Graduation Toolkit

Graduation_Toolkit_2020 English.pdf

Graduation_Toolkit_2020_Spanish Website.pdf

CTE Pathways

CTE Pathways.pdf

Schedule Changes:

Click HERE to submit a schedule change request.

Counselor's Corner

The counselors and support staff at Pampa High School are here to help your student successfully traverse through their high school years and prepare them for life after high school. Counselors are focused on enhancing academic achievement while helping students facing diverse challenges cope with obstacles.

Support staff are here to assist parents, students, counselors, and school staff with registration, transcripts, report cards, and information about post secondary education. Our goal is to provide the best possible services for both students and parents. We believe in the importance of each student as an individual and are committed to providing quality guidance services.

Counselor's Google Classroom

For access to the Counselor's Google Classroom, please click on the link below. Parents and students can join the classroom. The Counselor's will be sending important information out through the Google Classroom.


October 2020

Clipart Of Puzzle Pieces

Your Counselors Are Here To

Help Put The Pieces Together!

Brittany Stark
Brittany Stark

Counselor, A-L


(806) 669-4800

  • Freshmen-Senior, Last Names A-L
  • Master Scheduling
  • Dual Credit, CC Liason
  • Senior Certification, A-L
  • RTI Students, A-L
  • College Night/Career Fair
  • PSAT/ACT/PACT/ASVAB/ AP testing, Testing Coordinator
  • At-Risk Students
  • Personal Graduation Plans
  • Odyssey and ACI, A-L
  • Awards Assembly
  • Special Ed. Students, A-L
  • 504 Students, A-L
  • Grief and Crisis Counseling, A-L
  • Social/Emotional Counseling, A-L
  • Individual/Group Counseling, A-L
  • College/Career Planning, A-L
  • TSI Proctor
  • CTE/Endorsements
  • Pre-Enrollment 9-12th
  • Pre-Enrollment 8th Grade Contact

photo coming soon

Kate Devoll

Counselor, M-Z

(806) 669-4800

  • Freshmen-Senior, Last Names M-Z
  • At-Risk Students, M-Z
  • RTI Students, M-Z
  • Personal Graduation Plans, M-Z
  • 504 Students, M-Z
  • Special Ed. Students, M-Z
  • Pre-Enrollment, 9-12th
  • Master Scheduling
  • ACI/Odyssey, M-Z
  • Senior Certifications, M-Z
  • Freshman Orientation
  • Grief and Crisis Counseling, M-Z
  • College and Career Planning, M-Z
  • Social/Emotional Counseling
  • Individual/Group Counseling, M-Z


Suzanne Pingel


Safe & Drug-Free Schools


(806) 669-4800

Social Services

  • District-wide Social Worker
  • District Homeless Liaison
  • District Foster Care Liaison
  • RTI - 9th thru 12th
  • Pregnancy - 9th thru 12th
  • Bullying Educator
  • PLC Liaison
  • DAEP Life Skills Educator
  • SADD Advisor
  • District Mentoring Liaison
  • Suicide Prevention Educator
  • Clothes Closet Organizer
  • School Supplies Contact
  • Community Outreach
  • Snack-Pak Coordinator

Daly Mendoza

Daly Mendoza

College Career Military Readiness Coordinator


(806) 669-4800

  • TSI Proctor 9 - 12th
  • FAFSA Application and Workshops
  • PHS Educational Career Fair
  • College Search Assistance and Tours Organizer
  • College Recruiters Contact
  • College and Scholarship Applications (Apply Texas)
  • Student Internships
  • Test Prep
  • ACT/SAT Registration
  • ASVAB Proctor
  • Post-Secondary Success
  • Career Interest Inventory (Kuder)

coming soon

JoLinda Childress



  • Master Scheduling
  • Enrolling/Withdrawing Students
  • Transcripts
  • Grades
  • Progress Reports
  • Class Rankings
  • GPA Calculations
  • PEIMS Data Clerk


Kathy Gomez

Administrative Assistant



(806) 669-4800

  • Enrollment/Withdrawal
  • College Night
  • Scholarships
  • Scholarship Assembly Chairperson
  • Awards Assembly Chairperson
  • Pre-enrollment
  • Homework Contact For Absent Students

Dual Credit:

Pampa High School offers dual credit classes to students in grades 9-12 through Clarendon College.  Students must do the following steps below in order to take dual credit classes.  

