Password - tisd + date of birth (ex. April 6, 2001 - tisd04062001)
Upcoming Senior Events - See the "Seniors" section on the right for more information for Seniors
Sept. 28 - Senior Class Meeting (during 2nd period)
Sept. 28 - Senior Parent Night
Oct. 5 - Lone Star College College Night
Oct. 10 - Financial Aid Night
SAT® vs. ACT® Test - Which Test Is the Right Choice?
Which test is the best choice for your student’s college options? Let us help answer that with our FREE National Practice Test event this weekend, Nov 18 or 19. This free, interactive, live online event lets students:
Understand the differences between the SAT® & ACT®
Try sections from each test to see which is a better fit
See their scores instantly
Learn effective test strategies from our team of experts
You are invited to Young Women Energized YWE offers student, parents, and educators a jump start to college and career planning with its signature mentoring circle format and interactive sessions for all attendees.
Sessions include: The Next Generation of Women in Energy Ask the Experts Career Mapping Concentrated Student Programs, and more!
January 23, 2018 – 5:00 pm–9:00 pm Houston Baptist University Morris Cultural Arts Center/Belin Chapel 7502 Fondren Rd Houston, TX 77074
Here at Summer Discovery and Discovery Internships we're ready for another year of creating exceptional educational experiences for middle and high school students. We're pleased to announce our 2018 application is open. As we look forward to our 52nd successful summer, we're committed more than ever to working with our university partners to deliver the most innovative and highest quality academic experiences. Here are some of the new programs and courses we're adding to our line-up:
We pride ourselves on having genuine collaborative partnerships with our universities. We offer 300+ university taught course options in a variety of subjects including business & entrepreneurship, STEM, research, sport management, law, psychology, and more. High School Pre-College Programs
While our original application deadline was December 1, we will now be accepting both admissions and scholarship applications through January 2, 2018. Additionally, if the admissions application itself is submitted by the new deadline, we will accept required supporting documents (test scores, transcripts, etc.) through January 10, 2018.
These new deadlines apply to all prospective students, not just those affected by Hurricane Harvey. We hope this will help as many students as possible make their Aggie dream a reality.
NEW FALL 2018 DEADLINES
Admissions applications: January 2, 2018
Scholarship applications: January 2, 2018
Supporting documents for admissions applications: January 10, 2018
As a reminder, in this year's application cycle we introduced a new process by which students can self-report whether they qualify for a fee waiver based on information they provide on the ApplyTexas or Coalition application. If you have students whom you believe may need additional assistance, please encourage them to contact our office.
The Aggie family stands with all those affected by this tragedy, and our admissions staff is ready to assist all students in any way possible. Please don't hesitate to contact email@example.com or 979-845-1060 with additional questions.
SAT Self-Paced Prep Course by Princeton Review
*AMAZING opportunity for JUNIORS to prepare for the upcoming SAT testing this spring as they prepare to begin applying to college in the Fall of 2018!
*GREAT opportunity for SOPHOMORES to prepare for the upcoming 2018 PSAT! Remember the PSAT in 11th grade is the exam to qualify as a National Merit student.
Reasons why students should take the course:
Fits their busy schedule
Instant access to an online tutor
Customized test prep
Checkpoint tests along the way
YEAR LONG access to the course! Students can keep studying between testing sessions
High test scores can mean merit scholarships
Confidence in taking the PSAT and/or SAT
For Parents - You'll have access to monitor your student's progress as well! A training session for parents will be available (date TBA) with Princeton Review to teach you how to maximize your parent portal.
BONUS In Person Course:
Students who register by October 20th will be able to take a 2 1/2 hour In Person course! This Kick-off course will show students the ins and outs of the program, along with the level or rigor they should be using to optimize success in the course. Can't make the In Person course? Sign up after the In Person course? No problem! Students can sign up for the course at any time and still have access to ALL the prep material covered in the Kick-off course.
Two checkpoint tests will be available for students in the course to be able to take a full length practice test and receive feedback on their progress. (November and January- see flyer) These are not mandatory, but recommended. If our TMHS dates don't fit your schedule, students can attend the TMHS checkpoint test dates. (December and February)
Sign Me Up!
Click the link below to sign up. Make sure to enter the discount code! (TMHS20)
The Carson Scholars Fund awards $1,000 college scholarships to students in grades 4 through 11 who excel academically and are dedicated to serving their communities. Students must attend an accredited K-12 school in the United States.
An interested student must be nominated by his/her school to be able to compete for a Carson Scholarship. It is up to a school how to determine its nominee. The minimum requirements are a 3.75 GPA and involvement in community service. In general, a school is only allowed to nominate one student. To learn more about how we calculate GPAs, review our GPA Calculations Rules and Policies.
If you would like to be nominated for this scholarship, please submit a resume to Mrs. Phelan in the College & Career Center by the deadline.
Kaplan Parent Event: “The Truth About Gap Years,” on Thursday, October 19
Is your child considering a gap year between high school and college? Get your questions answered about this important decision at the Kaplan Parent Event: “The Truth About Gap Years,” on Thursday, October 19 at 8PM ET. This free, online event features Danielle Purtell, a current medical student who took a gap year, and Charlie Taibi, CEO of UnCollege, who helps students make the most of their gap year through skill building and real world experiences.