High School

Forms and Links

“Many homeschooled teens supplement their education with community college classes, taking over the direction of their education much earlier than other kids their age.” – Fox News,“First Wave of Homeschoolers Comes of Age,” April 5, 2002

 

  • The College Board Headquarters
    45 Columbus Avenue
    New York, NY 10023-6992
    646-254-8800
  •  ACT Registration Department
    PO Box 414
    Iowa City, IA 52243
    319-337-1270
  •  PSAT/NMSQT Office
    PO Box 6720
    Princeton, NJ 08541-6720
    609-771-7070 General Information
    888-477-PSAT (7728) Counselor Toll-free Hotline ONLY
    609-530-0482 FAX
    609-882-4118 TTY
    E-mail
  •  PSAT/NMSQT Services for Students with Disabilities
    PO Box 6226
    Princeton, NJ 08541-6226
    609-771-7137
    609-771-7944 FAX
    609-882-4118 TTY
  •  SAT
    College Board ATP
    CN 6200
    Princeton, NJ 08541-6200
    609-771-7600 (Princeton)
    415-849-0950 (Berkeley, CA)
  •  Advanced Placement Program
    888-CALL-4-AP or 609-771-7300
    609-530-0482 FAX
    E-mail
  •  Financial Aid Strategy Tool (FAST)
    800-626-9795
    703-707-5599 FAX
    E-mail
  •  CLEP
    PO Box 6600
    Princeton, NJ 08541-6600
    800-257-9558
    609-771-7088 FAX
    E-mail
  •  This web site has extensive information on the CLEP tests, and an abundance of info, from colleges across the country.
  •  College and University Enrollment Solutions (CUES)
    11911 Freedom Drive
    Suite 300
    Reston, VA 20190-5602
  •  Educational Testing Service
    Rosedale Road
    Princeton, NJ 08541
    609-921-9000
    609-734-5410 FAX
    E-mail
Take care! If you take too many CLEP tests, you may lose your freshman status. This may, or may not make a difference in your planning.