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1. Glenbrook North High School Guidance Department ACT & SAT Information
ETS Code 210726 This page contains links to sites that may be helpful as you prepare to take admissions tests for college. page, e-mail Patuxent High school and we will review Main guidance Page. The sat and act are standardized assessments that or in addition to the sat. Kaplan testing Page
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ACT and SAT Testing
Click here for standardized testing other than ACT or SAT. The following tables are the 2001-2002 ACT, SATI and SATII testing dates and registration deadlines. Registration packets for these standardized examinations can be picked up in the College Corner in the Guidance Department. The deadline date means that the registration packet must be postmarked on or before that date. Students are advised to take the packet to the post office when registering the week of the deadline date.
Glenbrook North High School Code: 143-215
Please Note: Glenbrook North High School does not record test scores on transcripts or applications. It is the student's responsibility to request test scores from the test companies. Students are responsible for mailing in registration forms and adhering to deadline dates. The registration booklets/forms contain a detailed explanation of fees. ACT and SAT Test Dates and Resources
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standardized testing, act and sat information and test registrationbooklets are available in the guidance Office. Students are
Standardized Testing ACT and SAT information and test registration booklets are available in the Guidance Office. Students are responsible to register for their test - the school does not schedule students to take the test. Sophomore students are encouraged to sign up for the pre-ACT or PLAN test, which has a career interest section. The test is adminstered at Avon High School during the school day. 10th graders also have the option of taking the PSAT . This is excellent practice for college admission tests and helps students to begin to compete against college bound students nationally. Counselors will meet with all students to explain scores. Juniors should take the PSAT in the fall. This is the only opportunity to compete for the National Merit Scholars. Students are recommended to take the SAT and ACT twice during the year. Your scores will be postively influenced by taking a challenging course load. Standardized Testing Links Standardized Tests ACT PSAT /SAT
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3. Standardized Testing
sat I/sat II standardized Test Overviews (Psat/sat/sat II/act) school Code 100508. *Application packets for the sat act as well as practice booklets are available in guidance.
SVHS Guidance Department
For Testing Information on the Web, click here
What is the PSAT?
What is the PLAN?
What is the SAT I?
What is the ACT?
The American College Testing Program (ACT) is a comprehensive, guidance-oriented service that helps colleges, high schools, and students in transition from high school to college. Students participate in the program by completing an educational/biographical questionnaire, an interest inventory, and four tests of educational development in English, Mathematics, Social Studies, and Natural Sciences. After analyzing the information obtained, ACT prepares reports for use by students, high schools, and colleges in career and college planning, admissions, and placement, and academic advising. More than 2700 colleges and universities and other agencies accept ACT scores in lieu of SAT 1 Scores. The ACT is an achievement test. Achievement tests often reward the student who works hard more than an aptitude test like the SAT 1. Juniors achieving less than satisfactory results on a SAT I taken in the Spring may wish to consider taking the ACT during the Fall of the Senior year. The ACT is offered several times during the year at locations throughout the Columbia area to include Spring Valley High School.
Who Should take the PSAT, SAT I, ACT or ASSET?

4. University Of Richmond - Standardized Testing Requirements
(satI and sat-II) or February (act) of the senior year at the latest. Please consult with your high school guidance office complete all standardized testing by the end

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Standardized Testing Requirements
The University of Richmond's standardized test requirement may be met in either of the following ways: The SAT-I and two SAT-II Subject Tests in Writing and Math (level IC or IIC)
The ACT (American College Test).
  • Applicants are encouraged to take a third SAT-II subject test in a foreign language because it aids the language departments in determining placement. These tests must be taken by January (SAT-I and SAT-II) or February (ACT) of the senior year at the latest. Please consult with your high school guidance office or the College Board and ACT calendars to insure these tests are completed in a timely fashion. We strongly recommend that students DO NOT "hold" their SAT-II subject test scores under the Score Choice option as this delays the processing of their application. Students who apply for merit scholarships at Richmond should complete all standardized testing by the end of December of their senior year in high school. It is your responsibility to have official score reports sent to the University of Richmond.

5. Trinity High School
Grade The Year of Leadership and standardized Tests • Academic Job board • Programming• testing Psat Fall act - Spring sat - Spring • Group
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9th Grade
The Year of Adjustment
10th Grade
The Year of Continued Building
11th Grade
The Year of Leadership and
Standardized Tests

PSAT - Fall
ACT - Spring SAT - Spring 12th Grade The Year of Leadership, College Selection and Scholarships • Period 3 "drop-by" program for seniors TRINITY IS A SINSINAWA DOMINICAN SPONSORED SCHOOL.

