Postgraduate Center

Conveniently located off the senior hall, the Postgraduate Center provides a variety of resources for our students. This is Post Grad Roomthe central location for college, trade school and military visits to PHS. Students have an additional area equipped with Chromebooks to work on their Naviance Tasks, search for postgraduate opportunities and fill out college applications. Students can also seek advice in searching for scholarships or to practice interview skills. Drop in at any time!

Deadlines for Requesting Transcripts for College Applications

In order for PHS to send transcripts, all requests need to be made through Naviance.  In order to meet deadlines, we ask that all requests are made a minimum of 10 business days prior to the application deadline. Please keep in mind that additional documents (letters of recommendation, teacher and counselor evaluation forms) beyond a transcript are required for applications being submitted through the Common App and must be completed prior to the transcript request deadline.

How to Request Transcripts

Class of 2020 Final Transcripts

Final transcripts have been submitted for the class of 2020.  Transcripts were sent to the institution(s) listed in the 2020 District Senior Graduation Survey, including NCAA and NAIA if registered. 

Alumni Transcripts

All alumni records are housed at the District Office.  Requests can be made at the following link:

Request for Educational Records


2019 Post Grad Night Presentations

Making the Most of Your Campus Visit - Adrienne Loveland, University of Wyoming
Finding the Right College Fit - Kylie Rigdon, University of Tennessee
The College Application Process - Kristen Kugler, South Dakota School of Mines
Writing Your College Essay - Miles Burdick, University of Redlands
Applying For Financial Aid & Scholarships - London Bulgarelli, University of Oklahoma

  College Information Sessions

Throughout the year, counselors will attend information sessions hosted by various colleges.  The document below has information provided from those sessions.

College Information Sessions:  Counselor Notes

 

Misty MurphyMisty Murphy
Postgraduate Liaison
mdmurphy@dcsdk12.org
303.387.4105

Postgraduate Press

May 21 - Issue 21

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