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Andover High School - Guidance

Posted on: September 19, 2017

[ARCHIVED] Extended - PSAT Registration - Extended Deadline is 9/29/17

September 7, 2017

Dear Sophomore and Junior Parents,

This year the PSAT registration will be done through e-Funds. This is an on-line payment option for families and most of you are already familiar with it.         

e-Funds is currently used for making payments for bus passes, AP Exams, Year Books, etc.

Please go to the e-funds (website below) to register your sophomore or junior for the PSAT test that will be held on October 14, 2017 here at AHS.  Registration is open from Sept. 7th – Sept. 27th. After Sept. 27th you will not be able to register for the PSAT test, as E-funds will no longer be able to accept payment.  Please note, you will need to enter your students’ local ID #. You can find the local ID by logging into Aspen and going to the “My Info” tab, “My Details”, then you will see the Local Id#, or you can also find it on your students’ schedule. 

Students enrolled or eligible to participate in the Federal Free or Reduced Price Lunch Program will qualify for a fee waiver and should see Ms. Lenzi in the Guidance Office.

After registering your student, please let them know they can pick up a free study guide in the Guidance Office.  

Also, Kaplan has a great opportunity for students taking the PSAT. PSAT Prep Live, the only free, live online PSAT prep program is available to students. Sign up now and gain instant access to quizzes and practice tests for the PSAT. Then join Kaplan starting September 23 for live lessons. To register for KAPLAN go to


PSAT Test Date:    October 14, 2017

PSAT Registration from Sept. 7th – Sept. 27th – NO MORE registrations can be accepted after Sept. 27th deadline


Register on e-Funds (PSAT) below:

Please note: e-Funds for Schools secure electronic payment service is provided to the school by a third party service provider. The service provider has a nominal fee for their service. There is a $1.00 transaction convenience fee for each electronic checking payment that you make.  The system carries a Non-Sufficient Funds (NSF) charge if payment is “bad”.  For payments made by credit or debit card, there is a convenience fee of $2.65 per each $100 increment in the transaction. When you set up your account please review your options carefully.


Thank you,

Guidance Dept.

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