Each student is unique and deserves the opportunity to tell their story on their own terms. To provide students with greater flexibility, the application process to UChicago became test-optional in 2018. Since this change, thousands of students have chosen to apply to UChicago without standardized testing, instead choosing to highlight their successes in other inspiring and distinctive ways.
College Planning & Resources
Keystone Virtual College Fair 10/1/2020-11/6/2020
2020 Financial Aid Night Presentation and Video
Naviance is a college and success planning tool designed to help high school students plan their college search, communicate with their school counselors, and stay on top of tasks and assignments related to career exploration and the college application process. Naviance is also where you will upload your artifacts for Career and College Readiness. If you do not know your User-Name and/or Password, please stop in to the counseling center and speak with Mrs. Smith or Mrs. Einstein. NAVIANCE College Search Tools.pdf
Looking for information and insight about college admissions from those who know it best? You can find the wonderful Mr. Jeremy Branch on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, & Google Podcasts!
Highlights include Goucher’s unique programs, such as:
Upcoming July Virtual Events
Thank you for your ongoing support for your students and their families during these challenging times.
Throughout the coming months, we look forward to hosting a series of online events aimed at helping students navigate the college search process from anywhere in the world. We invite you to share these with your community and to join us if you are interested. Stay tuned for more to come!
Please register for all sessions that are of interest 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.
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.
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: