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COURSE SELECTIONS FOR NEXT YEAR

LHS Advisors are excited to use the Xello College & Career Readiness Software to help ensure that our students are future-ready.  This website allows students to not only select courses for their 4-yr high school plan, but also helps students complete interest inventories, along with researching careers and colleges nation-wide.  We encourage you to log-in with your child to xello.world. 

Each LHS student has been given directions for logging into Xello in an email.  They have also been told how to select next year's courses, as well as the courses for their remaining years in high school. Each year the plan will be reviewed and can be adjusted as needed. Thank you to those of you that have completed and submitted your course selections!  Please help us reach our goal by having all course requests in Xello by February 27, 2020.  

LHS Advisors are working with individual students during January and February regarding course selections for next year.  

If you have any questions, please reach out to your child's advisor.

A-F:  LORI LINDSEY     G-M:  KATHRYN PEDIGO    N-Z:  ANGELA KIMMONS  

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Angelina College Dual Credit ONLINE helpful informational video:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=CAi8LYIackE&feature=youtu.be&hd=1

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Following are two websites where you can research the dual credit courses you have taken/plan to take from Angelina College and or SFA  to find out how they will transfer to your prospective college.  This is not a substitute for meeting with an advisor; however, it can be helpful.

tccns.org - Conversion chart for Texas schools

transferology.com – Conversion chart for Nationwide schools    We encourage you to create a free account.

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TEXAS GEAR UP:
http://texasgearup.com/       Free and easy to use college-prep resources. 

TEXAS ON COURSE: Preparing Students for College and Careers
https://texasoncourse.org/      

The college financial aid process is starting early. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) can now be submitted as early as October 1.

High School Aerospace Scholars (HAS) is a unique program that encourages high school juniors from across Texas to explore the vast opportunities awaiting them in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics or STEM-fields.  Juniors could spend a week at NASA this summer.  To apply for this program, visit http://HAS.aerospacescholars.org.

The United States Military Academy – WEST POINT – Juniors interested in West Point should start their application now.  Visit https://westpoint.edu/admissions/apply-now

Sam Houston State University Visitor Center  – Guided tours are offered in Spanish.  Contact the Visitor Center for more information at 936-294-3792.

NCAA College-Bound Athletes – Students interested in trying to play college athletics should register with the NCAA.  This applies to students in grades 10-11-12.  Go to www.eligibilitycenter.org Click Enter here for NCAA college-bound athletes...new account, and follow the prompts.

DiscoverStudentLoans.com provides a variety of educational articles and resources, including the top ten tips for getting a scholarship and how to apply for a scholarship.

The Payoff of College Majors - provided by Discover Card, helps students and parents compare starting salary and other useful information for over 170 undergraduate degree programs.

ACT/SAT preparation –  https://www.march2success.com - Website for ACT/SAT preparation as well as college information. 

Joint Admission Medical Program (JAMP) - is a program created by the Texas Legislature to support and encourage highly qualified, economically disadvantaged students pursuing a medical education.  For more information, phone 512-499-4352 or go to www.texasjamp.org

Khan Academy - Online Resource on how to navigate the college application process, write application essays, financial aid, and ACT/SAT study guides.  Go to www.khanacademy.org

edx.org - Online virtual courses from top-tier universities.  There are also options for remediation and AP test prep.

Chegg.com - Helps students build resumes.  Also, includes tutoring for a fee.

Cappex.com - Includes campus reviews by students as well as admission tips.