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ALL Transcript requests must be submitted via Naviance a minimum of 15 SCHOOL DAYS (not calendar days) prior to the college’s application deadline. Note the following request deadlines for typical Early Decision and Early Action application deadlines:
College Application Deadline
Transcript Request Must Be Submitted in Naviance By
January 1 (regular decision deadline for many colleges)
Colleges may have other deadlines than the examples listed above. Consult each college’s admissions information for specifics. Regardless of the deadline, your transcript request must be submitted at least 15 SCHOOL DAYS prior.
Matching Naviance and Common Application Accounts
***NEW: Video Tutorial: Matching Your Naviance and Common App Accounts
In order to send your transcripts and recommendations to Common Application colleges, you must match your Naviance account to Common App. The following tutorial will provide 5 easy steps to do so:
Upper Dublin High School prides itself on being a very supportive community. There are many people and programs available to help students cope with difficult and stressful life situations.
Guidance Counselors are trained to assist students and families with a wide range of issues. If you need help, or are concerned about your child or a friend, talk to your counselor. He or she will assist you, or refer you to the appropriate resources in school or the community.
Behavioral Health Coordinator
Joanne DeGirolamo works with staff, parents and students to ensure optimal education potential and success for all students by providing education, consultation and counseling. Topics include adolescent developmental issues, mental health concerns and substance use. Students can meet with Mrs. DeGirolamo based on self-referral, peer or staff referral. Counseling is confidential and available on an individual or small group basis. Mrs. DeGirolamo may be contacted at 215-643-8900 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Assistance Program (SAP)
In Pennsylvania, a Student Assistance Program (SAP) is available in all schools to provide help to students with specific issues that might be interfering with learning. The SAP team at Upper Dublin High School is made up of administrators, counselors, teachers and the school nurse who have been trained to intervene with students who are dealing with alcohol/drug use, suicidal ideation, depression or anger issues. Through an agreement with Northwestern Human Services, students may obtain an assessment (at no cost to the family), and be referred to appropriate counseling resources in school or the community. Referrals are provided through self-referral, peers, teachers, guidance, administration and parents. To make a SAP referral, please click the following link. If you have an immediate crisis or concern please contact your child’s school counselor or Mrs. DeGirolamo, Behavioral Health Coordinator in the Guidance Office.
To obtain an Unofficial Transcript for your own use, contact Joanne D’Andrea, Guidance Secretary at 215-643-8900, ext. 2011 or email@example.com. (NOTE: please provide at least three days notice to prepare your transcript.) Please submit the Records Release Form for Unofficial Transcripts.
Upper Dublin Graduates:
Upper Dublin High School has partnered with Parchment to order and send your transcript and other credentials securely. Please see link below.
Obtaining Working Papers Procedure As Required By The Pennsylvania Department Of Labor:
Working papers are processed through the Guidance Department, 215-643-8900 ext. 2011. Hours are 7:15 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. Monday through Friday. (This also applies during the summer.)
If you are a student at Upper Dublin High School, you do not need proof of age. Once applications are obtained they must be returned with signature of parent or legal guardian; then the work permit will be issued and signed by the student.
If the student is NOT enrolled at Upper Dublin High School and is at least 14 years of age, proof of age must be provided (acceptable documentation may be birth certificate, baptismal certificate, or passport). If both the student and the parent or legal guardian come together the whole process can be completed at that time.
The School District Of Upper Dublin
1580 Fort Washington Avenue Maple Glen, PA 19002 215.643.8800