GHS Counseling Office



Class of 2025 GPA information: January 2024

Class of 2025 and 2026 GPA Information: August 2023

Student Course Selections for the 2024-2025 School Year

Counselors will be meeting with students during their English classes (please see schedule below) to assist in course selections for the 2024-2025 school year. Once students meet with counselors, they will be able to view their 2024-2025 Course Requests in HAC by clicking on the Classes icon and then selecting the Schedule tab. The 2024-2025 Course Requests will be found under the students current schedule. The deadline to make changes to 2024-2025 Course Requests is MAY 1, 2024.

Save the DATE!

Here are important upcoming dates from the Counseling office:

Jan. 22- Jan. 26- Course request selections for 9th graders

Feb.5 - Feb 9 - Course request selections for 10th graders

Feb. 12 - BLUEPRINT NIGHT! This is for our incoming 9th graders to learn about all the amazing classes, organizations, and programs available at GHS. 

Feb. 20- Feb 26 - Course request selections for 11th graders 

“Did you know….?” Scholarships are FREE money!

It is NEVER too early to apply for scholarships to help pay for a student’s education after high school. Our Glenn High School Counseling website has many resources on where to start looking for potential scholarship opportunities. Click HERE for more information.

Off-Campus PE Changes

The Off-Campus Physical Education (OCPE) guidelines have been updated for the 24-25 school year. These updates have been made to align Leander ISD with other districts in our area and around the state. Any student interested in applying for OCPE for the 24-25 school year must look over these guidelines and become familiar with the changes. 

Applications are due May 31st, 2024.  Apply now!

Registrar Office

New to Glenn: Click here for registration information.

Transcripts: Click here to request your school transcripts.


Welcome to the Grizzly Counseling Office! We're so glad you're here. Our office offers a wide range of services for our Grizzly families, and we are here to support you in any way that we can. Some of the specific services we offer are listed below, and please feel free to reach out if there is anything else we can do to help.


Each year we will review current goals to keep students on track for success.


Counselors will meet with each student individually each year to review students' academic progress. 


Students in crisis can seek support through the Counseling Office and counselors will work with families to provide the appropriate resources based on individual cases.


Whether it is a conflict with a friend or a death in the family, the counselors are here to support students and families as needed.


The answer may not always be at school, so we can direct families and students to the resources that will meet their needs.

We encourage students to self-advocate prior to parent intervention. Parents can support their student by discussing what steps they should take to seek support for their needs. Please contact us with any questions that you may have.

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GHS Counseling Team Mission Statement:

The mission of the Glenn High School Counseling Department is to provide a comprehensive, educational program that supports the academic, career, and social-emotional needs of all students. As professional school counselors, we are committed to advocating for students and collaborating with parents, staff, and community stakeholders.  Our goal is to ensure all students are prepared with the knowledge and skills to become productive members of a changing and diverse society.