UHS Counseling Center Newsletter

December 2021

9th Grade Conferences

Attention 9th Grade Students!

Your school counselor will be scheduling your 9th grade conference with you! This is an opportunity to review academic, career, and personal goals, as well as discussing your transition to high school with your school counselor. Be sure to check your email for an E-Hall pass to attend this meeting.

PSAT Scores

Scores released on December 7, 2021.

Test Booklets will be returned to students on December 8, 2021 to their first period class teachers.

How to Access Your Scores

If you provided your email address on your answer sheet on test day, you'll receive an email notifying you of when your scores are available.

The email will have a unique access code that will connect you to your scores online. If you haven't already done so, you'll be asked to set up a free College Board account before you can view your scores.

If you didn’t provide an email address on your answer sheet on test day, you can still access your scores online. If you haven't already done so, you'll be asked to set up a free College Board account before you can view your scores.

Don’t have a College Board account? Save time and set one up now.

Watch this video to learn what's on your score report

Learn more about what your scores mean and how they’re calculated.


Students are strongly encouraged to synch their College Board account with Khan Academy for personalized SAT practice. Here is a video link on how to connect accounts:

About Official SAT Practice on Khan Academy | Test prep | Khan Academy

Khan Academy Free SAT Test Prep

Additional links to learn more about the test as well as practice and review questions:



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 CollegeBoard website. Contact information is below:

Students and Parents: 866-433-7728

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Virtual Fashion Open House for Prospective Students at University of Delaware

Students are invited to attend the University of Delaware Virtual Fashion Open House hosted by the UD Department of Fashion and Apparel Studies.

Participating students will have the opportunity to:

  • Meet with faculty and current studies and hear their experiences and advice
  • Learn about department majors, minors and experiential learning opportunities
  • Gain insight into scholarship and study abroad opportunities

WHEN: Tuesday, Jan. 11 @ 5 p.m.
WHERE: Zoom (Click this link and use the passcode: UDFASH)
WHO: High school juniors and seniors
RSVP TO: Cissy Kelly at kellycj@udel.edu

QUESTIONS: Email Cissy Kelly at kellycj@udel.edu or call (302)-831-8713

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The Technical College High School (TCHS) Open House

Join us in person on Wednesday, December 8, 2021, from 6-8 p.m. for an Open House to learn more about our programs.

Students spend their days gaining industry skills, earning college credits and building friendships...all at TCHS! TCHS is a place where students get to explore the things that interest them through a hands-on approach. It's a public, part-time and career-focused educational program for high school students in Chester County. TCHS is a supportive community of educators, industry and college partners and students who share common interests. TCHS is where students get to apply the skills they learn in the classroom to real-world situations and confidently walk away with a roadmap for their future.

RSVP for the Open House today!

Virtual Information Session Senior-Only Programs

Save the date for a virtual Information Session on Tuesday, January 11, 2022, at 6:00 p.m.!

Interested high school juniors and their parents will have the opportunity to hear from TCHS instructors and ask them questions about Allied Health and Teacher Leadership Academy, senior-only programs at TCHS.

Register today!

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SimpleStarts connects high school students with local job opportunities. As UHS high school students ourselves, we recognize the difficulties that come with finding a job, as it's mostly word of mouth and window advertising, but we strive to create a centralized, one-stop platform that allows high school students to easily find jobs that suit their needs.

Updated 2021-2022 School Counselor Caseload

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