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Dickinson High School CollegE and career center
College and Career Center Counselor
College Connections Advisor- COM
TSI Score Report Tips:
Took the SAT with a Fee Waiver:
4 free college application fee waivers are in your college board account once your scores are available.
Forgot to get a fee waiver, but qualify for a fee waiver:
Access the NACAC fee waiver form and have it signed by your counselor.
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Official Transcript Request Instructions:
SAT Fee Waiver:
You're eligible for fee waivers if you say "yes" to any of the following:
Go to D101 to get a fee waiver before registering
GET 4 FREE SAT SCORE SENDS:
Accessing TSI Score Report Tips:
ACT Fee Waiver:
Meet one or more of the indicators of economic need listed below:
• Enrolled in a federal free or reduced-price lunch program at school,
based on US Department of Agriculture (USDA) income levels (see table).
• Enrolled in a program for the economically disadvantaged (for example,
a federally funded program such as GEAR UP or Upward Bound).
Note: If the student participates in a program, but is not economically
disadvantaged, they are not eligible for a fee waiver.
• Resides in a foster home, is a ward of the state, or is homeless.
• Family receives low-income public assistance or lives in federally
subsidized public housing.
• Family’s total annual income is at or below USDA levels for free or
reduced-price lunches on the USDA Food and Nutrition Service website.
Instructions for Scholarship section of Naviance:
Dual Credit Registration Guide
Dickinson High School 2020-2021 School Year
What is Dual Credit?
Dual Credit is a program that allows high school students to enroll in college classes for credit prior to high school graduation that can be applied towards high school and college graduation. The college credits can be transferred to other colleges or universities.
Steps to Enroll in Dual Credit
Payments accepted via online COM account or at COM Administration/Enrollment Center.
*Due to class/instructor availability and possible governing board amendments, the chart above is subject to change.
Questions? Visit the College and Career Center (D101), Call 281-229-6429 or email firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
10th, 11th, or 12th
PHYS 1403, *MATH 1314
OR ENGL 2323
PHYS 1403, *MATH 1324
Writing MC- ≥340 & Essay-4
Writing MC-<340 & ABED- ≥4 & Essay- 5
Writing MC- ≥340
Writing MC-<340, ABED- ≥4, & Essay- 5
Math TSI Score
*MATH 1314- 350
*MATH 1324- 350
Waiver (TSI will be waived until successful completion of Dual Credit coursework)
English 2- 4000
*Algebra 1-4000 with passing grade in Algebra 2
Students applying to Collegiate for next school year and have NOT turned in a completed application yet will have the opportunity to turn in their application electronically through the Google form emailed to all eligible student's DISD email. Please make sure all documents are ready in the correct format before beginning the Google form. It does have to be completed in one sitting. Students can edit after submission, but documents cannot be changed. If you have any questions about how to obtain a document, follow the instructions below. Further questions can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline is May 1 at 3:00pm
See below for update to Vaccination record requirement.
Collegiate High School
Collegiate High School (CHS) helps students earn an associate degree while simultaneously completing a high school diploma. Students save time and money on higher education. College of the Mainland (COM) waives 40 percent of tuition and fees for CHS students.
CHS is an exciting place for responsible, mature teens who are ready for the academic challenge of college-level courses. Students entering this program are considered college students. High school procedures will not be followed in the college classes and college professors follow their own grading and attendance procedures. Professors do not send progress reports and other parental notifications home. Students must be mature and self-motivated to be successful.
Must PASS All Semester 1 Courses
Must have 2 Positive teacher recommendations
Must pass Reading (351), Writing (340/4) and have Econ 23XX eligible math score (342)
Must meet 90% attendance for semester 1
Must be higher than a 3.0
Must have passed ALL STAAR EOCs and Pass future EOCs to remain
At least 342 to be considered, but recommended to meet college level math score of 350
PSAT/ NMSQT Scores
EBRW- 460, Math- 510
EBRW- 480, Math- 510
English- 19, Math- 19
English 2- 4000, Algebra 1-4000 with passing grade in Algebra 2
* Due to possible governing board amendments, the chart above is subject to change.
Test Scores need to be saved as PDF with the file name format:
Last name, First name (DHS ID #)- TSI, PSAT, SAT, and/or ACT
Last name, First name (DHS ID #)- STAAR
The personal essay need to saved as Google Doc, Word, or PDF with the file format name:
Last name, First name (DHS ID #)- Essay
The heading of the document should include your Last name, First name, DHS ID #, and COM ID #
The transcript should have the file name format: Last Name, First Name (DHS ID #)- Transcript
Meningitis Record should be saved with the file name format:
Last name, First name (DHS ID #)- Vaccination
Free or Reduced Lunch Eligibility Letter should be saved as PDF with the file name format:
Last name, First name (DHS ID #)- Eligibility Letter
Complete Application Checklist
CHS Paper Application
COM ApplyTexas Application
High School Transcript
TSI scores (or exemption scores)
Immunization Record with current Meningitis Vaccination
Recommendation Forms distributed
Free Lunch letter from Food and Nutrition Department if qualified
Latest State Assessment Score Report
Questions? Visit the College and Career Center in D101, Call 281-229-6429, or email email@example.com
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