Clements High School
4200 Elkins Drive | Sugar Land | TX | 77479
Phone: 281-634-2150 | Fax: 281-634-2168
 
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American Field Service (AFS)(Web Resource) - AFS is a non-profit, volunteer-based educational organization offering exchanges among more than 50 countries around the world. More than 10, 300 students, young adults and teachers participate in AFS exchange programs annually. Opportunities for language learning, cultural immersion, new friendships and personal growth are core to the AFS experience.

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A.C.T. Test Information(Web Resource) -

AP Exam Registration Information - AP Exam Registration Information dates are TBA, check bacj frequently for updated information.
 
William P. Clements students will be registering for AP exams online this year using the Total Registration program.
To register for AP Exams, please visit Total Registration
 
• TBA – Online Registration Begins
• TBA – Online Registration Ends – no exceptions !!
When you reach the confirmation page be sure to print two copies. Bring both copies to school with your payment.
Payment:
Students will pay for the tests during their lunch period during TBA.
We will only accept a personal check, money order, or cashier’s check (no cash payments will be accepted).
If you have specific questions that are not answered at Total Registration.net, please contact Adrienne Luney

Career & college information(Web Resource) -

Career Colleges and Schools of Texas(Web Resource) - $1,000 scholarships are available. For information, please visit www.colleges-schools.org.

Career Planning Hotline - 1-800-822-7526

Clements High School Code - Clements High School Code-446784

College Board Portal for Students(Web Resource) - This site is a portal for students who wish to take advantage of the resources the College Board offers. Among their best-known programs are the SAT®, the PSAT/NMSQT®, the Advanced Placement Program® (AP), and Pacesetter®.

College Board Portal for Parents(Web Resource) - This is the College Board portal for Parents. It has a wide variety of tools, tips and help guides. This site also features a link for a newsletter.

College Quest(Web Resource) - Identify colleges by location, major, tution, sports and much more

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CollegeView (Web Resource) - CollegeView is a comprehensive college information source. Register on the home page to receive full access as a CHS student. The database will recognize your zip code and will give you access to all features.

Common Application(Web Resource) -

Database of 9,000 colleges. College search based on profile(Web Resource) -

Education au-in Canada - The Government of Canada has a new web site, Education au-in Canada-- a comprehensive resource for information on studying in Canada, finding the right academic program for a future college student, determining tuition and housing costs based on monetary exchange rates, acquiring student visa for study abroad, and a host of other facts and figures.
 
If you are interested in attending college in Canada, please go to: Education au-in Canada for more information or contact:
(Mr.) G. Ashley Johnson
Academic Relations Officer | Agent d'Affaires academiques
Consulate General of Canada | Consulat Général du Canada
500 North Akard Street | 500, Rue Akard Nord
Suite 2900 | Bureau 2900
Dallas, Texas 75201 / Dallas (Texas) 75201
Tel.|Tél.: (214) 721-1836 Fax.|Téléc: (214) 880-9611 MITNET: 472-3256
email Mr. G. Ashley Johnson

Educational Testing Service(Web Resource) - The world's largest private educational testing & measurement organization and a leader in educational research

FAFSA Web Site(Web Resource) -

Fast Web(Web Resource) - Free Scholarship Information

FBISD Gifted and Talented Program(Web Resource) - Fort Bend ISD Gifted and Talented Program information

FinAid Website(Web Resource) - Financial aid information. Grants, scholarships, and consumer information

Foreign Language Information - Click on this link for more information.

Gaggle.net Login Instructions - The attached document may assist you in logging into Gaggle.net.

General Scholarship Listing - Here is the most recent scholarship spreadsheet. Updates will be added as new offers come in.

Gifted and Talented Information(Web Resource) - Meeting the special needs of a special population The Fort Bend Independent School District introduced a comprehensive program to meet the special needs of gifted students in 1990. The FBISD Gifted and Talented Program is charged with identifying academically gifted students and providing for the special needs of these students. Gifted students tend to learn at a remarkably rapid rate, to be extremely sensitive and intense. The characteristics of gifted students create special needs which the GT Program is designed to meet. Click on this link for more information.

Guide to Private Colleges of Texas(Web Resource) -

Information for selecting careers, colleges, financial aid(Web Resource) -

Information for selecting careers, colleges, financial aid in Spanish(Web Resource) -

Information for THEA testing(Web Resource) - Testing sites includes practice THEA

Information on applying for financial aid, managing money, and repaying student loans(Web Resource) -

Join Together Online(Web Resource) - Take action against substance abuse and gun violence

Kaplan Educational & Career Services(Web Resource) - Welcome to Kaplan! Kaplan, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of The Washington Post Company, is one of the nation's premier providers of educational and career services for individuals, schools and businesses. Kaplan has helped transform the for-profit education industry, setting professional standards in an era of educational innovation, global expansion and technological advancement.

Links to career reference sites. (Web Resource) - Search geographically, alphabetically, and by job family

NASA Opportunity for High School Juniors(Web Resource) - High School Aerospace Scholars NASA Johnson Space Center Help Recruit Students for HAS Please help identify high school juniors you believe will benefit from this program and encourage them to apply by visiting our website. Students must complete online applications by November 13, 2009. If you would like posters and brochures to distribute, please respond to the this email with your name, school name, school address and how many brochures you would like. What is HAS? An interactive, online learning experience where students complete Web-based lessons during the school year and travel to NASA for a six-day summer experience where they work NASA engineers and scientists developing a mission to Mars. Who is Eligible? Texas high school juniors Who pays for HAS? There is no cost for participation and all expenses are included. The State of Texas, along with community organizations, partner with JSC to support HAS. Student Benefits · All-expense paid trip to NASA for workshop · Earn a high school science elective credit towards graduation · Discover career opportunities at NASA

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NJROTC Scholarships(Web Resource) - Two different scholarships are available through the NROTC program: Navy ROTC: for students majoring in any field. After graduating from college, this program will allow them to go into one of the following fields: naval aviator, naval flight officer, civil engineering corps, submarines, nuclear surface warfare, surface warfare, supply corps, intelligence, cryptology and Navy Seals! Navy Nurse Corps ROTC: for students who intend to pursue a Nursing degree.

Occupational Outlook Handbook. Site of Bureau of Labor Statistics. (Web Resource) - Search by career

Petersons Newsletter(Web Resource) - Welcome to Velocity, the monthly newsletter to Peterson's wired audience. Each issue brings you timely tips to get the most out of your quest for education or enrichment and keeps you up to date on the latest news and research at Peterson's.

Planning, Financial Aid articles(Web Resource) -

Planning, testing, choosing colleges(Web Resource) -

Resource guide for parents, students, and education professionals(Web Resource) -

S.A.T. Test Information(Web Resource) -

Scholarship List - See Ms. Namie in the Commons Office if you have any questions.

Student Access Login Instructions - The attached document is the same as that found in the student's Digital Locker. Paper copies have also been distributed.

Student Support Services(Web Resource) - Student Support Services Mission Statement The Student Support Services Department provides leadership in the programs and services which support the academic, social, behavioral, and emotional development of all students. Our greatest potential for success lies in our cooperative and collaborative efforts with other departments, campuses, parents, students, and community organizations to meet the individual needs of all students. If you or a student is in need of assistance, please feel free to contact a member of the Student Support Services Department for help on your campus

TAKS Study Guides (Web Resource) - The Texas Education Agency has developed TAKS Study Guides to help students strengthen the TEKS-based skills that are taught in class and tested on TAKS. The Guides are designed for students to use on their own or for students and families to work through together. Concepts are presented in a variety of ways that will help students review the information and skills they need to be successful on the TAKS. CAUTION: The following files are extremely large. Download times under optimal conditions could be as short as 20 seconds for a T-1 Internet connection or as lengthy as 10 minutes for a 56k modem dial-up connection. These low-resolution files are optimized for Internet use and they may vary in quality from the original high quality booklets. The TAKS Study Guides may be purchased by calling 1-800-252-9186.

