FORT BEND ISD AP & Pre-AP COURSE OFFERINGS for Original Credit SUMMER 2014
Registration online: April 1st-June 4th through Family Access
To obtain a summer school registration form, please visit the FBISD 2014 Summer School Link: http://www.fortbendisd.com/departments/academics/special-programs/summer-school
Course selection for the 2014-15 school year will be online from February 10-28, 2014. Window closes at 8 am on Friday, February 28th.
AP TESTING INFORMATION SPRING 2014
Regular registration will end on March 19, 2014.
Cost: $90 for each exam.
CHS AP Total Registration website link: www.totalregistration.net/AP/446784
Late Registration begins on March 20, 2014 and ends on March 26, 2014. There is a $10 fee per exam if you register during late registration.
Students will register online at Clements High School AP Testing Total Registration website link and will be able to pay online through Family Access. AP Registration packets can be picked up from the Commons Office or downloaded below.
The Bulletin for AP Students and Parents is now available. Every student taking an AP Exam should read this booklet. A copy can be picked up from the Commons Office.
Students must return the CHS AP Testing Procedures handout with their signature and their parents’ signature to the Commons Office.
Visit the Clements High School Career and College Readiness Center Calendar for information about college visits and how to register for the college visits.
The calendar can be found at http://chsccrcenter.weebly.com/ccr-center-calendar.html
Policy and Procedure for William P. Clements High School
Correspondence Online Course & Credit By Exam (CBE)
Clements High School students are permitted to register to take a Correspondence Course or CBE from Texas Tech University and/or the University of Texas for the following reasons:
- Correspondence to obtain credit for a course ONLINE
- CBE to regain credit for a failed course (Failing course cannot be below 60%)
To register for a Correspondence Course or CBE:
- Students MUST receive permission and have their counselor sign off for the course(s) they have selected to take.
- After a Course or CBE is signed off by a counselor, Mrs. Schrock will give the student the necessary information to sign up for the course: This includes the website, phone numbers and proctor information. This information will also be used to request student’s Final Exam.
- When the Course or CBE is completed, it is the student’s responsibility to request their final exam from Texas Tech or UT.
** There is a $25.00 proctor fee for each exam. The fee is payable in cash or money order to Clements High School Activity Fund. This fee is nonrefundable once it is paid.
The Spend the Day with the Corps program is an official campus visit to Texas A&M University offered each summer for rising high school juniors and seniors and their parents.
The activities throughout the day include:
- An admissions application workshop with university admissions counselors
- Presentations from various departments around the campus
- Tours of campus and the Quad Time with cadets, Corps staff and ROTC representatives
- An Aggie Yell Practice with the A&M Yell Leaders
Dates and Schedule
Spend the Day with the Corps is held during the summer. The program dates are Friday 25 Jul 2014 and 1 Aug 2014.
The SDWC program is open to students who will be juniors or seniors in high school next year (2014-2015) and their families. Approximately 500 parents and students participate in each Spend the Day with the Corps program. To ensure each student has access to the resources and tours, Spend the Day with the Corps requires pre-registration. Please note there is a $25 registration fee, per family.
To register and learn about attendance requirements, click on the button above and submit the online registration. Once registered, you should receive and return the Spend the Day with the Corps Registration form to the Corps Recruiting Office. Once we receive your registration form and fee, we will email your Spend the Day with the Corps Confirmation Packet to you.
For more information, contact the Corps Recruiting Office at 979-845-9232, 1-800 TAMU-AGS or firstname.lastname@example.org.
EXPLORING COLLEGE OPTIONS
Student/Parent Information Sessions
Meet with representatives from Duke, Georgetown, Harvard, Penn, and Stanford.
Exploring College Options is a special recruitment program sponsored by the undergraduate admissions offices of five of the country’s leading universities: Duke University, Georgetown University, Harvard University, the University of Pennsylvania, and Stanford University. During the spring or fall of each year, the Exploring College Options group will visit all 50 states, Puerto Rico, USVI and the District of Columbia. At each event, representatives from the five universities will conduct brief slide presentations about their institution and answer your questions about the sometimes-mystifying world of college admissions. You will learn what distinguishes one fine university from another, what competitive colleges look for in the selection process, and what you can do to enhance your college application.
The programs start promptly at 7:30 pm, so we suggest arriving 15 to 20 minutes beforehand to complete the sign-in process and find a seat. Programs typically last one and a half hours. Please feel free to bring your parent or guardian to the program, and if you have a friend who you think might be interested, please direct him/her to this website for registration information.
Dates and Locations:
Sunday, May 18th–7:30 pm at the Marriott Houston-Hobby Airport
Monday, May 19th–7:30 pm at The Westin Oaks Houston at the Galleria
Tuesday, May 20th–7:30 pm at Houston Marriott Westchase
Visit Exploring College Options website link to register for the event.
Deadline: April 25, 2014
ONLY FOR STUDENTS ATTENDING THE UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON, HOUSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE (HCC), OR WHARTON COUNTY JUNIOR COLLEGE (WCJC)!!!
Deadline: Postmarked May 3, 2014
Deadline: May 1, 2014
Deadline: April 30, 2014