COUNSELOR'S PAGE

SAT/ACT LINKS

ACT - www.actstudent.org

SAT - www.sat.org

Apply Texas

Explore. Apply. Repeat. Complete and submit your admission and scholarship applications online.  Admission information for every Texas Public University plus some private and 2 year schools.

 

The Common Application

Use the Common Application to apply to approximately 300 selective colleges and universities.

 

NCAA

All perspective student athletes must register with the eligibility center in grade 11. SAT and ACT scores must be sent directly from the testing agencies - use code "9999". Go to the NCAA website to register as a prospective student athlete.

 

Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

Financial aid begins with the free application for Federal Student Aid. All students are encouraged to file the FAFSA.

 

 

Directions for Accessing Student Results via TexasAssessment.Gov

 

Starting on June 28th:

 

  1. Visit TexasAssessment.Gov.

  2. Click “Find My Access Code” & log in.

  3. Review your child’s STAAR results and the personalized resources to support learning at home.

 

At the beginning of the school year, discuss the results with your child’s teacher and work together to support your child’s learning.

Flyer with Explanation for accessing STAAR results

Texas Tuition Promise Fund

Enrollment is now open for the Texas Tuition Promise Fund. Click the button below.

College Planning Materials

Information on available scholarships and 5 steps guide to paying for college.

SCHOLARSHIPS

The information for the following scholarships has been placed in a folder beside the scholarship bulletin board beside the high school office and links have been emailed to the seniors:

 

1) East Texas Credit Union Presidential Scholarship (#1) (All Majors), deadline March 1, 2022.

2) East Texas Credit Union McLauchlin Scholarship (#2) (Education Majors), deadline March 1, 2022.

3) Student Scholarships.org (15), different deadlines for each scholarship.

Counselor Contact Information

 

If our students or parents would like to contact a counselor, please email them at counselor@cayugaisd.com

Family Resources

Suicide Wallet Card

Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Dyslexia Handbook

Click the link above for a copy of the handbook.

Talking Book Program for Dyslexia

Students determined, on the basis of dyslexia screening or reading instrument results to have dyslexia or a related disorder, or to be at risk for dyslexia or other reading difficulties, have access to the Talking Book Program (TBP) maintained by the Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

 

The TBP allows students with reading disabilities to borrow audiobooks free of charge. Over 100,000 titles are available, including hundreds of titles in Spanish. Use the link below to open the TBP site.

 

Talking Book Program

Reading by Design

Reading by Design Overview