Our primary school counselor is Gina Hansen.
She is kind, patient, and an excellent role model for our current and future students.
Please feel free to reach out to Mrs. Hansen, using the contact information to the right, with any questions involving inside and outside counsel for individuals and families.
- Concurrent Enrollment
- Advanced Placement
- Site-Based Social Worker
- Upcoming Events
- Helpful Links
The Advanced Placement program is sponsored by College Board, a non-profit organization dedicated to preparing, inspiring, and connecting students to college. AP course curricula and exams are written by College Board and representative of freshman level college course knowledge and potentially allow them to earn college credit or placement in a higher level course at their attending college.
East Central High School's AP courses will challenge students and better prepare them for college. The philosophy of Advanced Placement at ECHS is open access to students who want to take an AP course. Students will be expected to participate in all course activities throughout the school year and the culminating exam in May.
Khalilah Jones is our site-based school social worker. The services she can connect you with include counseling in school, counseling through a variety of outside services, food assistance, uniform assistance, toiletries, and referral for services.
Monday, October 29, 2018
Wonder what it's like to sit in a college classroom? This is your chance to find out what college will really be like at our OSU Up Close event. You will get an in-depth look into OSU academics by visiting a lab, sitting in on a class and meeting with current students and faculty working in your are of interest.
Scholarships applications are available to all graduating seniors currently attending a Tulsa Public High School. The Oklahoma Educational Memorial Trust Foundation was organized in 1957 by a group of Tulsa Public Schools educators who recognized the need to support students who were graduating from TPS high schools and needed financial assistance to pursue advanced degrees. Since its inception individuals, parent-teacher associations, trusts, and corporations have contributed to the foundation. Gifts are donated as memorials, or in honor of educators, students, or supporters of TPS.
Various Deadlines over 120 scholarships available for Oklahoma students. Don’t miss out on the opportunities that pertain to you.
ACT - A standardized test used for admittance to colleges in the United States
COLLEGEdata - An online college advisor
FAFSA - Free Application for Federal Student Aid for students going to college
FSA ID - Username and password you use on federal student aid websites such as fafsa.gov and StudentLoans.gov
Online Colleges - Earn your college degree from an online accredited university
RaiseMe - High schoolers can start earning college scholarships as early as 9th grade for good grades, sports, extracurriculars and other achievements
SAT - Standardized test widely used for college admissions in the United States
The Common Application - used to apply to any of more than 700 member colleges and universities in the United States
I’ve always wanted to challenge myself for everything and this school particularly has opened doors for me. I feel like it’s a really good way to get started on everything I want to do. It’s been really wild and it’s a lot of homework, but it’s a good way to stay ahead and it’s a good way to save money on college too. I’m going to have one less year to pay for.Jessica Paraza, ECHS concurrent enrollment student
Oklahoma's Promise allows students whose families earn $55,000 or less annually, and who meet academic and conduct requirements to earn a college tuition scholarship.
Tulsa Achieves is a funding program that provides up to 100% of tuition and fees to Tulsa County residents who graduating high school seniors and enroll at Tulsa Community College the fall after they graduate. The program pays for up to 63 college credit hours or up to three years of college, whichever comes first.
If you want to compete in NCAA sports at a Division I school, you need to register with the NCAA Eligibility center to make sure you stay on track to meet initial-eligibility standards.