• HHS Counseling Department Office Hours During At-Home Learning

    Beginning on Monday, March 30, 2020 the Hebron High School Counseling Department will hold the office hours listed below...

    Mrs. Rayford (Last names A-COE): 9am-11am & 1pm-3pm

    Mrs. Lovett (Last names COF-HANS): 9am-11am & 1pm-3pm

    Mrs. Hood (Last names HANU-LEE): 9am-11am & 1pm-3pm

    Dr. Fields (Last names LEH-PAN): 8am-10am & 2pm-4pm

    Mrs. Clingan (Last names PAR-SHE): 9am-11am & 1pm-3pm

    Mrs. Renee (Last names SHI-Z): 9am-11am & 1pm-3pm

    Mrs. Somnath (Student Assistance Counselor): 9am-11am & 1pm-3pm

    Dual Credit Registration for 2020-2021 is Open

    If you are planning to take Dual Credit class during the 2020-2021 school year, then there are several steps you need to take to begin this process:

    1. Watch this Video: Dual Credit 20-21Movie
    2. Complete Google Form #1 – “Attendance” & Survey for Dual CreditPresentation https://forms.gle/egwLWCBmy1FHSN1fA
    3. Apply to Collin:  https:apply.collin,edu
    4. Complete Google Form #2 – Submit your CWIDhttps://forms.gle/zUEPqJozt9iCuNAf9
    5. Access Cougar Web https://cougarweb.collin.edu

    The application window to apply to Collin is open now

    Course registration for Collin opens on April 14, 2020.

    Registration & Payment Deadlines to Collin is May 15, 2020.

    Contact Your Counselor For More Information

    Course Verification for 2020-2021 is Open

    The Course Verification process will be open for students in the Classes of 2021, 2022, and 2023 (current H9 students) from April 6-9, 2020. All students and parents in these classes should receive an email with details and instructions about this process around 12pm on Monday, April 6, 2020. Course Verification offers students an additional opportunity to make adjustments to their course requests for the 2020-2021 school year. Course Verification will close at 11:59pm on April 9, 2020. Please see the following video for additional instructions about this process.

    Course Verification Video for 2020-2021 Requests

    Newsletter from the Counseling Department

    Please see the following newsletter with ideas about how to navigate the "new normal" of At-Home Learning and all that comes with it

    (April 6th) https://www.smore.com/chs80

    (March 30th) https://www.smore.com/ea5wh

    New Scheduling Procedures for Class of 2021

    In the Spring of 2020, Hebron High School will begin a new scheduling process for the Class of 2021 only. This process, called Arena Scheduling, will provide students with a new system that allows them to have some more voice in the classes and order of their schedule. For more details about this process, please see the following link: https://www.smore.com/epv7y

    Scholarship List for HHS Seniors

    Seniors who are looking for additional scholarship opportunities may reference the following list in an ongoing basis. This list compiles scholarship opportunities that the HHS Counseling Department becomes aware of over the course of the year.

    HHS Scholarship List

    University of Texas at Austin Admission Policy for Class of 2021

    The University of Texas at Austin has announced that their automatic admission policy will continue to accept students ranked in the top 6% of their high school class. Please see the link below for the official announcement from TEA.



    Hebron's Schedule Change Procedure 2019-2020

    Schedule changes will be considered during the 1st 3 days of the class if there is an error in the schedule. Errors may include: two classes the same period, class scheduled that was passed in summer school, credit already received in a class, failure etc.

    Schedules may also be changed for program/placement issues. Examples include: ROTC, placement in an audition course, adding/dropping a sport etc.

    Discretionary elective changes will be limited. If you chose the elective, or if it was a listed alternate, then it cannot be changed.

    The procedure for requesting a change from AP to a PAP or PAP to a Regular class is as follows:
    *** A change may be requested at the 9 weeks. only.
    *** Changes at the 9 weeks will only be considered if the student’s academic history indicates a need for the change.



    The University of Texas at Austin Automatic Admission requirement for the graduating class of 2020 is 6%.  The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board establishes the rules that determine which students are to be eligible for automatic admission each school year.  Students who meet automatic admission requirements for UT will still potentially undergo holistic review in order to determine major of study.