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Pilot Point High School

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College For All Texans (Inspiration and Selection)

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HB5 Incoming 9th Grader Presentation from March 11, 2015 for Parents

Financial Aid Presentation by UNT on March 17, 2014


Welcome to the PPHS Counselor's webpage.
We look forward to working with you and your student.  Together, we will ensure that every student has the necessary resources to succeed in high school and in future endeavors. Please send your counselor an email if you have questions or if you would like additional information on a specific topic.

Office hours are 7:45 a.m. - 3:45 p.m. and by appointment. Because our schedules are so varied with presentations, meetings, or conferences, please call for an appointment to assure our availability to meet with you.

The counseling office has resources available to students and parents. We have books, brochures, and information related to careers, scholarships, financial aid, available for your review.

9th and 10th and Student Services Counselor - Lacey Martin        
11th and 12th and College and Careers Counselor- Kevin Moffitt

Academic Guide FOR 2014-2015 (Most Recent)-- Provides course selection information and graduation requirements for Pilot Point High School students in grades 9-12. Provides description of academic, elective, and vocational course offerings at PPHS. Information is subject to change by action of the Board of Trustees of PPISD or the Texas Education Agency.

Bullying and Reporting to the Campus - Bullying occurs when a student or group of students engages in written or verbal expression, expression through electronic methods, or physical conduct against another student on school property, at a school-sponsored or -related activity, or in a district operated vehicle, and the behavior
  • Results in harm to the student or the student's property,
  • Places a student in reasonable fear of physical harm or of damage to the student's property, or
  • Is so severe, persistent, and pervasive that it creates an intimidating, threatening, or abusive educational environment.
This conduct is considered bullying if it exploits an imbalance of power between the student perpetrator(s) and the student victim and if it interferes with a student's education or substantially disrupts the operation of the school. Bullying is prohibited by the district and could include hazing, threats, taunting, teasing, confinement, assault, demands for money, destruction of property, theft of valued possessions, name-calling, rumor-spreading, or ostracism.
In some cases, bullying can occur through electronic methods, called "cyberbullying." If a student believes that he or she has experienced bullying or has witnessed bullying of another student, it is important for the student or parent to notify a teacher, school counselor, principal, or another district employee as soon as possible to obtain assistance and intervention. The administration will investigate any allegations of bullying or other related misconduct.

Text to the following number: 81010 (Where you would put the person's name) with the specific label (where you would put the message) to join the counselor's remind announcements. This way you can receive announcements and reminders about testing, character, college, career, scholarship, events, and deadline reminders. Let us help you remember. The codes are:

For seniors text @bearcats16 to 81010
For juniors text @bearcats17 to 81010
For sophomores text @bearcats18 to 81010
For freshmen text @bearcats19 to 81010

To be recognized as a Texas Scholar, students will be required to:

Graduate from high school having completed the Recommended or Distinguished Program or Foundation High School Program with Endorsement(s) plus Distinguished Level of Achievement, Complete at least two courses while in high school eligible for college credit, which include:
  • Enroll in and pass/earn credit in dual credit/concurrent enrollment college course(s),
  • Pass/Earn credit in Advanced Placement (AP) course(s) and take the corresponding AP exam (the exam score is not part of the requirement, because different colleges and universities have different cut off scores for course credit and the scores for seniors may not be available before graduation),
  • Enroll in and pass/earn credit in CTE course(s) with articulated credit, leading to college credit/post-secondary certification (some ATC courses will satisfy this requirement).

Transcript Requests -- To request an official transcript, please print out the Transcript Request Form (select in left column), complete all required sections, and then return to PPHS office or fax to 940-686-8749.



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