• College and Career Readiness 

    The College and Career Readiness Program in Georgetown ISD is designed to aid students and parents as they prepare for all aspects of the post-secondary experience. Georgetown ISD is committed to helping students become successful, critical-thinkers, competent, and caring individuals through real-world experience, guidance, and leadership.  It's never too soon to start thinking about your college and career path. Below you will find resources to help you begin what may be the most exciting and important journey of your life!

    GISD College and Career Advisors:

    Campus             College and Career Advisor  E-mail  Phone Number
    Georgetown HS  Mccutchen, Sam  mccutchens@georgetownisd.org  512-943-5000 x7085
     East View HS Heckroth, Michele  heckrothm@georgetownisd.org  512-943-5000 x8022
     

  • Naviance Family Connection 

    Georgetown ISD is pleased to introduce Naviance Family Connection, a web-based service designed especially for students and parents. Naviance Family Connection is a college and success planning tool designed to help students plan their college search, investigate careers, communicate with their school counselors, and stay on top of tasks and assignments related to their learning plan and college application process. 

    Getting Started on Naviance

    • Students and Parents can sign on to Naviance Family Connection using the school links below.
    • Students and Parents will always use their student’s GISD user name and password.
    • Students will always use their GISD email address when communicating with Naviance because this is their primary communication tool with colleges and universities. 
  • ENDORSEMENTS

    Students entering high school 2014-15 or thereafter must earn a minimum of 26 credits. The Foundation Plus Endorsement High School Program (FEHSP) offers students the opportunity to earn an endorsement. The endorsement offers a student the ability to earn a total of 26 total credits (a combination of core requirements, local requirements and endorsement electives) in a targeted area of study for high school graduation.

    Which endorsement is best for your future career? The Texas Workforce Commission can help you pick!

    Here, you can learn about the five major endorsement areas of the Foundation Graduation Program—and which jobs they lead to.

    For each endorsement, you'll learn:

    • The types of jobs you can get—including some you've never heard of

    • What to study after high school and/or in college

    • How much money you can expect to make!

    And of course, you'll learn which courses to take now—in high school—to complete each endorsement.

    Click the images below to download the endorsement brochure.

    Arts and Humanities                 Business and Industry             Multi-Disciplinary

    Arts and Humanities      Business and Industry       Multi-Disciplinary

      Public Service                                           STEM

    Public Service              STEM

                                                           

    College and Career Readiness Link Library:

     
Last Modified on February 9, 2018