Academic Counselor

Reagan Greer

Reagan Greer

Academic Counselor

CTE Coordinator

Stay in Touch


For text reminders, text the class code to 81010:

9th Grade class code:   @ricehs2027

10th Grade class code: @ricehs2026

11th Grade class code: @ricehs2025

12th Grade class code: @ricehs2024


 Forms and Documents

RHS Academic Handbook (2023-2024)

Student Code of Conduct 2023-2024

Rice ISD Student Handbook 2023-2024

Transcript request

Navarro College Transcript request

Letter of Recommendation Form

Algebra 2 Notification

Testing Calendar


Graduation Requirements

EOC Requirements for Graduation

Students must pass all 5 EOC's to graduate from high school

  • Algebra 1
  • Biology
  • English 1
  • English 2
  • US History


Post High School Options

*Colleges and Universities: The four or five year college experience with the goal of earning a bachelor's degree.
*Community College: An affordable two year option for students wanting to take their basic classes and transfer to a four year university later.
*Technical School: Two year college that provides mostly employment preparation skills for careers. Ex: Welding, Electricians, etc.

College and Career Testing

College and Career Resources

How to apply to college?

Apply Texas is a centralized web portal for prospective students from Texas and other states to apply for admission to Texas higher education institutions. The purpose of the program is to allow students to complete one application and submit it to multiple institutions of higher education.

Apply Texas


College and Career Searches

Military and Reserves


Students that plan on playing sports in college (junior college, college, or university). You will need to create an account in NAIA or NCAA  to participate in college sports. Please reach out to your coaches or Mrs. Greer for more information.

National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA)

National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)


Dual Credit

Rice High School provides an opportunity for highly motivated, academically prepared, and very responsible high school juniors and seniors to take college level courses. This program is regulated by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB), Navarro College, and RISD.  Currently all dual credit classes are online.

MOU with Navarro College

Types of College Credit Classes 

Dual Credit Course Options

Dual Credit Transfer Hours 

This website enables you to enter the college you have acquired dual credit hours and the university you would like to transfer. You will be able to see how your hours will transfer.

Accommodations for Dual Credit Students

If you qualify for accommodations under any special program at RHS and want your accommodations for dual credit courses, you will need to apply for the services with Navarro College.

The Financial Aid for Swift Transfer (FAST) program

The FAST program provides funding to participating public institutions of higher education so they can offer dual credit courses to educationally disadvantaged students at no cost to these students.

The Texas Education Code (TEC) defines “educationally disadvantaged” as those students eligible for the national free/reduced-price lunch program. A student who meets this requirement in any of the four school years prior to the academic year in which the student is enrolled in the eligible dual credit course may be eligible for the FAST program.

FAST Website

FAST Questions

Student Eligibility Requirements for FAST Program:
  1. Meets the current dual credit enrollment requirements set forth in the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board and Texas Education Agency rules to enroll in an eligible dual credit course(s).
  2. Qualifies for free/reduced-price lunch program.
  3. Has submitted a free/reduced-price lunch form to their school district.

Application for Accommodations

Advanced Placement and Honors Courses

Career and Technical Education (CTE)

Rice High School currently offers two CTE Endorsements which encompass several different programs of study. We have student certifications in all of our programs of study. 

Applied Agricultural Engineering (welding)

Animal Science

Business Management

Graphic Design and Multimedia


Plant Science

Teaching and Coaching

CTE Nondiscrimintatin notification


Financial Aid

Completing FAFSA, TASFA or an opt out form is a senior requirement for graduation.

What is FAFSA?

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is a form that is completed annually by current and prospective college students in the United States to determine their eligibility for student financial aid. Students will receive a Student Aid Report (SAR). SAR is an electronic or paper document that gives you some basic information about your eligibility for federal student aid. It also includes your answers to the questions on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form. Many scholarships require a copy of your report to complete their application.

FAFSA Website

What will I need to fill out my FAFSA/TASFA?

Create a FSA ID

Financial Aid Resources

How to read a financial aid award letter.

College Covered

How do student loans work?

Ways to Pay for College

Scholarships Search


Scholar's App

The University Network

Student Scholarships

Scholarship Index

The Scholarship Lady of Central Texas Email Mrs. Greer for the code.

All local scholarships will be posted in the RHS Google Classroom and on Remind. Email Mrs. Greer if you need the codes to join.