Irving High Counseling Resources

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  • College Resources

    For the latest up-to-date information, please check out our College and Scholarship Resources Page.

    Below are some links to important information and applications that will help you in your college and career journey.

     

    Apply Texas

    Through Apply Texas, students can apply for admission to any Texas public university as well as participating community and private colleges.

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    Common App The Common App is where students can go to apply to over 500 colleges and universities from 47 states.  If students are planning on attending college outside the state of Texas, this is where they should begin.

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     Federal Aid

     

     

    Federal Student Aid is the largest provider of student financial aid in the nation.

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    SAT

     

    The SAT is accepted by almos all US colleges and is typically taken by juniors in the spring and seniors in the fall.

    (Click on the logo to link to the College Board website for more information about the SAT and how to sign up for it.)

     

     


     

    ACT

     

     

    The ACT is accepted by all four-year colleges and universities in the US.

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     Khan Academy College Board has partnered with KHAN Academy to help students get to know the redesigned SAT as well as proved personalized practice at no cost.

    (Click on the logo to link to the Official SAT Practice site.)

     

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Guidance & Counseling Services

  • The four components of the Texas developmental guidance and counseling program are implemented in Irving ISD by the counselors at each campus.  These include:

    1. A guidance curriculum to help students develop their full educational potential, including the student’s interests and career objectives.

    2. A responsive services component to intervene on behalf of any student whose immediate personal concerns or problems put the student’s continued educational or social development at risk.

    3. An individual planning system to guide a student as the student plans, monitors, and manages the student’s own educational, career, personal and social development.

    4. System support to support the efforts of teachers, staff, parents, and other community members in promoting the development of students.

     In addition,  the Academic Guidance Program is outlined in Board Policy EJ (Local)

    If you need to get in touch with your student's counselor, please
    use our Counselor Directory.

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