2775 Bobcat Blvd, Trophy Club, Texas 76262
817-698-5707 phone, 817-698-5708 fax
We are here to serve!
Students that took the ACT on September 30th should have
received their results today (10/27/14). Some of you are having trouble linking your
results with your online account. Some students have never set up an online
account and will need to do so in order to send the ACT scores to colleges.
Please call ACT at 319-337-1270 and they will assist in
helping you get your scores into the proper account. You will need to have your
results in hand when you call as they will require some information from the
G-Force is coming!!
Every Thursday, beginning 9/25/14, from 10:00-2:00 in the Go Center!
G-Force is a registered student organization at UNT with defined roles established by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board as part of the College for Texans Campaign. UNT G-Force Mentors develop and supervise Go Centers in 12 different high schools around the North Texas Region. Various teams of these mentors make weekly visits to the high schools and provide college enrollment guidance and support, academic tutoring, and mentoring. They make classroom and assembly presentations, attend parent meetings and workshops, and work one-on-one with 9th-12th grade students. The students are taught how to enroll in the college or university of their choice, apply for scholarships, financial aid, and housing.
If you are interested in meeting with the G-Force team, please submit this online request. G-Force Request
Students, if you need to request to meet with your counselor or you have a question for them then go to
Having a hard time keeping up with all the events going on with the BNHS Counseling department? New this year, you can sign up to get reminder texts from the BNHS counselors. They will include reminders about upcoming events and deadlines. You can sign up by texting @bnhsco to 682.237.8297
National Mix It Up at Lunch Day- Tuesday,
October 28th, 2014: Byron Nelson will be participating in
National Mix It Up at Lunch Day on October 28th during each lunch
period. National Mix It Up at Lunch Day is a national campaign launched
by Teaching Tolerance over a decade ago. It encourages students to
identify, question and cross social boundaries. We encouraging students
to move out of their comfort zones and connect with someone new over
lunch. It’s a simple act with profound implications. Studies have shown
that interactions across group lines can help reduce prejudice. When students
interact with those who are different from them, biases and misperceptions can
fall away. We look forward to our first annual National Mix It Up at
Lunch Day at Byron Nelson and hope you will help make this a success!
10/29/14 9:30 am in the Lecture Hall
Coffee with the Counselors:
Parents are invited to join the counselors for coffee and a light breakfast. This will be a general informational meeting covering a variety of topics, with a Q&A session to follow. Additional meetings covering more specific topics will be held throughout the year.
Lunch Time Workshops: The next one will be 10/29/14 covering Scholarship searches
The tentative dates and topics are listed on the following link. We may add additional dates and topics depending on student feedback. Students will need to sign up in the counseling office and to receive a pass. These sessions will be the last 20 minutes of a student’s lunch. Workshop dates and topics
Check out the Counselor's Calendar for other dates of upcoming events. You can also print a copy of the Counselor Flyer with workshop dates and times along with other resources: Counselor Flyer
Watch your emails for the bi-monthly counselor newsletter that lists upcoming events, grade specific announcements and highlights other important information.
If you missed the newsletter in your email then you can find it here.
In partnership with families, community, and staff, the BNHS Counseling Team believes all students have the ability to reach their academic, personal, and career goals. By working together, we build bridges to success for all students.