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COUNSELOR'S CORNER

 

Diane Berger
Counselor
Weimar I.S.D.
dberger@weimarisd.org
979-725-9504



COLLEGE PREPARATION WEBSITES:


This test is recommended to be taken the first time during the spring of the junior year.


This test is recommended to be taken the first time during the spring of the junior year.

TSIA

(Texas Success Initiative Assessment)
This test is primarily given for admittance to junior colleges,
and is administered on the college campuses.
Click on the links below for practice materials for this test and for SAT and ACT, as well.
www.studyguidezone.com
www.testpreview.com

www.studytips.org
www.varsitytutors.com/practice-tests
www.collegeboard.com/student/testing/accuplacer.com
www.khanacademy.org


Free tool to explore colleges, get matched to scholarships, and learn about financial aide.


Free tool to get matched to scholarships and colleges


Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)


Application to Texas public universities as well as participating community and private colleges


Will you be able to afford the lifestyle you want? This is a tool to help you plan.


This is a tool to help you explore education and careers.



This is a tool to help prepare students for College & Career beginning in the 7th and 8th grade.


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Bureau of Labor and Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook


Student Interest Survey for Career Clusters 
(Use the above link to search for career ideas and interests in English or Spanish.)

 
bigfuture
   by the CollegeBoard     

(Use the above link for college prep materials, financial aide info, and finding the right major.)

 

TRANSCRIPT REQUESTS:

Transcript requests need to be submitted to the high school registrar,

Mrs. Carol McCoskey.

To request a high school transcript, please come to the high school office and complete a Transcript Request Form, or use the correct form from the links below. Transcripts may be picked up at Weimar High School, or mailed to an institution at your request. Be sure the form is filled out entirely, signed, and submitted to Mrs. McCoskey. Make sure to give accurate testing dates (month/year) if requesting SAT/ACT scores to be included. Please allow 48 hours for the processing of the transcript, and graduates of Weimar High School will be charged a $5.00 fee. Proper identification for graduates will also be required.
                                           Transcript Request Form For Former Students
                                           Transcript Request Form For Current Students

SCHOLARSHIPS:

       IT IS NOT APPROPRIATE FOR ANYONE BUT THE      STUDENT TO COMPLETE SCHOLARSHIP
APPLICATIONS!!


****ATTENTION SENIORS: SOME OF THE FOLLOWING SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS WILL REQUIRE YOU TO COMPLETE THE "WEIMAR HIGH SCHOOL COMMON APPLICATION" IN ADDITION TO THE OTHER DOCUMENTS THE SCHOLARSHIP MAY REQUIRE. THIS APPLICATION MAY BE COMPLETED ONCE, AND THEN DUPLICATED AND USED FOR THE REMAINING SCHOLARSHIPS THAT REQUIRE THE COMMON APPLICATION. THIS FEATURE HAS BEEN CREATED TO HELP EASE THE AMOUNT OF WORK IT TAKES TO COMPLETE NUMEROUS SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS. PLEASE NOTE: THE COMMON APPLICATION MAY ONLY BE USED FOR THE SCHOLARSHIPS THAT ARE INDICATED WITH AN "*". OTHERS HAVE THEIR OWN APPLICATION AND WILL NOT ACCEPT THE COMMON APPLICATION. STUDENTS MUST COMPLETE THEIR OWN APPLICATION. HERE IS THE LINK FOR THE
"WEIMAR HIGH SCHOOL COMMON APPLICATION".*****

                                                                         
                    ALL SCHOLARSHIPS THAT ARE TO BE TURNED INTO THE
                                    COUNSELOR MUST BE RECEIVED BY
                                          3:00PM ON THE DUE DATE

  
         Scholarship:                                                         Due Date:


*Rotary Club                                                                   May 4, 2018

*Jesus Nino Memorial                                                   May 4, 2018

Robert L. Moore Memorial                                           May 9, 2018



Jon Wunderlich, Superintendent
Weimar Independent School District
506 West Main Street
Weimar, Texas 78962
Phone: 979.725.9504
Weimar ISD shall be a community nurturing academic excellence for all students and demonstrating leadership in character development. Students’ potential will be maximized in order to grow life-long learners and productive citizens.

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