Counseling Department

    Phone: (908) 464-4716
    Fax: (908) 464-5118
    CEEB CODE: 310-999Pioneers

    Jillian Shadis -EXT.622

    Mary Clements -ext. 620
     Lindsay Gnudi -ext. 623

    Kristy McCauley -ext. 625

    Christine Noppenberger -ext. 651
     PowerSchool Contact
     Kim Thompson - ext. 464
     Note: Additional information and attached documents can be found by clicking on the event and then "more details." 

    2017-2018 SAT Test Dates
    Test Date Normal Deadline Late Registration Ends Scores Available Online
    8/26/2017 7/28/17 8/8/17 9/21/17
    10/7/17 9/8/17 9/1/17 10/26/2017
    11/4/17 10/5/17 10/17/17 11/26/2017
    12/2/17 11/2/17 11/14/17 12/22/17
    3/10/2018 2/9/2018 2/20/2018 4/5/18
    5/5/2018 4/6/2018 4/25/2018 5/24/2018
    6/2/2018 5/3/2018 5/15/2018 6/28/2018

     2017-2018 ACT Test Dates
    Test Date Registration Ends Late Registration Ends
    9/9/2017 8/4/2017 8/18/2017
    10/28/2017 9/22/2017 10/6/2017
    12/9/2017 11/3/2017 11/17/2017
    2/10/2018 1/12/2018 1/19/2018
    4/14/2018 3/9/2018 3/23/2018
    6/9/2018 5/4/2018 5/18/2018 
        7/14/2018          6/15/2018                  6/22/2018

    FAFSA Information

    The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form will begin using prior-prior year taxes  and the filing window will now begin in October.  Click  here for the latest processing chart.
     Click here to go to the Higher Education Student Assistance Authority (HESAA).

    Virtual College Tours  

     Use this link to take virtual tours of many colleges:    http://www.youvisit.com/colleges 

    Financial Planning For College
    All New Providence High School families are invited to create an account  with Invite Education. This allows you and your family to  understand the options for saving for college and how much you would be expected to pay for each child based on your unique financial situation.  Customized search results indicate the possible academic fit and how affordable it might be while offering additional strategies to reduce the cost.

    To create and account go to:  https://nphs.inviteeducation.com/   

      Method Test Prep

    We are pleased to announce that through a generous NPEF grant students may now enroll in Method Test Prep for online SAT/ACT test preparation. This resource will give students  the flexibility to sign in  and work on SAT/ACT test preparation as their schedules permit. This program provides skills reinforcement, vocabulary words, sample tests  and so much more.  Please click on the Method Test Prep information in the left hand navigation bar to learn how to create an account and get started.  We thank the NPEF for their continued support of New Providence High School students. 

    Student Loan Information
    Student Loan Information
    Offered by the New Jersey Higher Education Student Assistance Authority (NJHESAA).

    9th Grade Reach Higher- Choosing Your College Path:  http://www.hesaa.org/Flipbooks/ReachHigher/index.html

    College Access Navigator
    College Access Navigator is an early awareness and financial aid event resource available to all New Jersey residents.  Go to: http://www.njasfaa.org  to see what is happening in our area.

    Transcript Information
    The Board of Education has approved a policy which requires a transcript fee for college applications beyond the 8th request starting July 1, 2011. The first 8 transcripts are free and a fee of $25.00 will be charged for each transcript beyond that. The fee may be reduced or waived due to financial hardship in accordance with free and reduced lunch guidelines. 

    Selective Service

    All male students are required to register with selective service within 30 days of their 18th birthday.
    Students may register at the local post office or on the web at www.sss.gov.

    Welcome To Family Connection by Naviance
    Click here to log in

    Naviance is a powerful web-based program that has been a welcome addition to many Guidance Offices around the country. Family Connection can be used for college planning and searches, career information and so much more. Students and parents receive their log in information in the late fall of their freshman year. We encourage students and parents to log in and visit often. If you need assistance with log in or general questions check the user guide in the left hand navigation bar on this website or contact your child's guidance counselor. We welcome you to this family connection.
    Freshman are encouraged to sign in and  look around to become familiar with the many tools available and begin to build their resume. The sophomores are encouraged to do the Career Interest Profiler while juniors and seniors are expected to use the resources available to assist with the college process.
Last Modified on July 3, 2018