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Important Information

Junior Conference Sign-Ups​​​

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2022-23 Course Selection Information

Click H​ere for the Course Selection Website


Junior Parent Night 2022 Presentation

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​Dual Credit Courses (via HCC)

Dual Credit information night was Wednesday, January 26th.



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Your counselor needs at least 21 working days (not counting weekends and holidays) advanced notice to write a Recommendation Letter! Pick up a Personal Data Sheet and Counselor Checklist in the Counselors' Office, or print one off (tab to the right under College Applications and Other Information ). This is your first step in obtaining a letter of recommendation. 

All seniors applying for college should be aware of these important dates:

  • December 1st deadline for applications and letters of recommendation is Thursday, October 25th.
  • January 1st deadlines for applications and letters of recommendation are Thursday, November 11th.

Please notify the Counselor's Office of all scholarships received by sending us a copy of the award letter.  This information is needed whether the scholarship is accepted or not.

In addition to the scholarship bulletin, please check individual college websites for school-specific scholarships. Check back often on this website and with colleges. The University of Texas and Texas A&M have early deadlines for their freshman scholarships, so check their websites!​



​Seven Lakes College and Career Facilitator

Please welcome Mrs. Devan Young, our new College and Career Facilitator!

Mrs. Young may be reached at:  or 281-237-3754.


​Requesting to Exit a KAP/AP Course

Students may petition to exit a KAP or AP course to go into the academic-equivalent at the end of a marking period (report card). For the second six weeks, these petitions will be available in the counseling office and are due by Friday, November 12th. Petitions may only be submitted by students if they have a grade between 70-75 and meet the exit criteria. Teachers must sign and indicate if all criteria have been met.

Students are responsible for taking their signed petitions to their grade level AP office to get their signature after getting their parent and teacher to sign. 


Question about Katy Virtual School, please email or visit the website:


UPDATED transcripts will be available Sept. 1st!  Check HAC (Home Access Center) to view it.  You can also order a new transcript through Scrib Order at


If you need a Verification of Enrollment (VOE), please fill out the following form: 




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Phone Numbers


Denise Ward




Email Ward, Denise Contact

Kristina Fisher




Email Ward, Denise Contact

Brooke Baham




Email Ward, Denise Contact

Shannon Petersen




Email Ward, Denise Contact

Janie Bazargani




Email Ward, Denise Contact

Patty Norrell




Email Ward, Denise Contact

Layne Dickens




Email Ward, Denise Con​tact

Counselors' Secretaries




​Stephanie Cox


Email Cox, StephanieContact

​Katherine Shade


Email Cox, StephanieCon​tact​​​



SpeakUP is an anonymous reporting system that enables Katy ISD students, parents, and community members to anonymously submit safety and well-being tips to help prevent school-related incidents that could cause harm to others.     Click HERE for more information.



Forget your password?  Link to the Password Self-Service Tool -  Click Here

How do I access my Katy ISD email?   How to Access KISD Email.pdf

Additional information about My Katy Cloud- Click Here



Junior Parent Night Information

Junior Parent Night Slide Show – No Voice Over

Junior Parent Night Presentation with Voice Over



Registration opens for Summer 2021, Fall 2021 

and Spring 2022 registration on February 1, 2021 at 7AM. 

Click here for more information



Incoming Freshman Course Selection

Course Selection FAQ's for Incoming Freshmen


9th and 10th Grade Parent Night 

Presentation 2021-22​


Social-Emotional Wellness - Student Support Services

We are making a Coping Skills Toolbox over the next several weeks. The toolbox will be filled with a variety of tools (skills) that can be used to manage emotions in a healthy manner.

Please click the following links for more information:



     Click Here for More Information



Introducing Micro-Scholarships

Looking for Scholarship Opportunities? Check out, a website where you can apply for "micro-scholarships" for up to 237 select colleges and universities in the United States. Students can earn a micro-scholarship for attending college fairs, getting a good grade in a class, or even filling out the FAFSA application. You can start accumulating scholarship awards as early as 9th grade!


Katy ISD Parent Centers

As part of the Title III requirement to provide parent engagement activities that enhance language instruction for English learners, the district provides adult English classes to Katy ISD parents of English learners. Day programs are offered at Parent Centers located at Hayes, Hutsell, Mayde Creek, and Sundown elementary schools. An evening program is provided at Morton Ranch High School. Classes and childcare services for children 18 months through pre-school age are offered at no cost to the parent.

Parent Center enrollment is open throughout the school year. If you have any questions about enrollment please contact  Sharon Malazzo at 281.237.7998 or with questions.

Child Find

* What is Child Find?  -   The process by which districts and public charter schools identify and locate children needing evaluation.  All children birth-21 with disabilities or suspected of having a disability, regardless of the severity, and who are in need of special education and related services, must be identified, located, and evaluated.

* Who can be part of Child Find?  -   Any child age birth-21 with a disability or suspected of having a disability.  Anyone concerned about a child can contact their home campus for additional information and next steps.  Districts are responsible for finding those who are parentally-placed in private schools, children who are homeschooled, and children who are homeless.

* Disabilities & Services  -   If a student qualifies for district special education services, these services are provided at no cost.  Children are evaluated to determine the presence of one or more of the following disabilities:  Physical Disability, Deaf or Hard of Hearing, Visual Impairment, Deaf-Blindness, Intellectual Disability, Emotional Disturbance, Speech and/or Language, Autism, Other Health Impairment.

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