6. Elyria Catholic High School - Guidance
As always, our standardized testing program relates to student Sophomores take thePLAN, a preact test (one of the the Psat/NMSQT that is a pre-sat (the other
College Information
Applications ...
News Letter
Guidance Department
Elyria Catholic High School Elyria Catholic High School
Greetings form the Elyria Catholic Guidance Department. We look forward to assisting you with your adjustment to high school, in formulating and carrying out your plans for the future, and in selecting colleges and careers or whatever your personal needs and goals may be.
Mrs. Margie Mendez, Guidance Secretary extension 24 The assignment of student to counselor is: Mrs. Strukely A-L Grades 9 through 12 Mrs. Arnold M-Z Grades 9 through 12 Parental Concerns about any student should be directed to the appropriate counselor Back to top The site link "FastWeb" (below), may provide you with information for High School students, tips to improve your child's experience in school, guids for finding financial aid terms - and other material:
College and Scholarship Information
Seniors receive a folder with all the information needed for the college application process.

7. Principia Upper School Guidance Office
standardized testing Schedule. When boarding students register for a sat I, sat IItest date OFF CAMPUS, they should use Webster Groves High school act testing.

8. Standardized Testing
Marquette University High school. COLLEGE guidance. standardized testing. 20022003Calendar. Test Registration Instructions. act/sat/Psat Preparation Courses
Marquette University High School
College Search
Financial Aid
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Mrs. Cleary
[2002-2003 Calendar]
[Test Registration Instructions]
[ACT/SAT/PSAT Preparation Courses and Tutors]
[Helpful Links] ...
[Contact Information]
2002-2003 Calendar
Saturday, October 12, 2002
September 10, 2002
September 14, 2002
Saturday, October 26, 2002
September 20, 2002
October 4, 2002
Saturday, November 2, 2002
September 27, 2002
October 9, 2002
Saturday, December 7, 2002
November 1, 2002
November 13, 2002
Saturday, December 14, 2002
November 8, 2002
November 21, 2002
Saturday, January 25, 2003
December 23, 2002
January 2, 2003
Saturday, February 8, 2003
January 3, 2003
January 17, 2003
Saturday, April 5, 2003
SAT I Only
February 28, 2003
March 12, 2003
Saturday, April 12, 2003
March 7, 2003
March 21, 2003
Saturday, May 3, 2003
March 28, 2003
April 9, 2003
Saturday, June 7, 2003
May 2, 2003

9. Northside High School - Guidance
standardized testing Use this number when you register for the testing Calendarssat's Stop by the guidance office for Code is the same for both act and sat.

About NHS



Resource Officer

Welcome to NHS's new webpage! Guidance
Information on the Parent Orientation to Registration on Jan. 23, 2003
Counselors and Staff
Counselor assignments are alphabetical based on the student's last name. The assignments for this year are... Standardized Testing Use this number when you register for the SAT and/or the ACT. It is Northside's CEEB code: 471-942

10. Saint Anthony's High School
standardized testing sat II (Subject Achievement Tests), The sat II's are given inparticular act (American College testing), The act consists of a threehour
The Guidance Department:
Important Dates for the the Year 2000 The Guidance Department is available to the students and parents to aid in educational, emotional, social and vocational growth and development. Each student has a counselor, and the student is encouraged to keep in close contact; appointments are not usually necessary. Parents are encouraged to call or meet with the counselor about any difficulty or concern dealing with the student or family. Freshman are seen in small groups each week of the Fall Semester by their counselor. This counselor will work with those students for their entire education at St. Anthony’s. During the remaining three years, the Department continues meeting with Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors. College Nights, Parent’s Nights and Visiting college representatives are additional services provided by the Guidance Department. The Guidance Department also maintains the special services of a school psychologist. A college counselor is available to all students. In the Fall Semester, Sophomores take the PLAN test (which is in reality the Preliminary American College Test; Juniors take the PSAT (Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test); there is an additional charge for these tests. In the Spring Semester all Juniors take a career interest inventory (SDS) and are encouraged to take the Sat I and the ACT. Some Juniors and Underclassmen also take the Subject Achievement Tests (SAT II). Seniors may take the SAT I and ACT for the second time, if repeating seems necessary.

