Campus Phone: 832-223-5000

Staff

 

Mrs. Kacy Warren
Counselor, Last Names A-Ck
kacy.warren@lcisd.org

Mrs. Christy Tucker
Counselor, Last Names Cl-Hig
ctucker@lcisd.org

Ms. Karla White
Counselor, Last Names Hil-Min
karla.white@lcisd.org

Mrs. Charlene Wright 
Counselor, Last Names Mio-Rod
charlene.wright@lcisd.org

Mrs. Wendy Howe 
Counselor, Last Names Roe-Z
Wendy.howe@lcisd.org

Mrs. Kimberly Parker
Administrative Assistant
kimberly.parker@lcisd.org





Follow us on Twitter!

Course Selection Information


All course selection information for Fulshear students can be found here.

College Credit Options in High School

Dual Credit Enrollment Process

Dual Credit Counselor:
Mrs. Kacy Warren
kacy.warren@lcisd.org


CFHS Full DC Packet for Fall 2019
CFHS Dual Credit for Fall 2019

Highlights from the LCISD Secondary Course Catalog

Schedule Changes

Schedule change requests will be considered during the first 4 days of the school year for the following reasons:
* Student is a senior not scheduled in a course needed for graduation
* Student has already earned credit for a course in which he/she is currently scheduled
* Student does not have prerequisite(s) for a class on his/her schedule
* Student has previously failed a course with the same teacher
* Student has been dismissed from a program where approval must be granted for placement
* Data error (no lunch, class listed twice, free period, etc.)

Course Level Changes

To be considered for a level change from an Academic, PreAP, or AP course, the student must have made a sincere effort to succeed by attending tutorials, completing his/her work and conferencing with his/her teacher.  A parent conference with the teacher is recommended before a level change request is made.  Course level changes will be considered through the first grading (six weeks) period plus one week for each course that offers a different level of the same course.

The grade a student has in a PreAP/AP course will follow them to the Academic level course as is, no grade weighting applied.  

If a student participates in a UIL activity, please weigh this decision carefully as the grades transferred from a dropped class can impact their eligibility if made after the end of the first four school weeks.

Grade Classification

Freshman:  0-5.0 credits
Sophomore:  5.5-11.5 credits
Junior:  12.0-18.5 credits
Senior:  19+ credits

Grading System

Three 6 week grades average together for 80% of the semester grade and the semester exam counts as 20% of the semester grade.

A = 90-100
B = 80-89
C = 70-79
F = 69 and below
I = Incomplete
# = No credit due to excessive absences

Grade Point Average

Weighted Numerical Grade Point Average (will not appear on transcript, only for rank)
For purposes of CLASS RANK, a numerical multiplier will be given as follows to calculate a student's GPA:

AP Courses = 1.3
Dual/PreAP = 1.2
Academic = 1.1
Leveled Academic = 1.0

To calculate GPA for class rank, multiple each semester grade by the relevant multiplier above.  Divide the total points earned by the total number of semesters for the Numerical GPA.


5.0 Scale Grade Point Average (this one will appear on the transcript)
Calculation of students' official class rank is governed by Policy EIC (Local).  For the purposes of COLLEGE AND SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS, high schools will calculate GPA using the below 4.0 weighted scale:

  100-90  89-80  79-70 
AP Courses 
Dual/Select Articulated  4.75  3.75  2.75 
PreAP 4.50  3.50  2.50 
Academic 4.25  3.25  2.25 
Leveled Academic

 

STAAR EOC Exams Required for Graduation

Students must take and pass the following exams to graduate.  Some exceptions apply (ex. students coming from out of state/country).  Please see your counselors with questions

Algebra 1
Biology
English 1
English 2
US History




Helpful Links

 

Testing Information - Here you will find information on the STAAR End of Course graduation exams, PSAT, ACT, SAT and AP testing offered in high school.

Graduation/Course Information - This link will take you to the district information regarding graduation requirements, along with course and endorsement options offered in LCISD.

Free/Reduced Lunch Application - Beginning the second week in August, parents are encouraged to completed the free/reduced lunch application to determine their eligibility for the 2016-2017 school year.  Questions regarding this process should be directed to the Food Service Department at (832) 223-0184.   Please keep in mind that there are additional benefits that come with qualifying including free SAT/ACT exams and college application fee waivers.

