Sunday, January 26, 2020


The Counselor's Office

The Counseling Department at Paris High School is an important part of the school community.

High school is the final educational transition into adulthood and the world of work. Students are deciding what they do well, and what they will do when they graduate.

During these adolescent years, it is important to provide processes to evaluate strengths, skills, and abilities.

Mrs. Brandi Compton Ogden, Paris High School Counselor, understands and responds to the challenges presented by today’s diverse population and learning styles. This mission is accomplished through the developmental guidance program that Mrs. Ogden and Paris High School provide.

Parents who want information or assistance are encouraged to contact Mrs. Compton-Ogden at the school. 

 Mrs. Brandi Compton-Ogden
Click here for Mrs. Ogden's Bio

Transcript Request Forms

If you graduated in 2008 -present you must create an account at to request a transcript
electronically.  2007 and before must request paper copies at a cost of $2.

Current students, click here to request a transcript.
Former students, click here to request a transcript.


Parent Resources on Bullying
Help Take Action to Prevent Bullying
Bullying - For Parents and Caregivers
Stop Bullying Now!

 If you are having a crisis outside of school hours please utilize the Crisis Support text line.  Text 741741 and a trained crisis counselor will respond.

Dual Credit Information
To learn more about dual credit scholarship opportunities, click here.
Click here to view the list of participating post secondary institutions.

Testing Information

 Visit these sites to register for the ACT and SAT, view test dates and fees and take practice tests. 
Juniors and Seniors may take the ACT for free twice in a high school career if they participate in
the Free and Reduced Lunch Program.  See Mrs. Ogden for the appropriate paperwork for the fee waiver.


ACT-sign up at
Test dates:

Paris High School Code:  182-130

Paris will be participating in College Application Week held Nov. 19-21  Our goal is that every senior
will have applied to a college on or before this week.  Talk with your student today!

Deadlines and Announcements

get two letters of recommendation NOW!  You will need them for Boys/Girls Fund in June
when application becomes available.  School will not be in session for you to wait to get them!!! 
I have been sharing this information with seniors during homeroom.

Make sure you check your KEES account each July at to make sure it is accurate.


Click Here for Applications


Kiwanis Club 

Class of 1971

Class of 1966

Class of 1959

EK RIce Rotary Scholarship

Rotary Technical Scholarship

Gordan Goode Memorial

Ann Mitchell Memorial

Nellie Evans Memorial

Carrie Clay Memorial

 Big Ass Fans


Alpha Delta Kappa

 Shelter Insurance

Boys and Girls Fund

William Kenney Scholarship

Farm Bureau



If your child is planning to take English 101 or any other dual credit course next year they must meet the
college readiness benchmarks on the ACT.  Fees for these classes must be paid prior to the start of school.

English: 18 and  (must have in order to take English 101)
Math: 22 (must have in order to take College Algebra) if 19-21, you must pay to take an additional lab fee.
Reading: 20 (must have in order to take Psy 110

Any student grades 9-11 (for the 15-16') school year may sign up to take the PSAT.  This is a practice SAT
and can qualify 11th graders for the National Merit Scholarship competition.  If you would like your child to
take this test in Octobe2016,  please send a ck or money to the high school office in the amount of $15. 

Current 10th graders interested in applying to the Governor's Scholars Program may check out the criteria
now.  Visit


 Governor's School for Entrepreneurs applications now available.  For 9th-11th graders.  Apply online