Class of 2024

  • Senior Calendar Update

    This is an updated Senior Calendar for the Spring Semester.  Please review as it has important dates like:

    • Graduation – Monday, May 20th

    Click here for the Graduation Newsletter. 

    Final Exams and Senior Events

    Senior Week is right around the corner. This remind contains important information in regard to Senior Semester Exams, Senior Exam Exemptions and Senior Week. Please be sure to read and review this information and its attachments.

    Seniors will be able to start applying for exemptions using the Semester Exam Exemption Tile in MyKaty Cloud on Friday, May 3rd. Seniors will be able to apply for exemptions until the tile closes on Wednesday, May 8th at 11:59pm. Please make sure you are clear of all fines, fees and holds -this includes new IDs, Temp IDs, parking fees, course fees, book holds, library holds, etc.

    Some items to note for Senior Exam Week:

    • Seniors will follow the regular bell schedule the week of May 13th – May 16th.
    • Seniors may EXEMPT ALL final exams, if eligible.
    • Seniors will take their final exam during their regular class period (47 minutes).
      • For example: Monday, May 13th is the 1st, 6th, and 7th period exam so they will take their exams during 1st, 6th, and 7th period.
    • Even if a student is EXEMPT from taking the exam they must still attend that class period.
    • Once the student has taken their exam or exempted their exam, they must still attend that class the rest of the week.
    • If a student is not present, they will be marked absent.

    Students taking AP Exams: Students enrolled in an AP course AND sit for the AP exam for that course may elect to exempt the final exam in the Spring semester regardless of their semester course average.

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    Seniors will not graduate if one of these is not followed.

    In accordance with Texas Education Code Section 28.0256, seniors graduating in 2022 and thereafter must complete and submit, and show proof of submission, a free application for federal student aid (FAFSA) or a Texas application for state financial aid (TAFSA).  

    Seniors who choose to opt out must complete one of the following options:  

    1. The student’s parent or other person standing in parental relation submits a signed form indicating that the parent or other person authorizes the student to decline to complete and submit the financial aid application;  
    2. The student signs and submits the TEA opt-out form on the student’s own behalf if the student is 18 years of age or older or the student’s disabilities of minority have been removed for general purposes under Chapter 31 (Removal of Disabilities of Minority), Family Code; or  
    3. The school counselor authorizes the student to decline to complete and submit the financial aid application for good cause, as determined by the school counselor.  
    4. If you plan on not completing FAFSA/TAFSA are hyperlinked here, just click on the blue link. TEA Opt-out form:  Opt Out Form (English) Opt Out Form (Spanish)    

    Your instructions from our College and Career Facilitator, Mr. Mabry is that you email him proof that it was completed (, using Schoolinks which shows under finances tab then college financing, or via hard copy to him in the main counselor’s office.

    This must be completed NO later than April 15th, 2024.

    FAFSA Application:  FAFSA Application Information 


    This year parents and students can stay plugged into important grade level events through Remind. This will be your student's source for class information for the duration of his/her time at Cinco Ranch High School. To get plugged in, please do the following: 

    text @crhs-2024 to 81010​ 

    Student ID's

    Safety is a priority here at CRHS. The expectation is that all students have their picture Student ID on when they enter the building and the entire day. Early Release students need to keep their ID on until they exit the building for the day.  As it is very important for students to wear their picture ID, we are enforcing a new procedure regarding Temp IDs.

    • If a student does not have their Student ID when they come to school, students need to go to the nearest AP office to get a Temp ID before 1st period begins.  Beginning the 3rd week of the school year, students will be allowed to receive 5 free Temp IDs in a six-week period, no matter what time of the day they get the ID.
    • Once a student has used their 5 free Temp IDs, the cost will be $1.00 for every Temp ID issued after five regardless of the time of day.  When a student reaches 10 Temp IDs issued in a six-week period, they will receive a 1 hour after-school detention for failure to comply with the district policy.
    • If you have lost your pictured Student ID and need a new one printed, please go to any AP office and request a new one.  The cost for a new picture ID is $5.00.
    • Students must wear their ID above the waist, and it must be visible.  Students may no longer attach the ID to their backpack. Failure to comply will result in a consequence.


    Discipline for Tardies:

    • 1 - 3 Tardies =         No consequence
    • 4 - 6 Tardies =         1 hour after school detention (ASD)
    • 7 - 9 Tardies =         2 hours after school detention (ASD)
    • 10 - 12 Tardies =     3 hours after school detention (ASD)
    • 13+ Tardies  =         a level 3 offense (3.26) Persistent Level 2 offenses which will result In-School-Suspension (ISS)
    • 8 or more tardies in six weeks for a class will result in an "N" in conduct. This will cause a loss of exemptions for that class.
    • 10 or more tardies for a class in a semester will result in loss of exemptions. 
    • Tardies reset each 6 weeks

    Senior Class Shirts

    Senior class shirts are for sale in the Senior Office – Room 2228.

    You can pay with CASH or by CHECK made payable to CRHS.

    New Shirt Design - $20 (Sizes S – 2XL)

    Old Shirt Design - $5 (Sizes Small and Medium only)

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Contact Us

  • Jeremy Stahl, Assistant Principal
    Kelly Moore, Secretary
    Phone: (281) 237.7076
    Office: Room 2228