Resources

Family Connection by Naviance

Family Connection is a comprehensive college and career planning tool for students and parents. Students must obtain login information from the Academic Office.


 

ACT

The ACT website provides students a chance to prepare and register for the ACT, manage score reporting, and sign up for ACT question of the day.


 

SAT

The College Board website allows students to prepare and register for the SAT, obtain information related to PSAT and AP testing, and research college options.


 

My College Quickstart

Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors can use this free college and career planning tool powered by their PSAT test results. Students must use the access code on their PSAT score report to gain access.


 

ApplyTexas

ApplyTexas allows seniors to apply for admission to any Texas public university, as well as to participating community and private colleges.


 

The Common Application

The Common Application allows seniors to apply for admission to more than 450 selective colleges and universities all across the United States.


 

Brook Hill Scholarship Database

This scholarship database allows students to search hundreds of scholarship opportunities by keyword or deadline. The list is updated daily and is accessible by obtaining login information from the Academic Office.


 

FastWeb

FastWeb is a free, online scholarship search tool. It allows you to explore scholarship opportunities matched to you based upon a personal profile you create.


 

College For All Texans

College For All Texans offers specifics regarding Texas state-sponsored financial aid and scholarship programs.


 

Free Application for Federal Student Aid

The official FAFSA website offers a FREE application for consideration for state and federal financial aid programs.


 

NCAA Eligibility Center (www.eligibilitycenter.org)

The NCAA Eligibility Center provides information and eligibility registration for prospective student-athletes who plan to participate in intercollegiate athletics at an NCAA Division I or II institution.