• COLLEGE CAREER MILITARY READINESS – College and Career Readiness. – Taylor  High School   

    CCMR: College, Career, and Military Readiness

    College Career and Military Readiness(CCMR) emphasizes the importance of all students from Kindergarten to12th grade having systematic exposure to a wide variety of careers that are available and that match students' passions and interests.  In elementary school, students will explore different careers. In middle school and high school, students will narrow down their career aspirations and select a pathway or endorsement that will provide them with a sequence of courses to prepare them for their future career and college major.

    An integral part of the Humble ISD Counseling program is postsecondary planning.  Counselors serve as a source of information on career exploration and planning, as well as the college admissions process.  Counselors provide numerous resources on scholarships, college visits, college financial aid, testing, internships, summer enrichment opportunities and volunteer work.  Partner with your counselor and access Naviance to begin this journey of exploration, research and discovery. The CCMR goal is for students to graduate high school prepared for a college, career, or military path of their choice and empowered to be competent, productive members of society. 

    Counselors provide assistance with just about anything related to plans for life after high school, including:

    • Career exploration
    • Course planning and advising
    • College admission requirements
    • Dual Credit requirements and enrollment
    • College application assistance
    • NCAA Scholarship information/assistance
    • Career information and exploration
    • Financial Aid information/assistance
    • Resume and Essay Writing
    • Advanced Placement testing information
    • ACT/SAT prep information and resources
    • College Readiness information ACT/SAT/TSI
    • College testing registration and fee waivers


    CCMR Accountability

    The Texas Education Agency(TEA) has defined a set of indicators that students can earn to be considered college, career or military ready.

    Readiness indicators are achieved by:

    • Meet the criteria of 3 on AP examinations or 4 on IB examinations
    • Meet TSI criteria via SAT, ACT, TSI-A, or College Prep Courses in ELA and Math
    • Complete a dual credit course (9hours in any subject or 3 hours ELA/Math)
    • Earn an associate degree
    • Complete an OnRamps course
    • Earn a Level I or Level II certificate
    • Earn an industry-based certificate (IBC)
    • Complete a program of study in CTE
    • Graduate with completed IEP and workforce readiness
    • Enlist in one of the armed forces


    College Readiness Assessments
    Humble ISD continues to move forward with our vision of personalizing student success by providing access to college readiness assessments.  Humble ISD remains committed to providing every opportunity for our students to be successful in their postsecondary pursuits.  Additionally, Humble ISD provides FREE test prep for all high school students through the Shmoop platform
    Fall Semester
    • The district will offer and pay for the PSAT/NMSQT for 10th and 11th grade students who elect to opt-in to take the exam.  Please complete the online registration form to opt in by the deadline. 

    Spring Semester

    • Students in the 8th, 9th, and 10th grade will take the PreACT exam
    • Students in the 11th grade will take the ACT and have the opportunity to opt-in to take the SAT exam.