TEA - Student Guide to Graduation(Web Resource) - Click here for more information.

Technical Education Center Programs/Courses Guide (Web Resource) - Click on this link for more information.

Test preparation, college information(Web Resource) -

Texas A&M Partnership for Primary Care Program(Web Resource) - Beginning December 1, 2009 through the second week in February, 2010, graduating high school seniors interested in applying to the Partnership for Primary Care Program can complete their application forms for consideration by Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine. If any interested students have questions, please feel free to email the Coordinator of the Program: Raymond Joyce, Coordinator Early Admissions Opportunities Texas A&M Health Science Center - CBHEC NRC, Suite 3500, Unit 5861 6300 Ocean Drive Corpus Christi, TX 78412-5861 (361) 825-2871

Texas Financial Aid Information Center(Web Resource) - Texas Financial aid information Preparing for college, choosing a college, paying for college, career preparation

Texas Financial Aid Information Center Hotline - 1-877-782-7322

Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Texas institutions of higher education(Web Resource) -

Texas Workforce Commission(Web Resource) - Site of Bureau of Labor Statistics. Search by career

The UT- Scoeity of Women Engineers (Web Resource) - The UT- Scoeity of Women Engineers is hosting Encounter with Engineering (EWE), a day-long program introducing engineering to high school females. The event will be held Saturday, February 12, 2011 from 10am–4pm on the UT campus. EWE introduces girls to the different engineering fields and is a great opportunity for them to find out about engineering, what they can do with the degree, and talk to engineering students and professionals. This event is entirely free, and lunch is provided. Many of our past EWE participants have been inspired to pursue a career in engineering. We strongly encourage girls in grades 10 and 11 to participate. EWE introduces girls to the various engineering fields through hands-on activities, creativity, and group work. Examples of activities in previous years: • Building a bridge and testing its durability • Extracting DNA from wheat germ • Making music with pencil and an electronic circuit • Creating a chemical reaction to form nylon • Riding in a flight simulator The application and parent release form for EWE are available online at SWE’s EWE page and there are two deadlines for acceptance: • Guaranteed acceptance—Friday, January 7, 2011. • Normal deadline— Friday, January 14, 2011 (applicants will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis). The completed applications should be sent to SWE at UT Austin by either email, mail, or fax. Participants will receive a free T-shirt and lunch and will have an incredibly fun experience. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact: Rana Karimi Community Affairs Director Society of Women Engineers Collegiate Section at the University of Texas at Austin 1 University Station, MC C2100 Austin, TX 78712 Phone: 512-471-2902 Fax: 512-471-3657 mailto:swe@engr.utexas.edu

Tutorial information - Are you having trouble with: Math? Science? History? English? Spanish? and other subjects? For help with any subject in these areas, enroll in tutorials today!!

U.S. Department of Education. Hope scholarships, Lifetime Learning credits, FAFSA(Web Resource) -

University of Nebraska-Lincoln(Web Resource) - Office of Admissions To be considered for admission for summer or fall 2010 terms and for an out-of-state student scholarship, students need to apply by the May 1 deadline. They can apply online today here. RED LETTER DAYS Red Letter Days are Nebraska's all-day (8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.), open house program is offered to high school seniors and their families. At Red Letter Day, students will have the opportunity to pick from several group presentations such as: choosing a major, university housing, scholarships, learning communities, financial aid, and many more - All Majors: November 9, December 4, January 15, and February 15 HUSKER WEEKDAYS - Every Husker Weekdays visit features sessions on: Admissions Requirements Academics Student Life Value at UNL A campus tour is included and lunch is available for purchase with this half-day visit option. Register online Call: 800-742-8800, ext. 4887 or (402) 472-4887