Frequently Asked Questions

Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD

  • Brookhaven Early College HS
  • Newman Smith HS
  • R. L. Turner HS

Cedar Hill ISD

  • Cedar Hill HS
  • Cedar Hill Collegiate HS

Dallas ISD

  • Bryan Adams HS
  • David W. Carter HS
  • Dr. Wright L. Lassiter, Jr. Early College HS
  • Emmett J. Conrad HS
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt HS
  • H. Grady Spruce HS
  • Hillcrest HS
  • Innovation Design Entrepreneurship Academy (IDEA)
  • James Madison HS
  • Judge Barefoot Sanders Law Magnet
  • Justin F. Kimball HS
  • Kathlyn Joy Gilliam Collegiate Academy
  • L.G. Pinkston HS
  • Lincoln Humanities/Communications Magnet HS
  • Moises E. Molina HS
  • North Dallas HS
  • Rosie M. Collins Sorrells School of Education & Social Services at Townview
  • School of Business & Management at Townview
  • School of Health Professions at Townview
  • School of Science & Engineering at Townview
  • Seagoville HS
  • Skyline HS
  • South Oak Cliff HS
  • Sunset HS
  • Thomas Jefferson HS
  • Trinidad Garza ECHS at Mountain View

Dallas ISD

  • W.H. Adamson HS
  • W.T. White HS
  • W.W. Samuell HS
  • Wilmer-Hutchins HS
  • Woodrow Wilson HS

DeSoto ISD

  • DeSoto HS

Duncanville ISD

  • Duncanville HS

Garland ISD

  • Garland HS
  • Lakeview Centennial HS
  • Naaman Forest HS
  • North Garland HS
  • South Garland HS

Grand Prairie ISD

  • Grand Prairie HS
  • John Dubiski Career HS
  • South Grand Prairie HS

Irving ISD

  • Irving HS
  • Jack E. Singley Academy
  • MacArthur HS
  • Nimitz HS

Lancaster ISD

  • Lancaster HS

Mesquite ISD

  • Mesquite HS
  • North Mesquite HS
  • West Mesquite HS

Richardson ISD

  • Lake Highlands HS
  • Lloyd V. Berkner HS
  • Richardson HS

Parent Promise scholars will have 5 years to complete their degree or certificate.

Check your most recent tax return for your Adjusted Gross Income (AGI).

Yes. Parents will first enter WorkReadyU, a completely free adult-education program at Dallas College that will prepare English language learners the skills needed for college and career success.

Parents will first enter WorkReadyU, a completely free adult-education program at Dallas College, that will teach you the skills you need for college and career success.

To be eligible, your high school senior must have attended a participating Promise high school for their full senior year. Additionally, you must qualify for Texas in-state tuition.

Previous college can give you a jump start on completing a certificate program or an associate degree. Make sure to speak with an advisor before enrolling.

With a Parent Promise scholarship you can enhance your skills through a certificate program, making yourself more marketable to your current or future employer.

Yes, developmental classes are covered under the Parent Promise.

Parent Promise can only be used at Dallas College.

Parent Promise is funded through LevelUp Scholarship funds.