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Destination Graduation and Beyond

Whether students are headed for college, the armed forces or directly into the workforce, CCISD provides a practical toolkit of resources and events for future alumni to be prepared for what’s on the other side of the graduation stage.

Clear to College

Clear Creek ISD's Clear to College is an online, self-paced post-secondary planning course in CCISD YOUniversity. Lessons range from guidance on the college entrance essay and admission testing to support through the Common Application and Apply Texas process.

Whether students are headed for college, the armed forces or directly into the workforce, CCISD provides a practical toolkit of resources and events for future alumni to be prepared for what’s on the other side of the graduation stage. The information is shared in CCISD YOUniversity's Clear to College Course. This online, on-demand post-secondary planning course is available for all CCISD high school families.

How to Enroll in Clear to College

  1. Click here to access the Clear to College enrollment page.
  2. Click the Enroll Now button at the top.
  3. Sign in or register.

Once logged in, you'll gain access to all the Clear to College videos, content and resources. Watch the videos and learn at your own pace. Make sure to download handouts when available for future reference.

The course is designed so you an come back as often as needed along your planning journey. To do so, login in and find the Clear to College course in My Dashboard. Click Resume Course to access the content again.

Explore College and Career at CCISD

COM Collegiate High School

College of the Mainland Collegiate High School

It is the mission of the Collegiate High School (CHS) to prepare high school students to earn college credits in order to achieve their goals by providing a rigorous foundation of academic, interpersonal, and work-readiness skills, leading to further education and employment in high demand occupations in the state and global economies.

Through specially designed transitions classes and activities, CHS students are allowed to enroll as full-time college students at the College of the Mainland. With the support of their local high school, students may remain enrolled in their local high school, but complete their school day on the college campus. Students may continue their participation in extracurricular and UIL activities while enjoying the rigors of college academics. Students enrolled in CHS will be required to take the STAAR EOC assessments at their zoned high school campus.

Students and parents should strongly consider that students entering this program will be considered college students and expected to perform accordingly. High school procedures will not be followed in the college classes and college instructors follow their own grading and attendance procedures. Progress reports and other parent notifications will not be sent home from college classes. Students must be mature enough to motivate themselves to be successful in an adult environment.

By optimizing dual credit opportunities, students may complete high school graduation and associate degree requirements simultaneously. Limited space is available for students in CCISD. Students interested in applying should complete an application and turn it into their high school counselor. The District will review all applications from March through April prior to final decisions made by CHS.

For more information and a copy of the application, visit COM Collegiate High School


College Readiness and Entrance Exams

Students are encouraged to take college entrance exams beginning in their junior year. The SAT and ACT are universally accepted college entrance exams for all colleges. Students may take the SAT and ACT as many times as they wish to improve on scores. Colleges will consider the student's highest score. The TSIA2 is another college entrance exam option for students interested in enrolling in public colleges and universities in Texas. The TSIA2 is usually taken during the senior year if TSIA exemption requirements have not been met with an ACT or SAT score. 

Clear Creek ISD Funded Testing and Test Prep Opportunities

Clear Creek ISD is fortunate to be able to provide our students with multiple opportunities to take post-secondary readiness and entrance exams.

  • All 10th grade students have the opportunity to take the PSAT NMSQT in the fall.
  • All 11th grade students have the opportunity to take the SAT in the spring.
  • All seniors have the opportunity to take the TSIA2 in the spring and in the fall for early graduates. 

Clear Creek ISD partners with Methodize to provide FREE college entrance exam prep. Students can access their account in the CCISD Single Sign-in portal.