11. Belmont High School
for sat, ELPT, act and TOEFL are available in the guidance Office. Students areresponsible for mailing / registering online for standardized testing.

students participate in three arenas of standardized testing as they The act TheAmerican College testing Program based in is an alternative to the sat I. The
STANDARDIZED TESTING AT DARIEN HIGH SCHOOL THE DARIEN HIGH SCHOOL GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT Darien High School students participate in three arenas of standardized testing as they move from the Freshman through the Senior year; The Comprehensive Testing Program III (CTP III) published by the Educational Records Bureau, the state-mandated Connecticut Academic Performance Test (CAPT) the College Board Testing Program, consisting of three tests that are optional for students, but one or more are most likely taken if the student is college-bound. These are; the Preliminary Scholastic Assessment Test (PSAT) the Scholastic Assessment Test I (Reasoning Tests and the Scholastic Assessment Tests II (Subject Tests) Additionally, students who are enrolled in one or more Advanced Placement Courses may elect to take one or more of the Advanced Placement Tests (AP) Each of these tests are described in some detail below. The ACT and TOEFL are both listed below. Back to the Guidance Homepage The Comprehensive Testing Program III, commonly known in this district as the ERB after its New York publisher, Educational Records Bureau, is administered to all Freshmen during the early Fall. The program consists of five tests that involve the verbal areas of achievement and two tests that involve the quantitative areas of achievement.

13. Welcome To Hume-Fogg Academic High School!
yearby-year college preparation standardized testing Summer Program want to applyto a school for Early September - Watch for sat/act deadlines for October

HF Admissions

Academic Program

Guidance Calendar

College Guidance
We believe informed students have the greatest opportunities to target the right choices in higher education for their talents, skills, and interests. The Guidance Office offers extensive counseling regarding the college preparation/search/application process for both underclassmen and upperclassmen. All students have access to college counseling and the most current information about the following:
  • On-site college visits and fairs
  • Critical steps in the college application process
    (See Guidelines for year-by-year college preparation below)
  • The availability of scholarships/financial aid
  • Helpful college-bound resources
Summer Program Information
Financial Aid/Scholarship Programs
Guidelines for year-by-year college preparation
Standardized Testing
Summer Program Information Many college campuses offer experiential or academic courses in the summertime for high school students. Programs vary as to cost (free, pay, or stipend-based) and credit availability (no credit, high school credit, or college credit). This is a great way for students to learn more about themselves and their interests and to visit college campuses.

14. Memphis University School College Guidance
and individual college meetings and standardized testing begins. Our school ProfileLook up statistical information on actsat Calendar Look up dates for act
MUS Faculty

Faculty Emeriti

Graduation Requirements
Hyde Library

College Guidance
Tech Tips Faculty Homepages FACULTY RESOURCES Teacher Tools Mr. A. Robert Boelte, Director Dr. Emily Angel Baer, Associate Director The mission of the MUS College Guidance Department is to prepare and counsel individual students for placement in colleges and universities that match their goals, academic potential, and special interests. The program begins in the eighth-grade with academic advising and information dissemination, continuing through junior year and fall of the senior year when regular group and individual college meetings and standardized testing begins. The process culminates in the spring on the national college notification date of May 1. Visit the College Counseling Center for brochures, pamphlets, college guide books, and handouts. Explore the following links for information about applying to college. Also visit

15. Belleview High School
Appropriate course work and standardized testing are tools used to move students Availableto all students wanting to raise sat or act scores, practice test
Guidance Counselors
Mrs. Thompson

9th grade
Mrs. Schorfha
10th grade
Mr. Vowinkel

11th grade
Mrs. Greer

12th grade
driven by the needs of the student body, lead individualized for students - four-year plan based on test scores, teacher recommendations and parent input influenced by a seamless transition from grade to grade and program to program 9th Grade First step into high school assessed through FCAT scores, teacher recommendations and parent/counselor discussions. Maximized learning climate and future goals facilitated through efforts by counselors who continuously monitor and change schedules as needed. Pesco Interest Inventory, which builds self concept, given to each student. Counselors develop a 4-year portfolio and conduct several classroom visitations throughout the year. 10th Grade Guided by counselor judgment, students may choose their own schedules based on grades, test scores and parent/teacher in-put. PSAT and FCAT move the student through the process. 11th Grade Students begin to determine post-secondary plans. Counselors have gathered necessary data to guide each student toward the best program of study to meet their goals. Appropriate course work and standardized testing are tools used to move students through this process.

