TCC Virtual FAFSA & TASFA Workshop Week: November 16th - 21st
Tarrant County College’s Northeast Office of Student Financial Aid Services invites you to join us for our Fall 2020 Financial Aid Workshop Week! Our financial aid workshops start with a general overview of the financial aid application process, including information about federal and state aid. Current and potential college students and their families are invited to stick around after each presentation to start or complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Workshop is free but you need to register. Click on flyer for link to register!
A parent/guardian requesting to change learning platforms may do so no later than the Friday of the fifth week of each six weeks grading period.
If you would like to change your learning platform for the next grading period, please fill out this form.
The following students should complete this form:
· You are currently signed up for online learning, but you want to do face-to-face
· You are currently signed up for face-to-face learning, but you want to do online
PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL ONLY BE CHANGED AT THE BEGINNING OF THE SIX WEEKS.
The cutoff date to change for each grading period is listed below:
2nd Six Weeks: Friday, Sept. 18 (new schedule begins Sept. 29)
3rd Six Weeks: Friday, Oct. 30 (new schedule begins Nov. 10)
4th Six Weeks: Friday, Dec. 11 (new schedule begins Jan. 5)
5th Six Weeks: Friday, Feb. 5 (new schedule begins Feb. 17)
6th Six Weeks: Friday, March 26 (new schedule begins April 5)
Online learners: Please do not return to the campus until you have been contacted by your counselor.
Face-to-face learners: Please do not stop coming to school until you have been contacted by your counselor.
Senior Class of 2021 and Alumni Class of 2020: Request Transcripts through Parchment
You may now request official transcripts be sent to colleges and universities through a service called Parchment. You can go directly to the parchment website by clicking here or the title above.
Parchment - Official Transcripts
Current Students--Class of 2021
- First 3 transcripts are free of charge. Additional transcripts are $3 per transcript
- $5 per transcript
2019 Alumni and before must request transcripts through RevTrak at https://birdvilleisd.revtrak.net/Transcripts
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Text the following code to 415-319-9018
Class of 2020- 878334
Class of 2021- 856042
Class of 2022- 912463
Class of 2023- 816392
Text the following code to 415-965-2608
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BISD has launched a scholarship website. Students can view general scholarships as well as scholarships specific to RHS students only. Scholarships for 9th-12th are available. Check it out!
*Note- the district is still working to load scholarships, so check back often!
All guidance lessons/parent night presentations can be found on the main counselor page under "Presentation Archive"
Richland High SchoolProfessional School Counselors & Crisis Intervention CounselorsThe Richland High School Student Services Team's mission is to engage and encourage students every day through meaningful work in guidance, crisis, and career counseling in a safe and caring environment. Our intent is to lead students on a path toward academic, career and personal/social excellence.We believe that student success is the result of a collaborative effort among school, parents, and community. Providing ongoing, open, and effective communication among RHS students, parents/families, administration, staff and community is a commitment of RHS Counselors.When RHS students and parents/families have any question or concern, information and assistance is available by contacting the student's counselor or another member of the Student Services Team. RHS Counselors are eager to assist students and parents/families on their path to excellence.