2775 Bobcat Blvd, Trophy Club, Texas 76262
817-698-5707 phone, 817-698-5708 fax
We are here to serve!
Rock the Street, Wall Street is coming to Byron
Nelson High School in February! Learn about Finance in an “all girls”
program through hands-on learning. Our goal is to help high school girls
find empowerment through financial literacy, so they can rock their personal
budgets, households, communities and careers. Join the over 400 girls who
have already attended our 4 week series of workshops in Middle Tennessee,
Memphis, Chicago, and New York City! Contact Paige Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org for more
information. This program is open to girls in grades 10 and 11.
Students look over the application
checklist and start writing those “What Drives Your Dream” essay.
Applications for this
scholarship are accepted until the closing date February 29th.
Two Byron students will each
receive this $2,000 scholarship.
Attention all Juniors!
All juniors will have the opportunity to take the SAT
free of charge on March 2 during the school day!
G-Force Is Here!
Need help searching through college information or
applying to college? Interesting in seeking out scholarship opportunities
for college? Wondering how to get registered for the SAT or ACT
test? Sign up to visit with college students who will guide you through
the process right here at BNHS in our Counseling Office Go Center! The
college students will be at BNHS from 10 AM – 1:00 PM this Thursday. Pick
your timeslot below.
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
Northwest ISD students joined forces with the
One Voice, One Choice alliance to create a District-wide positive message,
“It’s Up 2 U.” “It’s Up 2 U” serves to remind all of us to be proactive in
preventing suicide, bullying, cyber-bullying, drug use/abuse, violence, and any
self-harm. Tell a trusted adult or submit an online NISD Tip Line (www.nisdtx.org/ealert). Remaining
silent is not the solution. Encourage one another and share what you’re doing
A new resource this year for parents is "Real Talks". The idea of “Real Talks” is to encourage authentic conversation about topics affecting our children and youth. As you see editions of “Real Talks," please make sure you take time to read what’s being discussed at school and how you can add to the discussion as a parent/guardian. “Real Talks” will provide talking points for you to initiate conversations with your kid(s) at home. As the proverb goes, “It takes a village to raise a child.” Northwest ISD, in partnership with you, will strive to facilitate healthy life choices for our students. To take advantage of this resource check out the following link:
NISD College and Career Readiness Website
Northwest ISD has a new webpage that has many great resources for college and career readiness. They have links for resources on SAT, ACT, PSAT
, Financing College
, Transitioning to College
, Career Readiness
, Dual Credit in NISD
, Advance Placement in NISD
and more. To access this resource click on the following link: College and Career Readiness Website
The DARN College
Search Series is a program geared towards high school students in an effort to
help you navigate your college search. The program includes a College 101
presentation for one hour where we will discuss admissions, academics, student
life, housing, financial aid, scholarships and much more. Immediately following
the presentation will be a one hour mini-college fair where you can meet our
Dallas/Fort Worth area representative. For locations and dates check the following flyer. DARN College Summer Series
Check out the Counselor's Calendar for other dates of upcoming events.
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.