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Lee College Makes Changes

Lee College has communicated that their Transcript Request process has changed. Now students wishing to request a copy of their Lee College Transcripts must visit their website and log in. From there they can make a request to have their transcripts sent electronically ($5) to another college or pick up a hard copy ($10) in person. They will no longer fill faxed requests.

Educational Planning Guide

The Educational Planning Guide is available to help students select their high school courses.

Transcript Requests

A fee is now required for high school transcripts. Please print and complete the Transcript Request Form and bring it to the Registrar's office for processing. If you are unable to make your request in person please visit Parchment to place your request. Parchment assess a fee for use of their services.

Junior Parent Meeting
Financial Aid & Scholarships

 Online Resources

Affordable Colleges Online

An organization dedicated to providing free higher education tolls for current and future college students and their families

FAFSA

U.S. Dept of Education FREE Application for Federal Student Aid Web Site

FastWeb

Can help you find the right college and scholarships to help you pay for it. The internet's premiere scholarship search includes more than 600,000 scholarships worth more than $1 billion. FastWeb's customized college search offers access to 4,000 colleges. Also find expert advice and how-tos on admissions, financial aid, selecting a major, choosing a career and more.

TAFSA

A site to help Texas students to plan for college, apply to colleges, and apply for Texas State Financial Aid. Just remember to apply early (starting January 1st) because funding is awarded on a first come, first served basis. 

FinAid.com

FinAid offers advice on how to find financial resources for college. They also host up easy calculators to find out about student loan payments and repayment options to prepare you for graduation.

NCAA Eligibility Center

A clearinghouse for student athletes desiring to attend college on an athletic scholarship.

Supercollege.com

A private website offering resources to help you choose a college and for finding scholarship opportunities.

Chegg.com

Similar to Super College, this site makes narrowing down the choices for colleges easier with a simple search engine. They also host lists of sites to help with textbooks, tutors, and internships.

StudentScholarships.org

Texas' leading source for student scholarships 

Scholarships.com

Another great resource for scholarship applications.

Counselors
Tiffany Guy
Counselor
Grade 12
281-576-2221 ext. 1262
tguy@bhisd.net 
Leah Veazey
Counselor
Grade 11
281-576-2221 ext. 1277
lveazey@bhisd.net 
 
Miki White
Counselor
Grade 10
281-576-2221 ext. 1276
mwhite@bhisd.net 
Janci Alfaro
Lead Counselor
Grade 9
281-576-2221 ext. 1365
jalfaro@bhisd.net 
Tracie Comeaux
Secretary
281-576-2221 ext. 1211
tcomeaux@bhisd.net 
Education Resources

Naviance is our ultimate educational resource. This site caters to 9th grade through post secondary education. To use this resource log in with the following method:

9th Graders: Log in with your Skyward Username and Password.

10-12th Graders: Log in with your Skyward Username and the password EAGLES.

College Recruiting

ApplyTexas.org

This website offers a central location for common application to all Texas state institutions of higher learning as well as a wealth of other college-related information.

U101 College Search

Directory of college, community college, and university websites in the U.S. and Canada. Lists over 3000 schools by state or province. 

braintrack.com/us-colleges

BrainTrack links to over 10,000 university and college sites throughout the world. 

Teen Dating Violence

In recent years, more and more researchers, health practitioners, and youth service providers have become aware of the problem of teen dating and sexual violence. Teen dating violence is shockingly common. In 2006, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reported that nationally one in 11 adolescents has experienced physical abuse. CDC also cited a 2001 report in the Journal of the American Medical Association stating that one in five high school girls have been sexually abused by a dating partner. Many youth also experience emotional abuse, harassment, and stalking in dating relationships. 

Teen dating violence is a pattern of behavior where one person uses threats of or actual physical, sexual, and/or emotional abuse to control his or her partner. This form of violence can include verbal abuse, written materials, use of weapons, the destruction of property, stalking, and other forms of intimidation.

Teen Dating Violence Webpage


More information from the CDC

Suicide Prevention

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