Family Access - This program gives parents and students the ability to track grades and attendance from your own computer/phone.  We recommend students log in to this system AT LEAST once a week to make sure they stay on top of all work in their classes.

www.khanacademy.org - Khan Academy offers FREE tutoring for English, Math, Science, and Social Studies courses.  They also provide free test prep for the SAT test (which should be taken by everyone in the spring of their junior year).

www.actstudent.org - Register for the ACT test here (spring of junior year)

www.collegeboard.org - Register for the SAT test, check PSAT/AP/SAT results, conduct college/scholarship searches....the list goes on and on!  Save your log-in information because you will need it all throughout high school.  If you have not yet created an account, now is the time to do so!



Mental Health Support

Katy Area Provider List of Therapists, Psychologists, and Psychiatrists - Because we are a bit removed from the rest of Fort Bend, here is a list of resources up in our area for our students to use for mental health services as well.

Fort Bend Mental Health Directory - a list of available mental health resources in Fort Bend County put together by Mental Health America of Fort Bend County (MHAFBC).  More information and resources can be found on their website at www.mhafbc.org.  An additional resource through Access Health is available to address mental health concerns as well (English flyer here, Spanish flyer here).

Bullying and Child Safety - LCISD information on what constitutes bullying and how to report this to school personnel.



​MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

LCISD HOPE Line 832-223-4673 24/7 Crisis Line

Mental Health America Finding Help - https://mhanational.org/finding-help

National Crisis Text Line - https://www.crisistextline.org/

National Alliance On Mental Illness  -https://www.nami.org/Home

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services -https://www.samhsa.gov/

7 Cups Emotional Support -https://www.7cups.com/

Houston Galveston Institute ( HGI) - http://www.talkhgi.org/ Main line: 713-526-8390

Backup: 346-291-0969

 

Catholic Charities - https://catholiccharities.org/coronavirus/

 

Texana -https://www.texanacenter.com/ Offering services over the phone 

  • Sugar Land Office: 281-276-4400
  • Rosenberg Office: 281-342-6384

Individuals can also call the Crisis Helpline at 1-800-633-5686 

 

211 Texas/United Way HELPLINE 

Texas/United Way HELPLINE is available 24/7 to connect individuals with local community resources such as financial assistance for utilities or rent and food pantries, housing assistance, crisis counseling, utility payment assistance, and senior services. Texans can dial 211 or (877) 541-7905 and select option 6 to get information and referrals to COVID-19 social services, including testing, community clinics, unemployment benefits and more. Families can call 211 HELPLINE for an up-to-date listing or visit the website at www.211texas.org 

 

Fort Bend County Women’s Shelter -  281-342-4357

 

Veterans Crisis Hotline 

Connect with the Veterans Crisis Line to reach caring, qualified responders with the Department of Veterans Affairs.  Call 1-800-273- 8255, text 838255, or visit online.  Support for the deaf or hard of hearing call 1-800-799- 4889. 

 

The Trevor Project 

The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning (LGBTQ) young people under 25. If you are a young person in crisis, feeling suicidal, or in need of a safe and judgment-free place to talk, call the TrevorLifeline now at 1-866-488- 7386, text START to 678678, or visit online.  

 

There are two mental health app directories users can consult to find a mental health app, namely the NHS Apps Library and PsyberGuide in partnership with Anxiety and Depression Association of America.  The NHS Apps Library lists apps that have been “approved” following assessment using a number of criteria including effectiveness, security and technical stability. PsyberGuide includes ratings based on “credibility, user experience and expert review,” and a credibility score that “represents the strength of the scientific research support for the app itself, and the therapeutic interventions the app provides.” 

A few anxiety and stress apps with a credibility score of four out of five or higher include This Way UpBrain HQHeadspaceWoebotGood Days AheadCogniFitCalmMood Mission and SanvelloPTSD Coach from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs also has good quality evidence to support its effectiveness. 

According to Dr. John Torous, who leads  the APA’s workgroup on the evaluation of smartphone apps, the top evidence-based mental health apps are: IntelliCareBreathe2RelaxCBT-i CoachDBSA Wellness TrackerVirtual Hope Box, and Medisafe. Five well known teletherapy apps that offer connections to a licensed therapist are AbleToBetterhelpOnline-TherapyTalkspace and 7-Cups.

 

 

*Resources are either free or work on a sliding scale and do not turn down people based on ability to pay