  • Enroll in dual credit classes with counselors at PHS.  Registering for classes at PHS does not automatically register you for classes at Clarendon.  Students must fill out the online application and fill out the required registration forms. 
  • Take and pass the TSI (Texas Success Initiative).  This is a college entrance exam that students must pass before they can take classes at Clarendon.  They must pass reading, writing and math depending on what classes they have enrolled for.  The TSI does not need to be taken if the student is registering for welding or cosmetology classes.  Due to Covid 19, students will still be able to register for classes without taking the TSI this year.  Students will be required to take the TSI sometime during the fall semester.  We will also offer a TSI boot camp and testing days during the summer.  
  • Apply online for dual credit on Clarendon College website.  This must only be done the first time students take dual credit.  Students will not have to fill out the online application again.
  • Students will then fill out the registration forms with the PHS Counselors.  Mrs. Stark will send these forms to Clarendon College along with a transcript and TSI scores.  The registration forms will need to be filled out each semester.  Due to Covid 19 , registration forms were filled out by the counseling office this year.  Students will not need to fill these out for the fall semester.  
  • Dual Credit courses cost around $150 per semester for online classes.  If the class is a Science class with a lab, then it will cost around $550 each semester.  Students can earn 3 hours for a regular class and 4 hours for a class that includes a lab.   Welding and Cosmetology classes will cost more.  Students who take Cosmetology will be required to purchase a kit.  This kit cost around $1200.  For exact prices please contact Clarendon College at 806-874-4849.
  • Students will earn high school credit and college credit if they pass the course.  Dual credit classes are weighted on a 5.0 scale.  
  • The Pampa Foundation does pay the tuition for students who qualify for free/reduced lunches.  The Pampa Foundation will not pay for books, cosmetology kit, or other supplemental materials.  Please fill out the form on the link below if you think you may be eligible for free/reduced lunches.
  • Payment must be made each semester.  Parents or students can make payment online or in person at the Pampa campus.  PHS will not accept payment for dual credit classes.  A reminder will be sent home that payment is due. 
  • If a student fails a dual credit class with Clarendon, then they will fail the class with PHS.  This failing grade will go on their transcript and will be calculated into their GPA. They will be required to take that class again the following year in order to earn the credit back.  A student will also not be allowed to take another dual credit course until they pass the course they failed.  Parents please make sure you are checking with your students to make sure they are passing their classes.  
  •   We have had many students earn their Associate's Degree before graduating high school.  In order for a student to earn their Associate's Degree they must complete 62 hours.  Students will not be able to earn their Associate's Degree by only taking dual credit classes through the high school.  A student must also take classes during the summer or mini sessions.  An advisor at Clarendon College can help your student come up with a plan to graduate with an Associate's Degree. 
  • Please pay attention to all the dates regarding start date, payment, and drop date.  These dates are all available on their website. 
  • For more questions about dual credit, please reach out to your School Counselor at PHS, or contact Clarendon College.    We would be happy to answer all your questions. 

Advanced Placement:

Class is weighted on a 5.0 scale.

Class is free to take and the school pays for the test if the teacher has approved them to take the test. If the teacher has not approved them to take the test, the student can choose to take it but will be responsible for paying for the test.

Students will take an AP test at the end of the year per teacher approval and could earn college credit if they make a 3, 4, or 5 on the test. 

The college the student attends will award credit based on their score.  College credit is not always guaranteed. 


The TSI Assessment (TSIA) is part of the Texas Success Initiative program designed to help your college or university determine if you are ready for college-level course work in the areas of reading, writing, and mathematics. If you are an incoming college student in Texas, you are required to take the TSI Assessment - unless you are already exempt - to determine your readiness for college-level work. Based on how you perform, you may either be enrolled in a college-level course and/or be placed in the appropriate developmental course or intervention to improve your skills and prepare you for success in college-level courses.  For more information, visit College for all Texans at the link below.,reading%2C%20writing%2C%20and%20mathematics.


The Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) is a multiple choice test that measures skills that are important for success in college- critical reading, math problem solving and writing. The test is also the qualifier for the National Merit Scholarship.  This exam is given to 10th and 11th graders who are enrolled in PAP, AP, or dual credit courses. 


This exam is given during the 10th grade year to all students. 

  • Early practice for the ACT test with flexible test administration dates – test on your schedule
  • PreACT score and predicted ACT score ranges align to the ACT 1–36 scale
  • Students may opt to share their information with colleges and scholarship agencies
  • ACT Interest Inventory results provide students with a personalized view of interests with college and career alignment
  • Valuable results provide actionable insights to help educators, parents and students make important decisions for the future
  • Rapid reporting turnaround within 2-4 weeks of receipt of answer documents allows for early and effective planning to ensure students can attain the future and career success they envision


The ACT and SAT are college entrance exams that students must take in order to be accepted into a 4 year private or public university.  If a student is planning on attending a community college, this exam is not required.  The TSI is still required at a community college.  PHS offers  the ACT in October, February, April, and June.  The SAT is offered on our campus in August and December.  Below are the links to the 2020-2021 testing dates for ACT and SAT.   You will also be able to register for the exams on these links.  You can also receive one ACT and SAT fee waiver per school year if you qualify for free/reduced lunches.  Please fill out the form on the link below if you think you may be eligible for free/reduced lunches.




