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Upcoming Events for 2019-20

 

TBD Mock ACT at TMHS (9 AM - 1 PM)
TBD Final Dual Credit Deadline
TBD Lone Star College New Student Orientation at TMHS
TBD Senior Awards Ceremony - By Invitation Only

Some of the following information is being distributed as a community service. 

Tomball ISD is not a sponsoring organization for many of these activities or opportunities.

 

Recent Posts

FOR STUDENTS: Understanding Your PSAT Score Report

This is a short but helpful video to help explain your PSAT score report. Students will receive their paper copy of the score report in January 2017.
 
If you are unable to access your PSAT scores, please contact College Board at 866-392-3017.

Juniors, it's time to get busy!  Choose which SAT/ACT you will take first.  There are only so many opportunities before fall of your senior year.  

NASA Internships

NASA has internships for high school students and for rising freshmen through doctoral students in STEM fields. A rising freshman is a high school student who has been accepted to an accredited institution of higher learning, i.e., a college or university, at the time of the internship.

Applicants must be U.S. citizens, with a minimum GPA of 3.0 for college and 3.0 for high school; however, applicants must understand that the competition for internships is keen. High school students must be at least sixteen years old at the time the internship begins.

http://intern.nasa.gov/.

ACT eBook - 5 Questions Students Must Ask While College and Career Planning - Junior Year Edition

College and career planning tips, strategies, and other advice... You will learn:

  • Why participating in sports, arts, and other activities can help after high school

  • Why the school counselor is a great resource for college and career planning

  • How to “try out” potential careers while still in high school

  • What your student’s priorities should be during junior and senior years

  • How to find scholarships, grants, and other ways to pay for college

Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo Scholarship Applications OPEN NOW (for seniors)

The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo offers many scholarship opportunities through eleven different programs.  

  • Metropolitan - 238 scholarships
  • Military - 5 scholarships
  • School Art - 15 scholarships
  • Hildebrand - 15 scholarships
  • Opportunity - 114 scholarships
  • Area Go Texan - 79 scholarships
  • Exhibitor - 30 scholarships
  • Technical - 5 scholarships
  • 4-H - 70 scholarships
  • FFA - 70 scholarships
  • Achievement - @ 100 scholarships (additional for scholarship recipients as juniors in college)

You do NOT have to be in FFA, show an animal, or submit Rodeo art to apply for scholarships (only a few have those requirements).

The scholarships range from $9,000 to $20,000 (yes...$20,000 - up from $18,000 the past several years!!!)

Applications are OPEN NOW!!!

February 6th - online applications are due by 7 pm

*After the application is submitted, you will receive an email with a list of supplement items due.  This email will be confirmation that your application was received.  If you do NOT receive an email, your application did not go through.

February 16th - supplemental documents are due (MUST BE RECEIVED IN THEIR OFFICE - post mark date is NOT used anymore).

April - scholarship applications are judged (read 3 times) and winners announced

May - scholarship recipient banquet in Houston held by Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo

 

To apply visit http://www.rodeohouston.com/Educational-Support/Scholars/Apply.

 

PLEASE DON'T PROCRASTINATE!! This can be a lengthy application.

College Applications 101 Webinar for Parents (Recording)

This is a great presentation brought to you by the College Board.  The link below will take you to some great resources for parents on the College Board site. To access the webinar recording, click on "Link to Recording" on the right hand side under Past Webinars - Oct. 13: College Applications 101.
 

2017 - 2018 FAFSA Walkthrough

This is a great video that you can use side-by-side you when you are completing your FAFSA.  It offers some great tips I wasn't aware of!

Seniors! It's FAFSA Time!

Seniors, the FAFSA opened on Oct. 1st.  The earlier you complete your FAFSA, the more likely it is that you will receive all the financial aid for which you are eligible.  If you need help getting started, sign up to see me!

New Schools Added! Earn $ for College with Raise.me!

**UPDATE** Arizona State University, Northeastern University, Syracuse University, University of Pittsburgh and University of South Carolina have been added to Raise.me.  

 

What if…?

You could earn scholarship money for college every time you got a good grade in high school? You could also earn money for playing sports, participating in school clubs, being a leader, volunteering in the community, and more?

 

Now, you can!

Raise.me is a website that allows you to earn scholarships from over 180 colleges, starting in 9th grade, for things you’re already doing!  Students earn micro-scholarships for college for getting an “A” or “B”, participating in a club or sport, completing community service hours, and more.

Use the following link to sign-up for Raise.me: 

https://www.raise.me/join/5254174619