Admissions Readiness - seeks to ensure that all Fort Bend ISD students are prepared to enter the postsecondary training or career of their choice. To support all students to succeed in college entrance exams, we administer the PSAT to all high school sophomores and juniors and provide other test prep opportunities. Each high school in FBISD has a College and Career Resource Center, staffed by an advisor to assist all students in their college and career discovery and application process to connect them to their future dreams.
- Maintain a high grade point average and class rank.
- Take the PSAT seriously and use My College QuickStart to help prepare for the SAT and ACT.
- See your College & Career Resource Advisor to register for the SAT or ACT and for test prep opportunities.
- Get to know the College & Career Resource Advisor at your high school's College & Career Resource Center. Help is available.
FBISD does not officially endorse any test prep other than Khan Academy (free) through College Board. Some companies listed below charge fees and are provided for information resources only.
Princeton Review - Offers a variety of PSAT/SAT/ACT prep options including one on one tutoring, small classroom instruction, crash course, and more. Program cost ranges from $599 - 6600. http://www.princetonreview.com/
Kaplan - Offers PSAT/SAT/ACT prep courses online and at various locations. Their course cost range from $199- $1000. http://www.kaptest.com/index.jhtml
Free Rice - Practice for the SAT and donate rice to the World Food Programme at the same time. http://freerice.com/#/sat/1521396
Number2 - Free online SAT and ACT prep https://www.number2.com/
Grockit - SAT practice that's fun. https://grockit.com/login?redirect=%2Fsat
ACT practice and additional resources http://www.actstudent.org/testprep/
Collegeboard SAT - SAT Practice Questions, Question of the Day, and additional resources http://sat.collegeboard.org/practice
Founded more than one hundred years ago as a way to protect student-athletes, the NCAA continues to implement that principle with increased emphasis on both athletics and academic excellence. The NCAA is made up of three membership classifications that are known as Divisions I, II and III. Each division creates its own rules governing personnel, amateurism, recruiting, eligibility, benefits, financial aid, and playing and practice seasons – consistent with the overall governing principles of the Association. Every program must affiliate its core program with one of the three divisions.
In the NAIA, a dedication to leadership development is balanced with sports accomplishment. A trailblazer in providing equal opportunity for all student-athletes. An expectation of ethical behavior, fairness in competition, access to athletic scholarship, sportsmanship and leadership development. At the core of all of this — character. NAIA is typically used with smaller, independent colleges/universities.