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Welcome to the THS Counselors webpage!
On this page you will find information regarding scholarships, testing dates and other information to help you navigate your high school years as well as help juniors and seniors to prepare to enter college. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to see or contact your counselor (Last name A-L: Mrs. McCormick; M-Z: Mrs. Hullum). They can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com or by calling 281-592-7739.
Scholarships & Summer Camps
Make sure that you check back periodically for new scholarships and summer camps that are available. Items for these are added regularly.
2017-2018 COURSE GUIDE
The 2017-2018 Course Guide is now available for you to review. This course guide provides descriptions for available courses. You may review the course guide here.
2018-2019 Course Guide
The 2018-2019 Course Guide is now available for you to view. This course guide provides descriptions for available courses. You may review the course guide here.
Each graduating class, or cohort, receives important information from the high school counseling office regarding upcoming events, such as testing dates, available scholarships, etc. If you would like to receive this information, please send your name and your student(s) name(s) with their graduation year to our Technology Director, Crystal Dean at firstname.lastname@example.org or to the registrar Jessica Herndon at email@example.com
For example: Sally Field (firstname.lastname@example.org) Please add me to the email group Class of 2014, as my son Sam is a junior.
7:55 am - 3:39 pm
Tutorials are available every morning from 7:30 - 7:55 & afternoon from 3:39 - 4:00
Please see the Teacher Tutorial Time form located under the Student/Parent Resources tab for specific days and times.
Providing a premiere education that develops life-long learners who contribute positively to world-change through social and civic responsibility and are capable of leading in a global society.
Empowering students with skills to compete in an ever-evolving global community within a safe, supportive, and diverse learning environment.
* Exhibit school pride
* Fostering professional & personal growth
* Believe in all students
* Fairness, honesty and respect for all stakeholders
* Celebrate & support student success
* Promote rigorous and relevant instruction
* Expect high achievement for all
* Collaboration with all stakeholders
* Consistent & equitable classroom management
* Technological advancement and integration for all stakeholders
* Student-centric decision making
* Protection of instructional time
August - Laurie Williams
September – Noel Lopez
October – Madison Brown
November – Samantha Cummings
December – Aubrey Vaughan
January – Robin Mills
August – Kristin Fuller
September – Andrea Georges
October – Joni Baker
November – Jessica Herndon
December – Christy Sanford
January – Suzan Morgan