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  •  All students should graduate from high school ready for college, careers, the military, or any future they choose in life. College- and career-ready graduates should be able to enter and succeed in entry-level post-secondary classes without the need for remediation.

    Keller ISD is committed to focusing on cutting edge, rigorous and relevant education that prepares our students for post-secondary learning as well as a wide range of high-wage, high-demand careers. We offer sixty one programs of study, thirty of which are Career and Technical Education, or CTE, programs. Throughout the progression of each program, students learn relevant skills that may lead to a future career choice and/or path towards a college degree.

    Our goal is to prepare our graduates to pursue a future of their choosing and successfully enter our global society.


     Virtual College Fair Opportunities

     The Big XII Experience - October 27, 6-7:30 p.m.

    Join member institutions of the Big XII Conference for an evening of virtual information sessions. Each institution will host breakout sessions that covers information on admissions, scholarships, campus life, and much more! As part of the event, you will be able to attend informational sessions on three different institutions of your choice.

              Big 12

    NACAC (National Association of College Admission Counseling)  November 8

    Students may log in, register to participate and see which colleges will be there on each fair date. 

    Each virtual fair is a free, one-day event. Attend as often as you like. Parents invited, too.

    Sign up and then log in on the fair dates using your phone or computer. It's totally easy to get around. Create your schedule by selecting which colleges you're interested in and attend their live and interactive Zoom sessions. Also available are NACAC Meet-Ups on finding your best college fit, paying for college, and more. 

    Sessions cover topics such as how to apply, financial aid, student life, and more. Watch, learn, and get your questions answered about academics, athletics, diversity, study abroad, and other topics. You can also meet one-on-one with a college's admission counselor by choosing a convenient virtual meeting date and time.

    TACRAO (Texas Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers)  October 19-23

    Here is what you can do during the TACRAO college fair:

    • Visit College and University Booths
    • Chat with Admission Representatives 
    • Schedule a Virtual Appointment to ask additional questions
    • View an Info Session on:
      • Understanding the Admissions Process
      • Scholarships and Financial Aid
      • How to Start Your College Search

    ...and so much more. 

    Don't miss these opportunities to learn, connect, ask questions, and discover your best college fit!