Looking forward to the 2017-2018 School Year

I am the counselor for students whose last name begins with M-Z at all grade levels. 

The counselors at BJH offer every student ongoing assistance to enhance educational development. Our services are designed to provide personal and academic guidance to students.

We assist students with:

  • course scheduling
  • academic guidance, graduation planning
  • decision making, problem-solving skills, goal setting
  • personal development, organization, conflict resolution, and life management skills.  
Working with kids, helping them plan, and seeing them achieve personal and academic success are some of the many rewards of this job. 
Students and parents are encouraged to contact me when needed. I can be reached at: 817-399-3094, Monday through Friday 8am-4pm, or send an email to jenniferstill@hebisd.edu
“Everyone Makes a Difference”





Free Career Resources from TEXASgenuine

Students can use TEXASgenuine.org at http://texasgenuine.org/ to:

Complete a “Find Your Future” career assessment, providing them with their top three Career Clusters® of interest

  • Explore potential careers that fall within their top Career Clusters® of interest
  • View salary information and educational requirements for potential careers
  • Watch short videos to learn about CTE programs offered at the more than 50 public community and technical colleges throughout the state

TEA has just opened their new website:  www.texascollegeandcareer.org


Students can register.  There’s some really good stuff on this site – including an interest/skills/values inventory, scholarship search, college search, information about SAT/ACT, etc.  It is free!

 Seven Habits of Highly Responsible Students

  1. Set Goals
  2. Plan time
  3. Study Daily
  4. Take notes in class
  5. Have necessary tools
  6. Keep commitments
  7. Prepare in advance


HEB students interested in the Young Entreprenuers  Academy....

The HEB Independent School District, is offering a special entrepreneurship program to junior high and high school students through the HEB Chamber of Commerce. The Young Entrepreneurs Academy is a school-year long after-school program that guides junior high and high school students through launching and running their own business or social movement. YEA! Is open to students grades 7-12, and classes will be held at the Gene. A Buinger Technical Education Academy.

 For information, please contact Alexandra Taylor at the HEB Chamber of Commerce, 817-283-1521.