Senior Class Info

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    Seniors - Class of 2021

     

    Important Dates for Seniors

    Josten's Delivery of Caps and Gowns - Thursday, March 25th and Friday, March 26th

    Senior Panoramic with Caps and Gowns - Wednesday, April 14th

    Graduation (as of right now) - Sunday, May 30th 5:00pm UNT Coliseum

     

    SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

    • Resources:

      • Lewisville Education Foundation (LEF) Opportunities 
      • Every Chance Every Texan: Alphabetical index to scholarships
      • Fast Web: Personalized scholarship search based on your profile.
      • Sallie Mae: Free scholarship award database that contains more than 2.9 million scholarships worth more than $16 billion. It is expanded and updated daily. 
      • School Soup: It's the largest scholarship database in the world. Its search engine will find scholarships that match your interests and profile by searching through $32 Billion worth of scholarships. Scholarships with the best matches are listed first.
      • Student Scholarships.org- Free scholarship search database

     

    COLLEGE RESOURCES

    • TCHS School Code: 446-989

      By the fall of their senior year in high school, students searching for college should conclude and their application to colleges of their choice should begin.  Many selective colleges and universities have fall deadlines.  Other colleges may have spring deadlines; some may even continue taking applications through the summer.  Students should always check the actual website of the colleges to which they want to apply for the most accurate admission deadlines and admission requirements.

      Apply Texas 
      If applying to public supported colleges in Texas, one application can work for all.

      College for All Texans
      Find everything a Texas resident needs to know about preparing for, applying to, and paying for college or technical school.

      Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
      The coordinating board is dedicated to meeting the goals for the state’s higher education plan.

      Destination College
      Destination College strives to ensure all students are prepared to succeed in higher education. Collin College, area school districts, service providers,  
      and universities have partnered to increase access to information and educational opportunities for improved college readiness.

      CollegeWeekLive
      Information on Virtual College Tours and information.

      Texas College & Career
      Plan Your Future with Texas College & Career.

       


      Local Telephone Numbers for Universities

      A&M- 817-375-0960
      Oklahoma State University - 972-770-2321
      Oklahoma University - 972-444-9218
      Stephen F. Austin- 972-359-1744
      Texas State University- 214-789-3107
      Texas Tech University- 214-630-8324
      UT- 214-526-1800

     

    Senior Request for Recommendation Information

    College Visits – college visit applications must be turned in to office A130 at least 3 days in advance of your planned visit. This is important for attendance.

    College Applications – if you have not yet applied…NOW IS THE TIME! 
    Don’t miss your college of choice deadline for admission.

    Scholarships – apply for as many scholarships as you an – every little bit of $ money $ helps!

     

     

     

  • College Visit Guidelines

    COLLEGE VISIT GUIDELINES

    Any Junior/Senior wishing to take a college visit must follow these guidelines in order to have it excused:

    1. Juniors and Seniors are allowed two days per year to visit College(s).
    2. College visits are for sole purpose of visiting a college or university to determine if you are interested in becoming a potential future student at this college or university.
    3. The student must pick up a College Visit form from their Assistant Principal.
    4. The student must have their parent call their assistant Principal to confirm (469-713-5178 ext. 2510)
    5. The student must return the College Visit form three days prior to their visit to their Assistant Principal for approval.
    6. Students are responsible for submitting all make-up work.
    7. Students are responsible for showing their attendance clerk documentation of their visit (a note from the college or university’s admissions office or visitor’s office)
    8. An approved college visit does not count as an absence when considering exam exemptions for the spring semester.
    9. For more information about college visits please refer to your Student Handbook.

     

    Thank you in advance for reading and following these guidelines.

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