College and Career Exploration
With more than 7,000 postsecondary institutions in the United States, there is a college for YOU!
SCOIR College Management System
Dallas ISD students have access to a new college guidance management system called Scoir (pronounced "score"). Scoir is used to:
- Help you search for colleges and save your top choices
- See the costs associated with each college
- Receive important weekly messages regarding scholarships through Scoir
- Virtual Campus visits.
- Scoir is very user-friendly.
Helping Families Have A Better College Admissions Experience
- Student Profile - Fill out your profile to help your parent/guardian and/or counselor understand you beyond your grades and test scores.
- Aptitude Test - Take the YouScience assessment and receive a detailed report on your talents, link them to potential careers, and save related majors to your Scoir profile.
- College Search - Search for colleges based on your suggestions, interests & recommendations
- Campus Community Exploration - Explore campus communities through the eyes of fellow students with CampusReel videos
- Virtual Visits - Virtually tour colleges to gain a feel for the campus environment.
- Wall Content - Search colleges by keywords to find schools that match the criteria through a social media-like experience.
- MyColleges - Create lists of schools that you want to follow, will apply to, and have applied.
- Cost - Work with your parent to understand what your true cost of admissions will be based on your EFC (estimated financial contribution) using the EFC Calculator.
- Research Texas College Options on ApplyTexas
- Learn How to Prepare for College
- Middle School Preparation
- 9th Grade Preparation
- 10th Grade Preparation
- 11th Grade Preparation
- 12th Grade Checklist
- College Board's Step-by-Step College Search
- Unigo's College Match includes college reviews and ratings
- Community College: FAQs
- Dallas College application process
- Big Future by The College Board
- College For All Texans
- Compare College TX
- Texas Career Exploration and Trends
- Texas Reality Check
- Career Education and Workforce Partnerships Department