This program of study provides students an academic curriculum that prepares them for entry into a college Health Professions Education Program and a certification for a health related job. During the students' senior year they will be provided the opportunity to take certification courses within the TCC Health Profession Continuing Education Program. Upon successful completion of the required certification courses, the students will be eligible to take a certification exam.
Identified courses will be taken at the TCC Trinity River Campus or Trinity River East Campus, which will allow students to interact with instructors with experience and knowledge of health professions in a unique, hands-on environment. Upon completion of the two year program students will have the opportunity to earn 42 college credits and meet high school graduation requirements.
Important things to note:
MISD will provide transportation.Tuition will be the same as is currently in place, $65/course. There will be an additional fee for the certification course/exam that is yet to be determined.Goal is to recruit 20-48 students per year.
The FHS Go Center is a college mentoring center run by college students. It provides our students with career exploration materials and information related to college preparation, applications, and financial aid. Please let your counselor know if you would like to speak with a GO Center advisor. The FHS Go Center is open on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays during the following times:
Mentor Contact Information
The Free Application for Federal Student Assistant (FAFSA) is available in early December, but can't be completed until January 1st. The information for the FAFSA is based on 2016 income tax information. Through this aplication, eligibility is determined for grants, work study, loans, and need based scholarships.
To prepare for state testing, certification testing, AP Testing, SAT or ACT testing as well as explore careers please check out the Testing and Education Reference Center. See Mrs. Andrews in the CUBE for login information.
TSI (Texas Success Intiative) Assessment
Most public two and four year colleges in Texas require a TSI Assessment in order to enroll. Some students are exempt from the TSI Assessment based on SAT, ACT, or TAKS scores. Contact your college to see if it requires the TSI Assessment or another form of placement exam.
SAT/ACT Testing Calendar (tba)
Some colleges require students to take the subject (SAT II) tests (eg. University of Texas for certain programs and Rice University). These subject tests are given on specific SAT test dates. Check with the college that you plan to attend to verify whether these tests are needed.
Parents/Students Education Records Request must be completed and a photo ID must be attached to request student record information, including Transcript requests. Students who are 18 or have graduated will have to request their transcripts and other information, parents can no longer request this information on your behalf. However, you may designate them to pick up the transcript or information being requested.
Current Students: Once the Registrar receives the Parents/Students Education Records Request and a copy of your student ID your request will be processed within 24 hours.
Former Students and Graduates: Once the Registrar receives the Parents/Students Education Records Request, copy of your student ID, and payment of $1, your request will be processed within 24 hours.
You may come in Monday-Friday from 7:00 am. to 3:00 pm. to request records and pay for your transcript or mail your request to the school. Please plan and prepare for the allotted time needed to complete each request.
For more information concerning records contact Ms. Jones, registrar.
1. Create a list of top 10 colleges that are of interest to you:
2. Start preparing for the SAT/ACT!
1. If you haven’t taken the SAT/ACT for the first time, plan to take it!
2. Create a resume:
3. Start to gather documents for financial aid:
4. Visit some local colleges to narrow down your list J
1. Narrow your list of colleges to 5 & Start College Applications!
2. Take the SAT/ACT one more time if needed.
3. Have your High School send an official transcript
4. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
1. Scholarship deadlines are approaching, stay on track.
2. Visit your final college before accepting!
3. Send your deposit to one college only.
4. Review your financial aid awards!