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Coldspring High School Code: 441380

SAT Registration Information

  1. Students have two registration options: online registration and postal mail registration. To register your child online, go to the College Board website. To register your child by mail, your child must get an SATPaper Registration Guide from the college guidance office at his or her school.https://sat.collegeboard.org/register


2. The quickest and easiest way to register for the ACT is online at: https://services.actstudent.org/OA_HTML/actibeCAcdLogin.jsp

Fee Waivers are available in my office

College and Career Center Hours

Mornings 7:15-7:45am

Afternoon: 3:45-4:30pm


Advance Appointment is required in order to get a hall pass! Sign ups will be located in the cafeteria and the front office, or you can email ashelly@cocisd.org for a College and Career Center Pass!

NACC

Student Registration If you want to play NCAA sports at a Division I or II school, you need to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center at eligibilitycenter.org. You should plan to register during your sophomore year of high school. If you have questions about your eligibility or the registration process, call us toll free at 877/262-1492. International students should call 011-317-917-6222.


NCAA- Cost $75. You can apply for a fee waiver if :

• Your family’s annual income falls within the levels listed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) for free or reduced-price lunches;

• Your family receives public assistance;

• Your family lives in federally subsidized public housing; or

• You live in a foster home.

Dual Credit

What is Concurrent or Dual Credit Enrollment?

Concurrent enrollment simply means that a high school student is “concurrently” enrolled in both high school and college courses.

Dual-credit offers the opportunity to earn high school class credit for successfully completing a college course. Contact your high school counselor to determine if a course is considered a dual-credit course for your high school.

Classes are offered in a variety of ways: by distance learning- via ITV (interactive video) the internet, and the traditional classroom.

What are the admission requirements for high school students?

Each high school has specific GPA requirements for concurrent enrollment. Contact your counselor to determine your eligibility.
AC requires that you are either in 11th or 12th grade and meet the following testing requirements.

Testing Requirements for College:

TAKS Score Minimums for Most Common Courses:
English- 2200 ELA 3 or better essay
Government
History
Psychology
Speech Must pass at least one section of TAKS
Sociology

Texas Success Initiative — TSI – “College Ready”

    • The first way to achieve TSI “Complete” status is to have a 2200 or better on ELA with a 3 or better on Essay and a 2200 or better on Math.
    • Students may also take THEA, Accuplacer, or other assessments to meet TSI requirements (see TSI information here).
    • Students who wish to take Workforce courses such as Welding simply need to test THEA, Accuplacer, or Workeys to provide an assessment of skill level. Admission for these courses is not contingent on test scores.





Contact


Philip Johnson
Counselor
(936) 633-5382
pjohnson@angelina.edu

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