Crockett’s College and Career Center is located in Room 151, and is home to a bank of computers solely reserved for students preparing for college. The CCC exists to help all students with their post-secondary plans, including students who are pursuing higher education, military careers, or direct entrance to the workforce. The CCC works closely with community and technical colleges, four-year universities, Austin-area employers, and military recruiters to help students create and reach post-high school goals. To further assist students, we partner with several non-profit, college-access organizations including: Breakthrough Austin, Educational Talent Search, College Forward, Con Mi Madre, and Austin Partners in Education. The College and Career Center is under the direction of Michelle Kailey Snyder, M.A. You can contact Mrs. Kailey Snyder at firstname.lastname@example.org or 512-414-0460 (Google Voice 512.937.3460).
The College and Career Center provides students educations on and assistance with the following:
- College Applications
- Testing (ACT/SAT/TSI)
- Financial Aid
- Military Recruitment
- Athletic Recruitment
- Recommendation Letters
- College Housing
- College Research
- Job Applications
- Practice Interviews
- College Transition
Stay connected with what is happening in the College and Career Center using Naviance. Naviance is an online program used by AISD which helps students succeed with preparing for, finding, and applying for colleges and scholarships. Any upcoming college recruitment presentations or campus field trips will also be posted in Naviance.
Username: student ID# (without the ‘s’)
Password: 6-digit birthday
Or, Follow us on Twitter @CrockettCCC for scholarship listings, student shout outs, and college updates!
For more details on dates and deadlines, please visit: Crockett HS CCC
Since March 2011, Crockett High School has been ranked #1 in Austin and all of Central Texas for the number of seniors who have applied to college using the Apply Texas Application.
- The Crockett library offers many college exploration, readiness, and test prep books in electronic versions. To access the Follett Electronic Bookshelf, go to: http://www.wbb17655.follettshelf.com. Log in: Student1 Password: Crockett1. You can access these books from anywhere with internet access - including your phone!
- Want to prepare for your ACT? Check out www.number2.com. This is a free resource with practice questions to help students get ready for standardized college entrance exams.
- Looking for online test prep for the SAT? Visit khanacademy.org. SAT recently partnered with Khan Academy to provide free customized test prep for students. create your free account and check it out!
Michelle Kailey Snyder, College and Career Counselor
ph. 512-414-0460 (Google Voice 512.937.3460)