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Mrs. Lee's

Google Classrooms,

Class of 2021, 2022, 2023, and 2024, will be used to post important information for GWHS students throughout the year.  Students should be checking it regularly and parents can request to be their child's "guardian" on the program to set up daily and weekly reminders.  Please e-mail, hlee@gwisd.us, to request this feature.

 

 

Transcripts and

Verification Of Enrollment 

If you are needing a transcript or

verification of enrollment, please

e-mail Mrs. Crawford, GWHS

Registrar, lcrawford@gwisd.us. 

 

 

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2020-2021 Scholarships and

Financial Aid Information

(UPDATED 9/15/2020)

 

Scholarship Tracking Form From My Kid's College Choice

 

Additional College Information:

College For All Texans

Texas Gear Up For College

 

Do you want reminders and alerts when scholarships are posted and due?  Sign up to join Mrs. Lee's "REMIND" group.  CLICK HERE FOR DIRECTIONS!

 


ACT Test Dates

SAT Test Dates
 
GWHS - SCHOOL CODE: 442-780
 
 
 

 

Class of 2023 Graduation Plan Resources:

Personal Graduation Plan Checklist

Class of 2023 Personal Graduation Plan (Blank Form)

 
 
 
CLASS OF 2021-2024
Del Mar Dual Credit Information:
(UPDATED 4/16/2019)
 
Del Mar College Dual Credit Website: http://www.delmar.edu/offices/earlycollege/
 
 
 
 
Test Prep Sites:
Free Test Prep & College Admission Guides - http://freetestprep.com
 
Available to George West High School students:
 
-Credit Recovery
-New Credit
-SAT and ACT lessons and practice tests
-EOC lessons and practice tests
-TSI lessons and practice tests
See the high school counselor for login information! 
 
TSI Practice Exams and Review Sites
Students should study and complete practice tests prior to taking the TSI. There are only a few testing dates available and retesting may not be an option prior to registration. Make sure you are “College Ready” when you take the TSI the first time.
• Del Mar College: https://www.delmar.edu/offices/testing/tsi.html
• Austin Community College Reading Review: http://sites.austincc.edu/tsiprep/reading-review/
• Austin Community College Math Review: http://sites.austincc.edu/tsiprep/math-review/
• Austin Community College Writing Review: http://sites.austincc.edu/tsiprep/writing-review/
• Pre-Accuplacer Review (Narrated PowerPoint Presentations): http://www.coastalbend.edu/Pre-AccuplacerReviewPresentations/
• Accuplacer Information and Sample Questions (from the Collage Board website): https://accuplacer.collegeboard.org/student
• Accuplacer Practice: https://www.accuplacerpractice.com/
• Coastal Bend College List of Resources: http://www.coastalbend.edu/testingtips/
 
 
College Days:

11th and 12th-grade students are allowed 2 "college day" visits per year.  Students need to contact the attendance clerk or administrator prior to their visit and within three days of the visit, must submit the "GWHS College Day Form" to the GWHS Attendance Clerk. 

 

Texas Gear Up College Tour Dates and Information

 

CAREER INFORMATION:

XELLO

Xello is engaging college and career readiness software that unlocks every student's potential by opening their eyes to future possibilities. 

 

TEXAS REALITY CHECK

Will you be able to afford the lifestyle you want?  Texas Reality Check will show you how much your living expenses will cost, and the amount of money you will need to earn to pay for them.

 

Bureau of Labor Statistics

Explore careers, economy, job growth and outlook, watch various occupational videos, and much more!

 

O*NET Interest Profiler

The O*NET Interest Profiler can help you find out what your interests are and how they relate to the world of work.  You can find out what you like to do.  It can help you decide what kinds of careers you might want to explore.

 

Transition and Employment Guide

This transition and employment guide is for you, the student in Texas public school, who may have received special education services due to a disability.  It also provides helpful information for your parents.  This guide has steps you and your parents can take to make sure you are able to find the right work or educational choices for you after high school.  It also tells you where to get the services you will need after high school.

 

 
Important Websites:
Apply Texas: www.applytexas.org
For the Freshmen Application handbook:
www.collegeforalltexans.com
Common Application: www.commonapp.org
College for Texans: www.collegeforalltexans.com
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board:
www.thecb.state.tx.us
Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation Compendium of Texas Colleges and Financial Aid: www.window.state.tx.us/scholars
Gear Up:
 
 
Apply Texas:

Students applying to Texas Public Universities, some private and two-year schools, will use the Apply Texas website.  This will streamline the application process.  Once you have reached a certain point or completed an application, you can "copy" your information to use to apply for additional schools.  In addition to admission applications, most universities' "Scholarship" applications must be completed through Apply Texas.  However, these must be completed at the same time you are completing your college application! 

 

Apply Texas: www.applytexas.org 

Apply Texas Paper Application:

Apply Texas Paper Application

 

Apply Texas ESSAY PROMPTS: https://www.applytexas.org/adappc/html/preview19/essay_preview.html

(Essay questions for applicants applying summer 2018 through spring 2020.  High school students will use the topics for "U.S. Freshman" - not transfer students.)


For a list of general application information, fees, which parts of the application that must be completed, and which essays are required for each university:

Texas Gear Up College Admission Information

 

 
Financial Aid:
As soon as possible after October 1, 2017, students and their parents should complete the Free Application of Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).  A FAFSA must be on file with each school to which you have applied in order to be considered for any form of federal or state assistance: Pell Grant, TEXAS Grant, Work-Study Employment, Stafford Loans, etc.  Many scholarships also require that the FAFSA at least be filed, regardless.  Remember, the FAFSA is FREE.  If for some reason a website you are on is asking for money, you are not on the correct website. 
 
The FSA ID is a username and password that gives you the unique benefit of logging into your accounts - while removing all personally identifiable information.  Students and their parent must have an FSA ID. 
 
 
 
Some universities require a CSS profile.  Check with your college or university of choice to see if the CSS is a requirement.  Additional information can be found at: www.collegeboard.org.