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  • High School Online Class Scheduling Begins March 28
    For the 2017-18 school year Carroll ISD is providing the ability for students to select what period to take their courses. This online class scheduling process will begin with current Juniors on March 28, 2017, with grades 8-10 to follow. For more information, including dates on when current 8-10 grade students will create their schedules, please click here.

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  • CSHS Guidance Dept. Presents:  COLLEGE 101 on April 12th, 5:30 - 8:15 PM in CSHS SAC

    University admission representatives will present informational sessions about the admission process, scholarship opportunities, campus life, and much more.  There will also be a session about Mastering the College Admission Essay!  Click here for all details!

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  • U.S. Army Jazz Ambassadors Performing at Carroll Senior High
    The Carroll Jazz program is honored to welcome the U.S. Army Jazz Ambassadors to Carroll Senior High School for a concert on Friday, April 14 at 7 p.m. View the full story here.

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  • Individual Junior Conferences: January 17-March 31 (Sign Up NOW)
    All Juniors sign up NOW to schedule Junior Conference with counselor so you are ready to register for upcoming Senior classes! Consult your Guidance Counselor for signup information.

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  • Time to Register for AP Exams
    Now is the time to register for AP Exams. Click here to sign up on the Carroll Senior High website. Register online through March 31. The late fee per exam is $10. The late registeration deadline is April 10. Late fees are $65 per exam for late registration.

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  • Lady Dragon Soccer Earns Overtime Playoff Victory
    The Carroll Lady Dragon soccer team battled tough winds and McKinney Boyd in the Class 6A bi-district round Thursday. Read more about the overtime victory on

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  • Debate Team Produces Strong Finish at State Tournament
    Dragon Debate finished the year strong at the annual Texas Forensic Association State Tournament, held this year at Plano West High School. Overall Carroll finished the season in the Top 10 among schools with the most qualifications to the State Tournament, and 31 students qualified to TFA State this season. View the full list of results here.

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  • Carroll Cadet Winterguard Earns First-Place Finish
    The Carroll Cadet Winterguard recently competed at the North Texas Colorguard Association Cadet Championships in Saginaw and produced a first-place finish. Click here to read more.

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  • Dragon Hockey Wins City Championship - Varsity Bronze Division
    The Southlake Dragon Varsity hockey team won the City Championship - Bronze Division on Thursday against Richardson/Rockwall 2-0. The winning goal was scored by Jared Weisert and assisted by Ra'ed Asdi and Drake Hamilton. D'Yab Asdi was in goal with the shutout.

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  • Ten CEF Scholarships Available for Dragon Seniors
    The 2017 CEF Scholarship Application is now available for all qualifying Carroll Independent School District seniors. New this year: one scholarship will be awarded to a Special Programs student and one scholarship will be awarded to a Fine Arts student. The remaining eight scholarships are general and all are a $1,000 award based upon blind review of the following areas: academic, extracurricular, volunteer, employment, essay and teacher recommendation.  Application packet due April 7th.

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  • Southlake Sister Cities Scholarship
    Southlake Sister Cities is offering a $500 scholarship for up to two graduating senior students. For more information and to download the scholarship application, click here. Deadline for application is April 7, 2017.

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  • Paul Giamanco Memorial Scholarship
    In memory of Paul Giamanco, the father of Carroll High School Principal PJ Giamanco, a scholarship has been established to provide a graduating senior who wants to pursue a career in education and service to others. The elder Giamanco was passionate about education and fully supported his son’s career choice to make a difference in the lives of young people. The scholarship will be presented at the Senior Awards Assembly in May. If you would like to contribute, please send your contribution to Tracy Witt (CHS Principal’s Secretary) or CISD Communications Department by April 30.

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  • CHS/CSHS PTO Accepting Scholarship Applications 
    The CHS/CSHS PTO is now accepting scholarship applications for graduating seniors. The PTO will award five scholarships of $1,000 each. Applicants’ families must be current PTO members. Applications must be submitted by email no later than 10 p.m. on Sunday, April 16. Applications are available at under the college tab. Contact Suzanne Adamson,, if you have questions. 

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