6th Grade – Becky Parker
7th Grade – Kristina Brown
8th Grade –
Registrar - Tonya Brickey
2020-2021 Course Verification Information:
We hope this message finds you safe and healthy. Since school is not in session at the moment, we will be completing the course verification process online. We have streamlined the process to make this as simple as possible.
Course requests for the 2020-2021 school year will be turned on in HAC (Home Access Center) on Wednesday, April 1st, at 8:00 AM.
The directions to find the course requests are linked below.
Need to speak to your counselor?
Request to speak with your SLJH counselor here: https://forms.gle/kfQXhW89J4gLXGcZ9
Course selection related information or presentation:
New Student Information
Katy Summer Academic Term
The link to learn about registering for high school summer school courses is coming soon.
Latest and Greatest Counseling News
Katy Connect Hotline
National TEEN LINE Teens Helping Teens
National Suicide Prevention Hotline
Legacy Parent Academy
Starting September, Katy Independent School District will launch an initiative created to equip all parents with tools to provide additional support to their children. It is called Legacy Parent Academy. In it, parents will hear from experts on topics that impact students and schools district-wide such as financial aid for college, mental health resources, and bullying.
"Legacy Parent Academy is a new initiative designed as part of the District's Strategic Plan Goal 8, which focuses on supporting the emotional well-being of all learners," said Director of Counseling Services Christy Maeker. "This is a great opportunity to provide parents with information and strategies to assist their children," added Maeker.
Legacy Parent Academy sessions are supplemental to campus-based programs and initiatives. The topics of each session were selected based on the need expressed by parents and in response to concerns the District sees on campuses and the community. Katy ISD looks forward to working with local media partners to promote and cover these sessions, which can be found on the district's Legacy Parent Academy website. There are a total of 11 Legacy Parent Academy sessions planned for the 2018-19 school year. Five sessions will focus on social-emotional learning topics and six will focus on academic topics.
Mental Health Awareness Month
Link for more information.
Katy Summer School Academic Term
Open Registration (On Campus): Dates TBD in Spring 2019
Incoming 9th Grade Students can register for the following courses
Health World Geography
Professional Communications World Geography – Pre AP
PE: Foundations of Personal Fitness IPC
PE: Individual & Team Sports
Registration and detailed information such as attendance, bus service, etc. can be found in the Registrar/Counselor office, Front Office, or at Katy Summer School
Students will register for summer courses through an online application at
Katy Summer School
Once a student is accepted and enrolled in the summer course, they will receive an email confirmation. Registration for the Original Credit courses is on a first come, first serve basis. Once a course has met the maximum seat count, students may only register to be on a wait list. Students that have been placed on the wait list will not be guaranteed a seat in the class.
The most efficient payment method for tuition is through My Payments Plus. Your registration form will have the complete instructions for online payments through My Payments Plus.
During the campus registration period (April 4 – May 11), course fees can be paid by CREDIT CARD through the MY PAYMENTS PLUS student account. If you are not wanting to pay online, please bring your email confirmation to the Registrar's office with CASH, a CASHIER CHECK or MONEY ORDER payable to Katy ISD.
Course fees will not be available for payment until the student has received their email confirmation.
Payment is due by Friday, May 18th for students that register during the campus registration period. All courses that have not been paid by May 18th are subject to being dropped without notification.
Miller Career & Technology Center Open House
8th graders and 8th grade Parents ,
Would you like to learn more about MCTC? Please plan to attend an informational Open House in the Spring. Click on this link for more details:
Gifted and Talented Program- Screening
Students who have not already been screened this school year and wish to be screened for G/T classes for the 2019-2020 school year can pick up a
Parent Checklist from the counseling office beginning Nov. 1st. Once your parents have completed and signed the form, return it to the counseling office.
To download form click on:
Secondary Parent Checklist
If you are already in some G/T classes and wish to add more for next year, pick up a
Request for Additional Screening from the counseling office, and return the completed, signed form to the counseling office.
Questions? E-mail G/T Facilitator, firstname.lastname@example.org
FORT BEND COUNTY COLLEGE NIGHTS!!!
Meet representatives from Ivy League schools, in and out of state public/private institutions, junior and community colleges, military academies, scholarship foundations, and much more! These events are sponsored by Fort Bend ISD, Lamar CISD, Katy ISD, Stafford MSD, and Needville ISD in an effort to encourage our students to pursue post-secondary college and career options.
Katy ISD Safety Net System
The Safety Net is a provision for KISD students or parents to anonymously report or notify school officials of incidents or actions that may pose danger to individuals or the school. The Safety Net begins with the use of a form that is completed and placed in a Safety Net box. Each school has more than one Safety Net box. The Safety Net boxes are placed in strategic locations that afford students to deposit forms without being in the midst of others. The form states the problem and does not have to be signed. School counselors and administrators are responsible for checking the boxes and facilitating follow-up to the tip.
Click on this link to access:
Safety Net Form
Small group counseling is designed to be preventative and developmental. Being a part of a group is an excellent way for students to learn new skills, develop self-confidence, become more aware of how others see them, practice new behaviors, and better understand how to deal with the many problems life presents. Throughout the year we will be offering groups based on the needs that we see at SLJH. If you believe your student would benefit from participating in a small group or have questions about groups, please contact your student’s counselor via email or phone 281-234-2133.
Need to Drop a PreAP Course?
For students taking a PreAP course who decide that they would like to drop the course because of difficulty or time constraints, you will now need to meet the PreAP Course Commitment Requirements. The student will need to complete the “Petition for PreAP/AP Course Exit” form and all of its requirements including, having a parent/teacher conference, attending tutorials, and completing all assignments for the class. More information about the PreAP Course Commitment can be found on the Katy ISD website.
PreAP Course Commitment PDF
Click here to access the
PreAP drop form.
Gifted and Talented Department Information
If you have questions about the Gifted and Talented Program, please email GT Facilitator, Roxane Roach, email@example.com