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  • Coronavirus Impact:

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    College Admissions - As a service to students and families, the National Association for College Admission Counseling is providing an online tool as a central resource for information about changes in college admission events, deposit dates, and more as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. Access website here

    Virtual College Exploration  

    Many colleges and universities are offering "virtual tours." Be sure to check their websites for these opportunities!

     SAT information 

     G-Force Virtual Tutoring - UNT mentors provide tutoring in virtually every subject but focus on math, science, and English for all high school groups. Students create an account through the UNT Appointment Manager and should be able to use the same login information anytime they need assistance.

    • There is also a chat feature for “walk-ins” or if a student only has a brief question
    • 45-minute sessions between 9:00 AM-9:00 PM
    • The tutors have their preferred subjects included in their profiles
    • There is no fee for this service!


     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.