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Frenship High School


Julie Pratt
Advanced Academics & Counseling Coordinator
Frenship Independent School District 
806.866.9541 ext. 1289
The information given during our annual Dual Credit Student/Parent meetings will be presented virtually this year.  All students interested in taking Dual Credit for the 2021-2022 school year and their parents will need to watch the video and then fill out the acknowledgement form at the end.  At this time we are still preparing the video, so we will  send out notifications as soon as it is available for viewing.  Please check back on this webpage for information and instructions.



College Board is hosting their first-ever series of virtual college fairs called Big Future Days There will be four regional events; the first one will be held on Saturday, February 6th.  Students can attend on any date, or all of the dates, if you choose to.  We would like to encourage all current sophomores and juniors to sign up.  Connect directly with college admissions representatives and current college students, have the opportunity to explore colleges in a way that is not overwhelming, ask questions about topics you want to learn about, and take action on key college planning steps.  Click on the link above for more information and to register.


Dual Credit Students - If you have been accepted into ASU's dual credit program (even if you aren't currently taking a dual credit course), then you are enrolled in a special course titled "Preparing for College". 

The modules covered within the course include:

  • Finding your future career and college major
  • College cost and financing
  • Scholarship applications and essays
  • Preparing for academic success
  • Degree plans, course planning, and advising
  • Residential life (living on and off campus)
  • Finding part-time jobs and internships
  • Get involved and connected
  • Apply to ASU
  • Learn more about ASU

The modules include a variety of videos, reading materials, and assessments on each topic. Through the course, students are also provided access to great learning tools including YouScience and GradReady.

Every dual credit student will be automatically enrolled in the Blackboard course in early December. Students should have received an email (sent to their ASU email address) on December 7th from either "Blackboard CourseSites" or "CourseSites".  This email contains the link to the course and sign up instructions. The course will not show on your ASU transcript. The course is self-paced and allows the student to take the modules in the order they prefer. Grades are not given and most assignments are just done to show “completion.”

 This course is completely voluntary, but contains a lot of useful information that could help you in your future endeavors.  Please consider taking advantage of this wonderful opportunity provided to you by ASU. Keep in mind that the course will be over on January 25th (when ASU classes begin for the spring).

If you need help with log in credentials, contact any dual credit teacher, or Ms. Bradley in the counseling suite.





          Sign up for our Dual Credit and/or AP Remind                   This is the best way to get updates quickly about your Dual Credit and AP courses.

    Dual Credit Remind

  AP Remind


Spring 2021 TSIA2 for 10th-12th Grade Students
Wednesday, January 27th at 4:15 pm
Tuesday, February 2nd at 4:15 pm
Wednesday, February 17th at 4:15 pm
Wednesday, March 10th at 4:15 pm
Tuesday, March 23rd at 4:15 pm
Wednesday, April 14th at 4:15 pm
Tuesday, April 20th at 4:15 pm
Wednesday, May 12th at 4:15 pm
*Wednesday, May 19th at 9:30 am (Blue Day Exams)
*Thursday, May 20th at 9:30 am (Gold Day Exams)
Tuesday, May 25th at 9:30 am
Wednesday, May 26th at 9:30 am
Thursday, May 27th at 9:30 am
*Must be exempt from all exams on this day to test
Exciting Scholarship News from Angelo State University!
Seniors, if you are interested in attending Angelo State University in the fall of 2021, this news is for you.
10% more students are receiving the Carr Academic Scholarship for Fall 2021 than previous years.


Our Carr Academic Scholarship criteria reflects our new test-optional admissions process, which increases opportunities for students.


  • This year 71% of admitted students have been awarded a Carr Academic Scholarship
  • 60% of the students awarded a Carr Academic Scholarship this year qualified based on their GPA & rank.
  • If you submit test scores, we will review your academic record with and without scores and award the higher Carr Academic Scholarship award!

 ASU’s commitment of assisting students in graduating with little or no debt begins with rewarding their academic excellence in high school. 40% of our students graduate with little or no debt.

When students complete this short form, we will pre-qualify them for their award. Students already admitted for Fall 2021 do not need to complete the form.

Questions?  Contact our ASU Admissions Counselor, Heather Crawford at or Book a Virtual Appointment with Me


AP 2020-2021

Check on our Advanced Placement (AP) page for complete details.

STEP 1:  Registration though your College Board account should have been completed by now.  Contact your AP teacher ASAP to get your class join code if you have not done this.


STEP 2:  Payment for your AP Exams will be done exclusively through your MySchoolBucks account this year to limit contact.  The payment deadline has passed.  Students risk an additional $40.00 late fee if this step is not completed as soon as possible.  Free/Reduced lunch students still need to register through MySchoolBucks, but there will be no charge for your exam(s).

Please contact Paula Bradley at with any questions.

Dual Credit 2021-2022
Application for Dual Credit for Fall 2021 (2021-2022 School Year)
***This application will open on March 1st.***
  • Only students NEW TO DUAL CREDIT (have never been accepted for admission to ASU) need to apply.
  • A few days after your application is submitted, you will be sent an email (sent to the address you used on your application) with a link to the Dual Credit Agreement Form.  You and your parent will complete this form electronically and submit it directly to ASU.
  • See your counselor or Ms. Bradley for more details.