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Stacy LaBruyere

College & Career Coordinator

Room: A1103

Contact Information:

    Email: stacy.labruyere@misd.org

  

Missy Pool

College & Career Secretary

Room: A1103

Contact Information:

Email: michelle.pool@misd.org

 Phone: 936-276-4036

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My name is Stacy LaBruyere and I am the College & Career Coordinator for the district. I graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor's degree. I earned my Master's degree at Sam Houston State University. I also have my principal certification. I have been married for 23 years and have two boys. My oldest son is a MHS Class of 2014 graduate and is currently working on a construction science degree at Texas A&M. My youngest son is a MHS Class of 2018 graduate and is currently dually enrolled with A&M and Blinn in the Engineering Academy and is a student athlete for the Blinn baseball team. I am looking forward to working with our LIONS and mapping out their post-secondary plans.


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My name is Missy Pool and I am the College & Career Secretary for Lake Creek High School. I have lived in Montgomery for 18 years, LOVE it here! My daughter will be a 2023 graduate of Lake Creek. My husband, Terry & I have been married 15 years, and we love to fish & be on the lake! I am looking forward to meeting and working with all our new LIONS!

Click HERE to learn more about College Night which will take place at the Lone Star Convention Center on October 1st.

ASVAB Registration

Do you want to know how your ACT and/or SAT scores size up with Texas Public Universities?  Click here (opens PDF document) to find out.

ACT SAT Test Dates 2018 2019




Not Sure What You Want to Major In...

Click on any of the links below to explore career options, take interest inventories, typical wages, etc...

ASVAB (opens external link in new window)

 

 

College Board: My Road (opens external link in new window)

 

Big Future (opens external link in new window)

 

MyMajors

Do you need to register for the ACT or SAT?  Click on the image below for the test you need.

 

 

Link to ACT website (opens external link in new window)

    

Link to College Board website (opens external link in new window)

Do YOU Need an SAT or ACT Tutor?

ACT/SAT Tutor

Jennifer Henson: Former MHS Teacher

859-380-5000

jenniferchenson@msn.com

ACT/ SAT Tutor

Greg Steinbach: Former College Park Teacher

281-389-0652

SAT Tutor

Rebecca McMurry:Former MHS Teacher

irishskye417@gmail.com

936-230-8846

ACT/SAT Test Prep through

Skype, FaceTime, or Google Docs

TutorKids (opens external link in new window)

The Whitehouse Way (opens external link in new window)

 

Below is a List of Prep Links:

ACT Prep (opens external link in new window)

SAT Prep (opens external link in new window)

PrepFactory (opens external link in new window)

KHAN ACADEMY (opens external link in new window)

PRINCETON REVIEW (opens external link in new window)

MARCH2SUCCESS (opens external link in new window)

PURPLE MATH (opens external link in new window)

COOL MATH (opens external link in new window)

TSI ACADEMY (opens external link in new window)

Lone Star College TSI Prep Links (opens external link in new window)

Have you taken the PSAT? Then, you have a College Board account. Do you want to learn how to link your College Board account to Khan Academy to customize your tutorials? Click here (opens external link in new window) for tutorial.

Are you ready to apply to a Texas Public University? If so, click on Apply Texas. It opens July 1st, 2018 for the Class of 2019!

Link to Apply Texas (opens external link in new window)

 

 

Are you ready to apply to a private university or an out-of-state school? If so, click on The Common Application.

Link to The Common Application (opens external link in new window)

If your specific university is not found on either of the above websites, please go to the specific school's admission website to find out how to apply.  Many small schools have their own built-in application through their admissions website.

PAY ATTENTION TO ALL APPLICATION DEADLINES!

YOU are allowed two excused absences per year, your JUNIOR and SENIOR year for official college visits. Let the institution know you need a document stating that you attended a campus tour. Bring the document back on the day you return and give it to the MHS attendance office.

Not sure what to ask an admission advisor during a visit or tour... Click here (opens PDF document) for a resource.

Your junior year of high school is the year to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center (opens external link in new window), if you are interested in pursuing an athletic scholarship. Click on the image below to take you to the College Bound Student Athlete Guide for 2018-2019. NCAA Student FAQs

NCAA 18-19 Guide (opens PDF document)

Additional Resources: NCAA Division I Academic Requirements (opens PDF document)

                                    NCAA Division II Academic Requirements

Lone Star

Lone Star College offers workforce education associate degrees, certificates, and fast-track certificates. Each program sheet details the pathway from certificate through associate degree and the median wage and alternate position titles for the program area. These program sheets are available in the CCC in room B204. There are 58 different associate degree and certificate options. Click here to learn more about Lone Star College Workforce Programs (opens external link in new window).

 

We have a Lone Star Outreach Admissions Advisor on campus every other Tuesday from 8 A.M. -12 P.M.  to visit with students

Lone Star College Workforce Programs

The ASVAB test will take place at LCHS on November 14th. This test is available for 10th-11th grade students. Registration is open until November 1st. Please check the CCC Calendar for the registration link.

Click here to learn more about the ASVAB test.

