Round Rock ISD is hosting a Future Readiness Parent Seminar entitled “How to earn college credit in high school” for parents with their 8th – 12th graders on Wednesday, November 14, 2018 from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm at the RRISD Tool Box at Round Rock High School at 700 N. Lake Creek Drive.
Pre-registration is required. Seminar fee: $10.00 per family, per seminar. Fees collected are donated to student scholarships.
Understanding the most appropriate educational pathway for your student can be overwhelming. Learn about the different programs that offer students the opportunity to earn college credit during high school. These rigorous programs can provide financial benefits and give your student a post-secondary academic advantage. Find out more about college readiness assessments (PSAT/SAT/ACT), which are required for college admission and explore resources to help your student do their best.
Fee: $10 per family. REGISTER
Audience: Parents/Guardians with their student(s) grades 8-10
Presenter(s): Michelle Swain, director, Round Rock ISD Gifted and Advanced Academic Services
Michelle Swain is an advocate for the District’s diverse student base of advanced learners. In her role, Swain oversees the gifted and talented (TAG), advanced placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), dual credit, UT OnRamps dual enrollment, Texas Virtual School Network, the College Board SAT Suite of Assessments, Duke Talent Search, Enrichment, and examination for acceleration programs. Swain has been in public education for 25 years.
The Future Readiness Parent Seminars are made available by Round Rock ISD Community Education and inspired by frequently requested information from our student’s parents/guardians. Future Readiness Parent Seminars provide valuable information focused on the needs of students as they move through their academic careers and help guide parents and guardians as they consider the important choices that make students future ready.