Welcome to Advanced Academics!
This is where you will find resources for Advanced Placement (Pre-AP and AP), AVID, Gifted and Talented, test prep (SAT and ACT) and college prep.
Mrs. Guinhawa-Ho, Advanced Academics Facilitator, is located in Central Office, room 161C. She may also be reached at Willette.Guinhawa-Ho@aliefisd.net or 281-988-3110 ext. 27065.
Automatic College Admission
Students who graduate with a grade point average in the top of their high school graduating class may be eligible for certain privileges when applying to college.
In accordance with Texas Education Code (TEC), §51.803, a student is eligible for automatic admission to a Texas college or university as an undergraduate student if the applicant earned a grade point average in the top 10 percent of the student's high school graduating class, or the top 7 percent of eligible 2018 summer/fall freshman applicants for admission to the University of Texas at Austin, and the applicant:
(1) Successfully completed the requirements for the Recommended High School Program (RHSP) or the Distinguished Achievement Program (DAP);
(2) Earned the distinguished level of achievement under the Foundation High School Program; or
(3) Satisfied ACT's College Readiness Benchmarks on the ACT assessment or earned on the SAT assessment a score of at least 1,500 out of 2,400 or the equivalent.
For more information regarding Texas' Uniform Admission Policy, click here.
Path to College & Career
Are you interested in improving your college readiness tests (PSAT, SAT, ACT). What about college? Do you know what is needed to apply to colleges?
If you will be an 11th or 12th grade student next year and would like to improve your PSAT, SAT and/or your ACT scores, this is the course for you! In addition, you will also work on your college applications, including those dreaded essays, FAFSA, and scholarship applications. This is the course that really helps you get in to college! See your counselor about this course.
Are you struggling in any of your Advanced Academics classes? Do you feel that attending tutorials with your teachers just isn't enough? Or do you have questions while doing homework at night or on the weekends, and there is no one available to help? Advanced Academics might have the solution for you. See Mrs. Guinhawa-Ho (161C) for more information.10 Things Parents Flyer