16. Forest High School Activities
and also keeps students informed about the College Board sat and act testing dates Inaddition to the standardized tests, the counselors also give the Dade
Forest High School
Guidance and counseling services are available to all students at Forest High School. The goal of the Guidance Department at Forest High School is to work cooperatively with parents, teachers, and administration in order to develop the maximum potential in our students. The school counselor's primary task is to help each student become a better learner by providing individual counseling and academic/vocational advisement. The Counseling Department Students are assigned to a Guidance Counselor based on the year that they will be graduating. Each counselor at Forest High School follows his/her class from their freshman year through graduation. Class of 2003 - Teri Strynkowski
Class of 2004 - Mary Beth Kerkela
Class of 2005 - Elaine Cox
Class of 2006 - Amy Zurfluh
Guidance Secretary - Chandra Kiner
Registrar - Joan Sartori Guidance Services Academic Advisement: A large portion of the Guidance Counselor's time is spent with academic counseling. This includes activities such as course scheduling, new enrollments, credit checks, college advisement, study skills development, dual-enrollment activities, scholarships/ financial aid information, and classroom presentations.

17. Callihan - The Guidance Manual For The Christian Homeschool - FREE Excerpt
In their guidance manual for the Christian Homeschool David Education Politics and Problems...... school…Given that that standardized test scores (sat and act) and portfolioor thanrequiring them to undergo additional types of standardized testing.
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Thank you for sharing your thoughts with us. We will now move on to a very important topic by way of an excerpt from Laurie and David's book: FREE excerpt from:
The Guidance Manual
for the Christian Home School
Chap 15: Preparing for Commencement Providing a diploma
What is a diploma anyway? Here is a dictionary definition: diploma: a document certifying the successful completion of a course of study. (Source: Word Net 1997 Princeton University) A diploma is a piece of paper (unless you use real sheepskin) that designates or confers the completion of some line of study. We find it interesting that parents who confidently homeschool turn to jelly when it is time to award the diploma. If you have homeschooled your child and he has completed your designated course of study for high school, you may and should award a diploma.

18. LHWHS - Ladue Horton Watkins High School - Guidance And Counceling
act sat Information standardized testing includes ninth graders taking the MissouriMastery Junior and senior students will take the act and/ore sat Tests
    Guidance and Counseling
    Voice Mail E-Mail Personal Counselors Cross, Jeffery Davis, Joyce Eaton, Richard Sailor, Chrystal College and Career Counselors Nissenholtz, A. Fox Ken Seven Basic Services of the Guidance Program:
  • Counseling. Individual and group counseling is available for students and parents regarding personal adjustment and behavior, academic concerns, and career planning. Orientation. Orientation consists of programs which help students, parents, and teachers understand the philosophy, activities, regulations, and procedures of the school. Activities are planned with students and parents when transferring from 8th to 9th grade and when entering from outside the district. Occupational and Educational Information. Career development counseling with appropriate educational and testing information is offered to students and their parents. Detailed files and reference materials are available in the College and Career Planning Center for post-graduation plans. Follow-up and Evaluation.

19. Peters Township  High School Guidance Announcements
You may register online for the sat or for the act PSSA, Stanford, DAT testing Dates. willnot be approved during the administration of standardized tests (PSSA
264 East McMurray Road · McMurray, Pennsylvania 15317 · Phone: 724-941-6250 · Fax: 724-942-0915 Guidance Announcements If you need to know, our school CEEB code is 390535. APRIL Local Black Association of South Hills for Women Scholarship for minority students. Contact Wilma Mc Neese 412-395-4562 before 5pm if you have any questions. Applications are in the CRC. Kid’s Chance of Pa. Scholarship given by the Pa. School Boards Association to children of workers who have been catastrophically injured or fatally injured as a result of a work related accident . kidschanceof The Keynotes of Music for Mt. Lebanon $4,500 First Prize- $3,000 Second-$2,000 Third-Applicants must be full time music major or plan to enroll as a full time music student. Instrumentalist must be under 26years of age and Vocalists must be under 30.

20. Owen J. Roberts High School: College Planning
Tours standardized testing act,Inc. Students Seeking an alternate test to the sat can take the act

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