 This exam is used by the military as an entrance test, but, more importantly, the test is also a tool for the students. The ASVAB allows the students to analyze their own abilities and strengths in order to plan their educational and occupational futures. The results will help the students to learn more about themselves and the world of employment while pointing them toward future jobs in line with their interests and skills. Parents can choose to restrict the results from being released to the military. Letters explaining the ASVAB test were sent to the address on file and can be returned with a parent’s signature to keep the student’s scores from being released. However, even if the military receives the data, the student is under no obligation to join any branch of the military! Seniors are encouraged to do their best work on the ASVAB in order to gain accurate direction for their future. After approximately two to three weeks, an ASVAB representative will meet with the seniors to explain the testing results and help them understand how to use the data to plan their future. 

Other Resources:

PHS Counseling Page:

Big Future:

Graduation Toolkit:

Explore Careers:

College For All Texans:

11th Grade Checklist:

12th Grade Checklist:

Financial Aid:

Scholarship Search:

Please contact your School Counselor for more information about college and career planning.  We are happy to assist you! 


November 2020

February 2021


Helpful Financial Aide Information

Navigating the process of figuring out how to finance a college education can be confusing and overwhelming. Before embarking on an application for federal student aid, it's a good idea to learn as much as possible about financial aid. The following terms will help you understand the world of college grants, loans, and scholarships. Many terms apply to general accounting and loans as well.


September 2020

October 2020

November 2020

December 2020

January 2021

February 2021

March 2021

April 2021



PHS scholarship application

Deanna Polasik Application

Rotary Application

Pampa News PHS application

PCTA Application

PTFCU Application

Proman (Pampa) Scholarship Application

Travis Application

Transcript Requests

  • There is a $1 charge for each copy of transcript.
  • Requests for transcripts require a 24-hour notice. A request form is located in the Counselor's Office at the high school.
  • Written requests can be mailed to the high school at the following address:
    Pampa High School Attention: Registrar 111 E. Harvester Pampa, TX 79065
  • Be sure to include $1 for each copy of transcript you are requesting!
    You may also order online by clicking the button below:
Request My Transcript

ACT Testing Dates: 2019-2020

Register at

Test Date

Registration Deadline

Late Registration Deadline

Estimated Score Release

June 8, 2019

May 3, 2019

May 4-20, 2019

June 18-August 2, 2019

July 13, 2019

June 14, 2019

June 15-24, 2019

July 23-August 26, 2019

September 14, 2019

August 16, 2019

August 17-30, 2019

September 24-November 8, 2019

October 26, 2019

September 20, 2019

September 21-October 4, 2019

November 12, 2019-January 2, 2020

December 14, 2019

November 8, 2019

November 9-22, 2019

December 24, 2019- February 7, 2020

February 8, 2020

January 10, 2020

January 11-17, 2020

February 18-April 3, 2020

April 4, 2020

February 28, 2020

February 29-March 13, 2020

April 14-June 5, 2020

June 13, 2020

May 8, 2020

May 9-22, 2020

June 23-August 10, 2020

July 18, 2020*

June 19, 2020

June 20-26, 2020

July 28-September 4, 2020



SAT Testing Dates:

Register at


SAT Test Date

Registration Deadline

Late Registration Deadline*

SAT Scores Release Date*

SAT Essay Scores Release Date*

August 24, 2019

July 24, 2019

August 11, 2019

September 16, 2019

September 18, 2019

October 5, 2019

September 5, 2019

September 23, 2019

October 18-24, 2019

October 29, 2019

November 2, 2019

October 2, 2019

October 20, 2019

November 15-21, 2019

November 26, 2019

December 7, 2019

November 7, 2019

November 25, 2019

December 20-26, 2019

December 31, 2019

March 14, 2020

February 13, 2020

February 24, 2020

March 27-31, 2020

April 5, 2020

May 2, 2020

April 2, 2020

April 20, 2020

May 15-21, 2020

May 26, 2020

June 6, 2020

May 6, 2020

May 23, 2020

July 15, 2020

July 15, 2020

Counseling/RTI Referral link