High School Academic Advisor

Dear Parents,


Welcome to the RHS Counseling Center. We do individual planning in the areas of educational, career, and personal-social development.  We do guidance curriculum in a variety of areas with all students as well as provide responsive services, both prevention and intervention, to address immediate needs and concerns of students. Some of the roles we play include counseling, consultation, program implementation and management, coordination, and assessment.


I have been in education for about 10 years in different positions and districts. I received a Bachelor’s of Arts in History in 2008 from Angelo State University in my home town of San Angelo. My first year teaching was at Kingwood High School in Humble ISD near Houston. Then I spent five years teaching at an Early College High School in Cedar Hill. I finished my Masters in Education in School Counseling from Lamar University in 2014. My first counseling job was at Dawson Elementary. From 2016-2019 school years, I was a counselor at Corsicana High School. I look forward to using my experience and desire for student success to enable students to pursue great things at Rice High School and beyond.



Reagan Greer

Academic Advisor

Rice High School


Important Links

College Readiness/Applications

Rice College Readiness Guide

Apply to College

      This website is a Common Application to all Texas            public 4-year universities

Online Registration

Texas College and Career Readiness Standards

Texas Online College and Career Readiness - Landing Page


ACT Information

Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

College Research 


NCES - College Navigator

College for All Texans

Navarro County College Achievement Program

      Navarro County CAP provides middle and high                school students and their parents with                              individualized high school to college completion              plans


College and Career Search

      Rice HS ID# 0105744 - for school identification on            website and use your student ID# to log on 

Financial Aid

Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)


NCAA Clearinghouse
      This website will provide you with information                  about initial-eligibility at NCAA Division I and                    Division II member colleges and universities

Free college scouting program


Test Preparation


Kaplan SAT/ACT Test Preparation

SAT Practice Tests

ACT Practice Tests

TSI Practice Tests


Testing Dates/Information

RISD Testing Calendar

SAT/ACT Testing Dates

STAAR Testing Information

Student Assessment Testing Calendar


Fastweb scholarship search

College Scholarship Guide

RHS Scholarship Spreadsheet

Transcript Request

Paying for College


Paying for College is a difficult concept for most students and families to digest. Some think, "We cannot afford to send our children to college".  But for the sake of your child's future, maybe it would be better to think, "We cannot afford NOT to send our children to college".

Few students get a free-ride scholarship.  Few families can afford to just write a check to pay the entire college bill.  For most families it will take a combination of all sources of financial aid.  Financial Aid is the term used to refer to any money that is spent on college.


Applying for Financial Aid

Applying for financial aid begins by filling out and submitting the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).  Students that are graduating in the spring may apply for financial aid after January 1st.  Before you apply you should download the FAFSA on the WEB WORKSHEET from the FAFSA website and fill it out.  Also each student and ONE parent will need to get a Personal Identification Number PIN.  This number will be your electronic signature and will allow you to access submitted information at a later time.


FAFSA's must be completed online at the official government site.


Apply here for your PIN (Personal Identification Number)



After submitting your financial information to the federal processor, you will receive a report called the Student Aid Report (SAR).  Make sure you indicate which colleges you want to receive your SAR.  If the college does not receive the SAR, they will not offer you an 'Award Letter'.  The FAFSA4caster is a tool you may want to use before you submit your FAFSA.  The FAFSA4caster will provide you with an estimate of your Expected Family Contribution (EFC).

Financial Aid 101

Scholarship Search

Free Scholarship Search - FASTWEB

1302 SW McKinney, Rice, TX 75155
Administration - Phone: 903.326.4287 Fax: 903.326.4164
Elementary - Phone: 903.326.4151 Fax: 903.326.4900
Intermediate - Phone: 903.326.4190 Fax: 903.326.4620
High School - Phone 903.326.4502 Fax: 903.326.5042

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