The High School for Law and Public Service will offers the PSAT to students in the 10th and 11th grades.  Currently, the Department of Education has provided the exam free to all students.  The PSAT serves as practice for students who will take the SAT Reasoning Test as part of the college admission process.  

The College Board provides PSAT test-takers with a comprehensive score report that contains valuable information for students preparing for the SAT Reasoning Test.  Score reports are returned to students in mid-December of each year.  The College Advisor will assist students in interpreting their score reports and identifying the areas and skills for which further preparation is required.

PSAT/NMSQT Score Reports and interpretive materials are mailed to schools by December 2014.
Students can access "My College QuickStart" at www.collegeboard.org/quickstart


FALL 2014 
TEACHERS & STUDENTS! (please note)
Marking period two ends November 26, 2014.

TEACHERS: Grades are due Monday, December 8, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. 
STARS Classroom. You can log in directly to this portal and enter the grades for each of your classes using your DOE credentials. 
Today, 12/22/2014
High: 43 Low: 40
Chance rain
39% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 12/23/2014
High: 53 Low: 47
Chance rain
51% chance of precipitation.