Kimball E-TECH

Excellence and Innovation in Every Design

Kimball E-TECH at Mountain View College: A Dallas ISD Collegiate Academy

E-TECH is not a traditional pathway or concurrent enrollment program. The model is unique in that it helps ensure students receive an industry-recognized degree, not just college credits. This is earned at no cost to the student, and presents an opportunity to confront low college completion rates. Additionally the clear connection between school work and careers, and the opportunities for paid internships, mentorships, and job shadowing, only encourage students to complete the program Students will earn a high school diploma, industry-recognized certificates, and an Associate’s degree, all while gaining relevant professional experience. Upon graduation, students can choose to continue their studies at a four-year school, or to enter the workforce with industry connections and the skills for well paying, middle class jobs

Kimball E-TECH Class of 2022!

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TSI Testing for 10th Graders ONLY August 1st - 3rd

*TSI Testing will continue for 9th graders when students report back to school.

TSI Assessment Scoring Grid

The entire TSI Assessment consists of 4 sections with an average test time of 4-6 hours. The computer adaptive questions are administered in the order below. Your scores on the initial questions determine if you will receive further testing on the diagnostic component or the Adult Basic Education component. (EACH STUDENT MUST complete the Pre-Assessment Activity at least one time prior to testing).

Reading: 24 initial questions, no time limit. (Possible 42 diagnostic questions OR 30 Adult Basic Education questions).

Reading score of 351 – 390 no additional testing required = College Level Ready
Reading score of 342 – 350 will take the diagnostic component
Reading score 310 – 341 will take the Adult Basic Education component

Writing: 20 initial questions, no time limit. (Possible 42 questions or 30 Adult Basic Education questions and/or type an essay of 300 – 600 words).

Writing score of:
340 – 390 on TSI Writing Placement and minimum 4 on WritePlacer essay OR
310 – 339 on TSI Writing Placement and levels 4-6 on ABE Diagnostic and minimum 5 on WritePlacer Essay.

Math: Approximately 20 questions – not time limit. (Possible 40 diagnostic questions or 30 Adult Basic
Education questions).
Math score of 350 – 390 no additional testing at this time = College Level Ready
Math score of 336 – 349 will receive the diagnostic component
Math score of 310 – 335 will receive the Adult Basic Education component

Are You Microsoft Certified?

Class of 2021: All 46 remaining 10th graders will be certified in Microsoft Word 2016 by the end of the 1st 6 weeks. Students will practice and test the first week before college courses begin. Kimball Collegiate will offer a Super Saturday for students test. Students will then work on Power Point.

Class of 2022: All 9th graders will sign-up for Gmetrix and practice through training modules. Students will test once they start receiving 90% and above on training modules. Goal 85% of students will pass Microsoft Word 2016 certification test by the end of 9th grade.

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Mountain View College Student Convocation (optional)

Wednesday, Aug. 22nd, 4pm

4849 West Illinois Avenue

Dallas, TX

Mountain View College Convocation

at Mountain View College Performance Hall

Kimball E-TECH Collegiate Academy Student & Parents INVITED

Time: TBA

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

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Are you missing important messages? Sign up for Remind!

Communicate with Principal, Staff, Parents, & Students

A) If you have a smartphone, get push notifications.

On your iphone or android phone, open your web browser and go to the following link: Follow the instructions to sign up for Remind. You'll be prompted to download the mobile app.

B) If you don't have a smartphone, get text notifications.

Text the message @ketech to the number 81010.

If you're having trouble with 81010, try texting @ketech to (469) 518-2634.

Recibir mensajes para Cohorte 2018-2019

A) Si tiene un teléfono inteligente, obtenga notificaciones push.

En su teléfono iphone o Android, abra su navegador web y vaya al siguiente enlace: Siga las instrucciones para inscribirse en Recordar. Se le pedirá que descargue la aplicación para dispositivos móviles.

B) Si no tiene un teléfono inteligente, obtenga notificaciones de texto.

Texto el mensaje @ketech al número 81010.

Si tiene problemas con 81010, intente escribir @ketech al (469) 518-2634.

Contact Us

Kimball E-TECH at Mountain View College

Early College High School Program in partnership with Mountain View College

LLewellyn Smith, Principal

Adrienne Jones, Collegiate Administrator

Leslie Quiroz, Collegiate Clerk (972) 502-2250

Debbie Williams, Collegiate Counselor (972) 502-2253

Justin Bryant, Workplace Coordinator (972) 502-2254