• Students who plan to attend a 4 year college are required to take a college entrance exam, either the SAT or the ACT.  In order for your son/daughter to have accommodations for these exams, it it necessary for you to complete the forms requesting the accommodations. 
    Students with Disabilities Form must be completed well before the actual test date in order for the student to receive these accommodations in time for the exam. These forms are available in the student success center of the guidance department of Hatboro-Horsham High School. However, if you would like to call and have a form sent to you the #is 1-609-771-7137.  This form only needs to be filled out one time during your son's/daughter's high school career.  In addition to the form, ETS (Educational Testing Service) requires that there is current documentation of a diagnosed disability. This means a cognitive test and achievement test must have been performed to initially identify a student's needs and the needs reviewed within the past three years by a qualified psychologist. If these requirements are not met and the proper documentation is not on record at the high school, it is the responsibility of the family to have the testing completed . Please contact the school psychologists at the Special Services Office to receive the names of qualified psychologists who are available privately to conduct these tests if you need a referral. 
    SAT registration applications are available in the student success center of the high school or may also be completed online  at www.collegeboard.com.  

    Important Information About U.S. Registration

    • U.S. deadlines apply to students testing in the United States, U.S. territories, and U.S. commonwealths
    • U.S. registration materials that are mailed must be postmarked by the U.S. deadlines.

    Registering Late

    If you are testing in the United States, U.S. territories, or U.S. commonwealths, and you miss the registration deadline, you still have time to submit a registration, but you must pay a late fee. Note that late registrations made by mail have a different deadline from those made by phone or online.

    PSAT: This test is usually taken during the 10th/11th grade year and is offered only one time during the school year in October. The Students with Disabilities Form must be completed if accommodations are requested.