• If you are experiencing a crisis, call the Crisis Help Line at 988 or emergency services at 911.


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  • About 988

    988 offers 24/7 access to trained crisis counselors who can help people experiencing mental health-related distress. That could be:

    • Thoughts of suicide
    • Mental health or substance use crisis, or
    • Any other kind of emotion distress

    People can call or text 988 or chat 988lifeline.org for themselves or if they are worried about a loved one who may need crisis support.

    988 serves as a universal entry point so that no matter where you live in the United States, you can reach a trained crisis counselor who can help.

    988 Information


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  • 2023-2024 School Year 

    New links were just added to the Resources page. Check it out!

    If you are looking for TSI practice, click here

    **Check out scholarship opportunites in your Google Class of page .**


    Texas A&M is offering a Paths Program to certification as a Direct Support Professional, a Paraprofessional, or a Child Care Professional.  Visit them to find out more about this exciting program.

    Interested in a career in nursing? Check out the Patty Hanks School of Nursing in a consortium with McMurry and Hardin-Simmons Universities. Click here to visit them on the web.

    If you are interested in a career in the dental field, Dr. Barberee, DDS in Stephenville has an excellent opportunity. Visit the Dental Career Center of Stephenville's homepage to find out more.

    Here's a scholarship opportunity for those entering a career or technical training program. Find all of the information about this program here

    • Need help planning for college and deciding which college to attend? What about paying for college and filling out the FAFSA? Check out Big Future to answer your questions about college planning.

    BIG CHANGES ARE COMING TO THE FAFSA! Check out this webpage for more information.


    Don't forget to fill out your FAFSA! 

    Check out the trending topics on the Federal Student Aid's website for FAFSA help.



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    • Access Career OneStop to search through numerous other scholarship opportunities.
    • If you need to request a transcript, fill out the transcript request form and turn it in.
    • Great news! We can now offer the TSIA test at CHS! See Mrs. Sowell if you would like to take the TSIA test for college entrance.
    • Curious what you should be doing every year of high school to prepare for college? Check out these checklists to help guide you.
    • Make sure to check out the Resources page to find additional information.


    College Entrance Testing Information


    Find out how to prepare for the ACT using this guide. The ACT now offers a free online practice for the test. Sign up and get started here. Check out the test dates and deadlines here.


    Practice for the SAT by completing these steps. Go here to see the test dates and deadlines for this test and register here.


    Prior to taking the TSIA2 test, create an account and complete the Pre-Assessment Activity.

    The TSIA2 Perspective Learning Resources is a free tool that provides hundreds of learning exercises to help strengthen students’ knowledge.

    Download and practice with  free TSIA2 sample test questions, essay prompts, and review additional resources.



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  • If you think that you or someone you care about is facing a life-threatening emergency, including a threat of injury to himself or someone else, call 911 immediately. 

    If it is not a life threatening emergency, please call 1-800-458-7788

    We will help you determine and understand your problem and assist you in finding the right plan of care. For information about services, assessments or if you are in crisis, call (toll free) 1-800-458-7788 any time, day or night.


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  • Coleman High School has partnered with Texas College Bridge to enable students to earn a TSIA exemption. Information about the program is below:

    Texas College Bridge is a personalized, self-paced college math and English readiness program powered by EdReady. High school students who successfully complete the Texas College Bridge program earn a TSIA (Texas Success Initiative Assessment) exemption that is accepted at nearly 90 partnering colleges and universities across the state. The exemption allows students to immediately enroll in credit-bearing courses without having to take a high-stakes placement test.

  • Students who graduate two or more semesters before their class receive a two-semester scholarship, equivalent to the amount of the TEXAS grant, to a participating university. Students who graduate one semester early receive a one-semester scholarship to a participating university. Students may also be eligible for additional financial aid at most of these institutions. Get the details here.

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  • Check out the Resources page.

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  • Here are some important dates for seniors. 

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  • Jackie Sowell

    Coleman High School Counselor


    325-625-2156 Ext 203