UHS Transcript Request forms are available in the Counseling Center. Once a complete form is received, counselors have 10 SCHOOL DAYS to process the request. All materials must be available for processing.
Welcome to the School Counseling Department! We are here to help with course selection, scheduling, academic support, personal concerns, or college and career planning.
- To discuss a question or concern, or to schedule an appointment, students and families may contact their counselor directly by telephone or email (go to Find My Counselor if needed) or simply call the office at the number above.
- Please note that we will respond as quickly as possible, but may need a day or two to get back to you.
We are pleased to announce the launch of our Counseling Center Webinar Series. We have received a great deal of feedback that our evening events are difficult to attend with everyone's busy schedules. With that feedback, we decided to put together a variety of webinar series that cover the same information provided in the 10th and 11th grade evening presentations.
The webinars can be found by visiting the high school website and then clicking on the school counseling tab. Then, click on "College Planning" on the left hand side. You will see a box titled "UHS Counseling Center College Planning Webinar Series." When you click that box, each webinar will show up. You will have to download the webinar onto your computer. Open the document and click "Play slide from the beginning." Be sure your sound is on! We encourage you to watch all of the webinars regardless of your child's grade level. At the end of each webinar is a survey to provide feedback. Help us help you by letting us know your thoughts on our webinars!
All 10th and 11th grade students who took the PSAT on October 10th can expect their scores to be available on or shortly after December 10th-12th.
Students were instructed to provide an e-mail address on their answer sheet on test day. Students who entered that information (and all other identifying information) correctly will receive an e-mail reminder explaining how and where to view their scores.
10th Grade Students - If you do not already have an account at www.collegeboard.org, you will have to create one - use the same e-mail address you entered on PSAT day.
11th Grade Students - Ideally you entered the same e-mail address on your answer sheet that you used last year in 10th grade. If so, log back in to your College Board account to view your scores. If not, the College Board may have been able to connect your scores for you, but if not, you will need to contact the College Board directly to help them resolve your account issues.
For account/log in issues, you will need to reach out to the College Board directly. Counselors do not have the ability to access or reset account information for students on the College Board website. Contact information is below:
Students and Parents
Students and parents are encouraged to review the score report and utilize the free resources the College Board offers to understand and improve their scores.
If you have any other questions related to the PSAT/NMSQT, please reach out to your child's school counselor.
email@example.com ext 3073
firstname.lastname@example.org ext 3108