Please take some time to look over our site. In our forms section you can find all the forms you need to register, re-register, and apply for a transcript or diploma.
We've expanded the Getting Started section to include more information to help you get started homeschooling quickly. We've reworked the High School section to provide more information on what courses your student needs to take and all the things your student will need to graduate. We've also included a handy option for you to submit your high schooler's grades by email.We now have a free blog which allows us to offer more timely updates about field trips and other opportunities for your family as well as more thought-provoking articles. Be sure to follow our blog so that you will receive an email each time we add something new. We would love to see you interacting with each other and us by leaving comments in the comment section. We are also on Facebook and Twitter. If you would like to follow us see the blog post here (http://pheadigest.blogspot.com/2012/07/twenty-first-century.html
In addition, we now email some of the opportunities in order to get the information to you in a timely fashion. We enter all the emails into this service (which we manage). If you find you do not want this email, simply use the unsubscribe button at the bottom of the form.
The PHEA staff has been working hard to make our services as helpful to you as possible. We are excited about the changes we've made this year and we anticipate that they will help us provide you will even better service in the years to come! If there is something you would like to see on the website or a question you would like answered on the blog, please let us know.
Update August 9, 2013We are updating all the transcripts as the forms are submitted with the applications. Martha is currently working on the transcripts of the upcoming seniors while Nanette is beginning on the juniors.. If you need a copy of the transcript by a specific date (registering for dual credit or something else) please let us know and we will get it out to you right away. We anticipate finalizing the junior class ranking (for the current seniors) in September and mailing out the transcripts for the seniors shortly after that.
PHEA requires standardized testing for students in high school. (We do not require testing for special needs students.) This applies to student in 9th -11th grade. Twelfth graders only need to take the testing if we have no previous test scores or you want your student to try to improve their scores. The parents may choose any of the national tests (eg: Stanford, Iowa, SAT, ACT) to meet this requirement. We no longer offer testing as BJU Press has opened a test center that provides more services at a lower cost than we are able to. We strongly recommend that your student take the PSAT in 9th or 10th grade. The 11th grade PSAT is the qualifier test for the National Merit Scholarship. We encourage you to have your student take the SAT or ACT in their junior and senior year. If the parent feels that the junior year SAT or ACT scores are adequate, they may waive testing during the senior year. We MUST have SAT or ACT scores from previous years in order to waive the senior year testing.
PLEASE USE PHEA'S CODE (410293) WHEN REGISTERING FOR THE PSAT, SAT OR ACT
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If you are looking for Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency try this
This is the website for the college loan program that is often confused with PHEA.
If you are a PHEA high school student looking for scholarship information, please go here: High School Information