Billy Ryan High School Counseling Corner
Amy McCloud, Tiffany Biggers, Teri Hodges, Stephanie Valle,
Angela Holl, Becky Coley, Mary Quinn Lucas, Dani Kading
Welcome to the Ryan High School Counselors' webpage. Please check back often for updates and additional information
Office hours are 8:15 a.m. - 4:15 p.m., with scheduled appointments between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Because our schedules are varied with presentations, meetings, or conferences, please call for an appointment to assure our availability to meet with you. To make an appointment please call the Counselors' Assistant, Mary Quinn Lucas, at 940-369-3026 or e-mail her at email@example.com . Thank you, we look forward to working with you.
The RHS Counseling Department will support the school’s mission by influencing a safe and healthy environment and by developing individuals who are productive, fulfilled, successful citizens devoted to lifelong growth and learning.
With the support of and access to rigorous curriculum and with the support of the comprehensive school counseling program, all students at Ryan High School will become productive citizens who exhibit integrity, character, and compassion. They will be life-long learners embracing growth through all stages of their life and will positively impact the local and global community.
Request to See a Counselor
In an effort to serve students more efficiently and to support teachers by keeping students in class, the RHS Counseling Department has moved all student requests to meet with School Counselors to an online form. In order to fill out the form, a student must be signed in to their Google Student Account (StID@g.dentonisd.org). You may find a link to the form here: Request to Meet School Counselor Form
Ryan High School Code: 441-950
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High school juniors and seniors planning to attend college after graduation will need to take the ACT and/or the SAT as a part of their application process. Students are strongly encouraged to begin taking these tests by the spring of the junior year. This will allow students enough time to take tests over again before college applications are due in the fall of the senior year. Students may take the tests multiple times in the event that they need/want to improve their scores. Parents/students should explore admissions requirements for any colleges of interest to determine if a specific test is needed to complete the respective application. The test dates for the 2015-2016 ACT and SAT tests are listed on the following link: SAT & ACT Dates for 2017-2018