• Professional School Counselors are certified/licensed educators with a minimum of a Master’s Degree in School Counseling, making them uniquely qualified to address all students’ academic, career, and personal/ social development needs.
  • Graduates:  final transcripts must be requested through the online Naviance program.  Final transcripts will be available by June 4. 

    How to Request Transcripts in Naviance



    Once you are at the Login page:


    If this is your FIRST time logging into Naviance:


    Your username will be lowercase s followed by your student ID. Even though it says to enter an email; still use the format listed above. DO NOT ACTUALLY ENTER AN EMAIL ADDRESS!

    (EXAMPLE s123456)


    Your password will be capital S followed by your student ID then your date of birth. If your student ID number is 123456 and your birthday is January 16, 2000…your password will look like thisà (S12345620000116).


    ***Remember when you are entering your date of birth, it is the full year, month (2-digits), and then day (2-digits)***


    Once you get logged in, you will be able to change your password to something you can remember!


    Once you have logged in to your account:


    To Send Transcripts:

    1. Click the “College” Tab at the top of the home page.
    2. Select “Colleges I’m applying to”
    3. Click “Request Transcripts” on the right side of the screen
    4. Select either the initial or final transcript you wish to have sent
    5. Search the school(s) you wish to have your transcript sent
    6. Click “Request and Finish.”


    To Add Colleges to Your Profile: (if they are not listed for the above task)

    1. Click the “College” Tab.
    2. Go to “Colleges I’m Thinking About”
    3. Click “Add Colleges to List”
    4. On the right scroll bar, click the college you wish to add. Once done, scroll back to the top and click “save selected”.
    5. Click “Finished Searching”
    6. Click “Add to Colleges I’m Thinking About” (again)
    7. Click “Move to Application” in the top right corner.
    8. Check the “I’ve already sent my application” box and select “Add and Request Transcripts”


    You’re all done. Spend some time on Naviance and check out all these fabulous amenities:

      1. National scholarship list
      2. Career interest profiler
      3. Current tasks assigned to you under the “Tasks Assigned to Me” tab.
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  • Seniors:  follow these steps to access and complete the MANDATORY Senior Survey.

    Go to:  https://connection.naviance.com/family-connection/auth/login/?hsid=halls

    Username (Email) is Lowercase s, followed by Student ID (ex. s123456)

    Password is capital S, followed by student ID, followed by four-digit birth year, followed by two-digit month of birth, followed by two-digit day of birth (ex. S12345619991120)

    Once you get logged in, you can change password to something you'll remember.


    To Complete Senior Survey:

    1.  Click on About Me in upper right corner

    2.  Click on My Surveys

    3.  Click on Surveys Not Started

    4.  Choose Senior Survey

    5.  Complete survey and click update (you should be able to return and update scholarship information as needed)


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  • CollegeBoard's AP exam week is May 7-18, 2018. Please see the schedule for testing date, time, and location. Deadlines for test ordering was March 30th, the absolute deadline with fees is April 20th. Please contact your School Counselor with questions or concerns. Please check website and Remind for changes and more information. 2018 AP Testing Schedule. Pre-administration sessions will be scheduled soon. 

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  • Halls High School will be partaking in the State-wide Junior ACT testing day on March 20th. This is a free opportunity for students to take the college entrance exam, which is also a graduation requirement for Tennessee schools.

    On Thursday, March 8th, Juniors will report during first block to the cafeteria for a mandatory pre-administration session. Students who do not complete the pre-administration session will not test per ACT requirements. They will also receive a booklet to familiarize themselves with ACT expectations and protocols, as well as their leave early permission slip.  

    Students will need to bring a #2 pencil when they report to the cafeteria, as well as to their testing center on March 20th. They must also bring an appropriate form of identification, which is laid out in their ACT booklet. On test day, please leave your cell phone in your car or at home. Happy testing!!!

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  • The PSAT/NMSQT will be given to interested 10th and 11th graders on Wednesday, October 25th during 1st and 2nd blocks.  The cost to take the exam is $16 and must be paid at the time of registration.  Please see Mrs. Miller in Guidance to sign up.  Space is very limited and priority registration will be given to Juniors.  The cut-off date for all registration is October 6th. Fee Waivers are available to qualifying 11th graders.

    The PSAT is an optional standardized assessment given once each year to students interested in participating in the National Merit Scholarship Competition. 
    In addition, the PSAT provides great practice for taking the SAT and similar college admissions exams.  Only students who are taking the PSAT during their 11th grade year are eligible to compete in the National Merit Scholarship Competition.  10th grade students may choose to take the exam as practice.  

    Visit http://www.nationalmerit.org/ or https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/psat-nmsqt-psat-1

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  • ATTENTION COLLEGE ADMISSION REPS: We are now using repvisits.com to schedule Admission Representative visits!

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  • TN Governor's School applications are now available. For more information visit http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools

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