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Grape Creek ISD has been notified of its distinction as being named the "Best of San Angelo" school for 2019. Only one school is recognized per year in this category and the school must be nominated in order to win. Congratulations to the hard-working staff, administrators and students who deserve this award!
Are you 62 or older and attend Grape Creek sports? If so, you are eligible for a Gold Card that will serve as a free pass to all sporting events in the District. These passes are not honored at out-of-town events. You can pick up your free card at the Grape Creek Administration office, 8207 US Hwy 87 North during regular business hours.
A student is not required by state law (Texas Education Code, Section 28.025) to successfully complete Algebra II as a requirement for high school graduation. However, there are potential consequences to a student who does not successfully complete an Algebra II course. A student is eligible for automatic admission to a Texas public college or university as an undergraduate student if the student earned a grade point average in the top 10 percent of the student's high school graduating class or in the percentage of qualified applicants that are anticipated to be offered admission to The University of Texas at Austin*, and the applicant— • successfully completed the requirements for the distinguished level of achievement under the foundation high school program at a public high school; or • satisfied ACT's College Readiness Benchmarks on the ACT assessment or earned on the SAT assessment a score of at least 1,500 out of 2,400 or the equivalent. A student may not earn the distinguished level of achievement or be eligible for automatic admission to a Texas public college or university as an undergraduate student if the student does not successfully complete high school Algebra II. There are several state financial aid programs available for certain Texas public high school students. Certain state financial aid programs include curriculum requirements that should be considered when planning a student’s high school career to ensure eligibility for financial aid under one of these programs. Please note that this is not a complete list of requirements and additional eligibility requirements apply. A full list of requirements is available through the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board’s (THECB) financial aid webpage. Click on the links below for more information.
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