College Board Opportunity Scholarships
Juniors can qualify for $500 College Board Opportunity Scholarships by completing any of the college planning steps below. When a student completes all 6, they will be entered into a drawing for a $40,000 scholarship!!!
Step 1. Build Your College List: $500 (Going on now - June 2021)
Get started by exploring colleges you're interested in on BigFuture.
Step 2. Practice for the SAT: $500 (Going on now - June 2021)
Use Official SAT Practice on Khan Academy® to get ready for test day.
Step 3. Explore Scholarships: $500 (Scholarships Awarded starting July 2021)
Find scholarships and other aid to help you pay for college.
Step 4. Strengthen Your College List: $500 (Scholarships Awarded starting July 2021)
Make sure your college list has a mix of safety, match, and reach schools.
Step 5. Complete the FAFSA: $500 (Scholarships Awarded starting October 2021)
Fill out the free government form to apply for financial aid.
Step 6. Apply to Colleges: $500 (Scholarships Awarded starting October 2021)
Apply to the schools you want to attend.
Complete Your Journey: $40,000
Complete all six scholarship steps to be eligible for a $40,000 scholarship.
For more information, visit the PISD College and Career Readiness page.
Go to the College Board link for information on test dates and registration deadlines. Free online practice tests and personalized learning tools are available for students on the College Board website.
The College Board is encouraging students to prepare for SAT testing opportunities through the online platform at Khan Academy
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COVID vaccines are currently available to anyone age 12 and older through multiple local providers. Please read more for locations and details.
Las vacunas COVID están disponibles para cualquier persona de 12 años o más a través de múltiples proveedores locales. Por favor, lea más para conocer las ubicaciones y los detalles.
VIEW YOUR CHILD’S PRELIMINARY SPRING EOC SCORES
Parents/guardians may view Preliminary 2021 Spring EOC scores by accessing their Plano ISD Parent Portal account. Parents/guardians need to look for the Performance Management Section, and then click on the Student's Name. On the PDF look for the section titled EOC, and locate the results under Spr 21 Admin.
EOC RETESTING/MAKEUP OPPORTUNITY, JUNE 21-25
Plano ISD will be offering EOC testing June 21-25 for students who were unable to test this spring or who need the opportunity to retest. In order to plan for testing, we ask that parents complete this Google Form and consider sending their student to Clark High School to participate in EOC testing. For additional locations and information visit https://www.pisd.edu/staar.
Students identified for June EOC testing:
- were absent for an EOC test this spring,
- were a School@Home learner who chose NOT to return to campus for testing, or
- did not pass an EOC test (preliminary score says NM-Not Met).
See Something, Say Something
If You See Something, Say Something
Report a Concern from the Web
If you don't have a smart phone, you can access the tip line from any web-enabled device at www.pisd.edu/tipline
Report a Concern with the Mobile App
Download the Plano ISD Mobile App
More information about See Something, Say Something, visit www.pisd.edu/mysafeschool.
In addition to winning team sweepstakes, PWSH also had two seniors win individual state championships