counselors work closely with students, parents, teachers
& administrators on personal growth and issues of concern
that face students on a daily basis."
to the Plano Senior High School Counseling Center
Attention 11th grade students: If you have requested to take a Dual Enrollment course next fall, please know registration and payment must be made by May 26th. To assist you with the enrollment process and completing your application, a representative from Collin College will be here at Plano Senior High in Room A101 on Monday, March 27th from 8:00 am until 4:45 pm. If you have not yet completed your Collin College application, please stop by anytime on the 27th in order to be able to register and pay for the course you need prior to the deadline.
2017 Spring Testing Schedule
Click to view the Spring Testing Schedule
NAVIANCE - College Application Procedures
Click to view the Application Instructions
Click to view the College 101 Slides
Click to view the Naviance Overview Video for 12th Graders
Click to view the Naviance Overview Video for 11th Graders
The Blue Packet is online! Print,
sign and return the blue packet to your counselor at least 3 weeks prior (due to the increase for recommendation letters) to the date you wish to have it submitted. Don't forget to also print the teacher report for each of your 5 selected teachers.
Academic Conference Guide
Video: Introduction to the Academic Conference for juniors and their parents
Hours & Phone
Location: The Counseling Center is located in the
northern end of Building B's East Hallway.
||8:00 AM-4:30 PM
The Center is closed on School Holidays.
Phone Number: (469)752-9315
Plano, fulfilling students' needs are the first concern
of the counselors and staff at the Counseling Center.
Acting as an on-campus guardian, Plano's counselors provide
a multitude of helpful services including enrolling new
students, counseling students on class selections, and
most of all, guiding students to their fullest potential.
Our counselors also provide comprehensive information
and advice on future decisions including college admissions,
financial aid and careers.
In addition, counselors work closely with students, parents,
teachers and administrators on personal growth and issues
of concern that face students on a daily basis.