planning, etc.     

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Career Exploration  


Careers & Training 


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 TSI Practice (It’s free!!) 

FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)  



Free ACT and SAT practice

 ACT Practice

Study Guide ACT Breakdown


Apply Texas
Common application for all Texas public and many private colleges and universities.


The Common Application
Common application for many colleges and universities outside of Texas.

Work In Texas
The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) is the state government agency charged with overseeing and providing workforce development services to employers and job seekers of Texas. For employers, TWC offers recruiting, retention, training and retraining, and outplacement services as well as valuable information on labor law and labor market statistics. For job seekers, TWC offers career development information, job search resources, training programs, and, as appropriate, unemployment benefits. While targeted populations receive intensive assistance to overcome barriers to employment all Texans can benefit from the services offered by TWC and our network of workforce partners.

Be Recruited
Join the largest and most successful online network connecting high school athletes and college coaches.

NCAA Eligibility Center
The NCAA or the National Collegiate Athletic Association is the governing body of most College Sport. Your first step towards an Athletic Scholarship is registering with the NCAA Clearinghouse. If you want to participate in Division I or II athletics as a freshman, you must first register and be certified by the NCAA Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse. Refer to the NCAA Academic Eligibility section to determine the initial-eligibility standards that apply to you. If you don't register you will not be eligible to play or practice during your freshman year. Athletes who want to compete at College level must file a form with the NCAA Clearinghouse.

NAIA Eligibility Center
The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) is the governing body for athletics programs at its nearly 300 colleges and universities throughout the United States and Canada. The long-held mission of the NAIA is to promote the education and development of well-rounded students and productive citizens through intercollegiate athletics. The association offers equitable access and opportunities for participation in its 23 national championship events in 13 sports held annually throughout the country. Today, the NAIA strengthens its commitment to student-athletes and strives to enrich their college experience by supporting academic achievement and character development. NAIA Champions of Character is the association’s innovative flagship program designed to instill character values in student-athletes, coaches and youth in the communities it serves.




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