ASVAB Study Guide and Practice Test

It is NOT just for military recruitment. We encourage all 10th-12th grade students to take the ASVAB. It is a solid career exploration tool that measures developed abilities and helps predict future academic and occupational success. Score reports are not released to anyone but the student and/or parent. This is a great tool for students who are unsure of what they want to study or major in at the post-secondary level.

  

 

 

 

Advance CTE (opens external link in new window)

Career Technical Education (CTE) is at the forefront of our nation’s efforts to drive America’s success and vitality. It is our commitment to support our members, collaborate with partners and engage policymakers to advance CTE – learning that works for students, for secondary and postsecondary schools, for businesses and industry, and for America.

 

 

 

AutoCoder (opens external link in new window)

O*NET-SOC AutoCoder is an enhanced variant of the O*NET Auto-Coder Beta developed by R.M. Wilson Consulting, Inc. for the US Department of Labor.

 

 

CTE Course Crosswalk (opens PDF document)

TAC Chapter 130. CTE Course Crosswalk comparing course offerings in 2010 to 2017.

 

 

 

Help Wanted Online (opens external link in new window)

This online database is used to search for job postings within different counties and customized timeframes.

 

 

 

 

 

Texas Career Check (opens external link in new window)

Texas Career Checkis an exploration tool built for students to research different Careers and Schools. This system provides an intuitive way to look for information and descriptions on occupations and schools that the student may be interested in. This tool brings together a wealth of information from various sources maintained by different entities.

 

 

 

 

Texas CREWS (opens external link in new window)

The Texas Consumer Resource for Education and Workforce Statistics (Texas CREWS) is an interactive dashboard tool providing comparative information about Texas public 2-year and 4-year postsecondary institutions.

 

 

 

 

Texas Reality Check (opens external link in new window)

It's difficult to predict the future, but it's never too early to start planning for it. Texas Reality Check will show you how much your living expenses will cost, and the amount of money you will need to earn to pay for them.

 

 

 

 

Tracer 2 (opens external link in new window)

The Labor Market & Career Information Department (LMCI) of the Texas Workforce Commission provides statistics and analyses on the dynamics of the Texas labor market and informational products designed to support informed educational and career decisions.


Resume Resources:

ZeeMee (opens external link in new window)

ZeeMee Student Planning Sheet (opens PDF document)

Apply Texas Activity Template for Students (opens PDF document)

Apply Texas Activity Template Top 10 for Students  (opens PDF document)

Apply Texas Resume Template for Students (opens PDF document)

How to Request a Teacher Letter of Recommendation (opens Word document)

Teacher Letter of Recommendation Information Form (opens Word document)

Counselor Recommendation Student Brag Sheet (opens Word document)

Landing Your 1st Job: Sample Cover Letter and Resume (opens PDF document)

 

Tips for Letters of Recommendation:

1. Each school has their own way of submitting LORs. It is the student's responsibility to find out how! Many schools ask for the email addresses of the people you will be requesting letters from. Then, the institution will email each person and give them a link or portal to access and upload the LOR. Some schools allow the new student to upload a LOR directly to their application portal. Others prefer a LOR to be mailed directly to the institution. Please provide all of this information to the person you have asked to write the LOR.

2. It is the student's responsibility to know the deadlines!  Teachers and counselors need 10 school days notice. Do not wait until the last minute and expect someone to write a LOR in a moment's notice! They can say NO! Your lack of planning is not our emergency!


PUBLIC NOTIFICATION OF NONDISCRIMINATION IN CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS. It is the policy of Montgomery ISD not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex or handicap in its vocational programs, services or activities as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended: Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended. Montgomery ISD will take steps to assure the lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in all educational and vocational programs.  For information about your rights or grievance procedures, contact the Title IX Coordinator, Jada Mullins (936) 276-2150 and/or the Special Education/ Section 504 Coordinator, Carolyn Fiaschetti (936)276-2462, 700 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, Montgomery, Texas 77356.

 

Es politica de Montgomery ISD no hacer ningun tipo de discriminacion por raza, color, lugar de origen, sexo o discapacidad, respecto de sus programas, servicios o actividades vocacionales, tal como lo exige el Titulo VI de la Ley de Derechos Civiles de 1964, segun enmienda; el Titulo IX sobre Emmiendas Educativas, de 1972, y la Seccion 504 de la Ley de Rehabilitacion de 1973, segun enmienda. Para mayor informacion sobre sus derechos o los procedimientos para poner una queja, comuniquese con el Coordinador del Titulo IX, Jada Mullins (936) 276-2150 y/o el Educacion Especial/ Coordinador de la Seccion 504, Carolyn Fiaschetti (936) 276-2462, 700 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, Montgomery, Texas 77356.

Our Mission

Montgomery Independent School District, with an unyielding commitment to excellence, will provide a premier academic program that recognizes the unique potential of each student and integrates the intellectual, social, cultural and physical aspects of learning.  This program will empower each student to become an eager lifelong learner committed to academic excellence, integrity, responsible citizenship and service to others.

 

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