HHS Teacher Tutorial Schedules:  Click Here
FISD Guidance & Counseling Website:

  • Click here to visit the FISD Guidance and Counseling Website for important information for your student.

Dual Credit:
Click here for the Collin College Dual Credit Program

New Student FAQ's:
What does it mean to be a Heritage High School Coyote? It starts with the way we do business every day; in every classroom, at every school activity and in the way we interact with each other—doing the right things with “CLASS” (Character, Leadership, Accountability, Scholarship, Service). Click Here

CyberWise:  Online Safety Education for Parents and Teachers

Are you looking for ways to earn Community Service Hours?
One fantastic resource is www.justserve.org.  Just Serve allows you to sort through and quickly sign up for a multitude of local service opportunities, including both community-based and faith-based projects. After creating a free account, Just Serve will send you daily, weekly or monthly emails containing opportunities that meet the criteria you set when you created your account.  Please check out JUSTSERVE.ORG and give it a chance!

Aptitude Inventory Measurement Service (AIMS) is a nonprofit research organization dedicated to the study, testing, and interpretation of human aptitudes. AIMS advises students and adults to consider specific college and career choices that will utilize their natural abilities and facilitate career satisfaction.  Click here for brochure.

Tutoring Opportunities:

  • Heritage High School Teachers' 2015 Fall Tutorial Schedule. Click Here
  • 2015-2016 FISD Tutors for all Grade Levels.  Click here.
House Bill 3: New Graduation Requirements
  • For more information regarding the new graduation requirements, please visit here or you may click here to see a side-by-side chart from the Texas Education Agency reflecting the new graduation requirement changes.
Five Ways Ed Pays:
Princeton Review and Frisco ISD Partner to Offer Students Discounted Courses!
Click Here for Frisco ISD's courses and locations.

College Ready:
  • College Ready is designed to aid Frisco ISD students and parents as they prepare for all aspects of post-secondary experience. Click here.
  • Don't think you can go to college?  You Can Go!

Reporting Child Abuse:

Student Resources:

Help Lines:
  • National Domestic Violence Help Line:  1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
  • National Suicide Help Line:  1-800-784-2433 or 1-800-273-8255
  • Texas Runaway Help Line:  1-800-392-3352
  • Teen Help Line:  792-233-TEEN (792-233-8336)