Starting with 2022 graduates, Keller ISD will post at the end of each semester the minimum grade point average (GPA) a student must have to be considered in the top 10% of the class. A student's current gpa is posted on the transcript in their HAC account. For more information, please contact your campus counseling office.
Semester 1 Top 10%-9th Grade
Semester 1 Top 10%-10th Grade
3.8833We are still checking emails and taking care of kids and families. If you need anything, please reach out @TCHSTalon @KISDCounseling #falconfamilyKISD SEL (Social Emotional Learning) Activities for FamiliesKISD Guidance Lessons and Counseling Resources for FamiliesTCHS Student UpdateFollow the link below for resources and answers to frequently asked questions. Your TCHS counselors are here to help and only an email away!Virtual College VisitsHere is a wonderful resource, including links and information from College Board to help you tour colleges virtually.Virtual College FairClick here for more information and the schedule for the Virtual College Fair on Monday, April 20th - Thursday, April 23rd.Just for JuniorsHere is the Just For Juniors presentation. It contains information to help Juniors prepare for their Senior year and beyond.
Here is a link to the Senior Summit presentation. Topics include graduation requirements, applying for colleges, finiancial aid, scholarships, and parent/student resources.
Click on the following link for more information about graduation requirements and courses offered in Keller ISD.
Counseling Links and Resources
Apply for Multiple Texas Public Schools Through Apply Texas: https://www.applytexas.org/
Apply for Multiple Private (and Public) Colleges through Common Application: http://www.commonapp.org/
Register to Take the SAT: https://www.collegeboard.org/
Register to Take the ACT: http://www.act.org/
ACT Academy is a free, personalized online learning tool and test practice program.
Official SAT Practice Khan Academy
Here is the link to order transcripts.
Athletes, Register with NCAA for Participation in College Sports: