How I do see my Counselor?

BHS counselors are meeting with students by appointment only (unless it is an emergency).  

  Schedule an appointment with Mrs. Sloan (last names A-D)
 Schedule an appointment with Mrs. Weiss (last names E-K)
 Schedule an appointment with Ms. Drinkard (last names L-R)
 Schedule an appointment with Mrs. Tye (last names S-Z)

 BHS Summer Credit Recovery

BHS summer program will be focused on Credit Recovery Courses. Credit Recovery Courses should be selected in consultation with each student’s school counselor. Credit Recovery coursework will be delivered through the APEX online learning system, assisted, facilitated, and overseen by certified teachers. Students will complete the coursework in person. These courses are tailored to each student and are mastery-based, which means the length of time students must spend in Credit Recovery will vary and is dependent upon mastery of course objectives.

Program Details for Credit Recovery

  • June 27 - July 28, 2022 (no class July 4 & 5)
  • All classes held at Berkley High School
  • Monday - Thursday, 8-10:15 am or 10:20 am - 12:30 pm
  • Fee - $100 per credit recovery class for students attending Berkley Schools. The fee is $220 per class for out of district students.  Any Berkley Schools student who is eligible for free/reduced meals will receive a reduced rate of $25/class.
  • Additional details are available in the High School Summer Learning & Credit Recovery document

Registration - Now Open!

 April SAT, PSAT 9 & PSAT 10 scores released

Viewable in student's College Board account

Scores have been released to students in their College Board accounts beginning on May 4th. Some students’ scores may be released later due to testing in the accommodated testing window, missing information on the answer sheet, answer sheets received late, or other exceptional conditions that require additional attention. Scores for these students will be released daily as they become available.  (NOTE: BHS will not have access to student scores until June 21st.)

If a student is having trouble logging into their College Board account, they should call the College Board’s Student Helpline at 866-756-7346.  BHS does not have access to College Board account information for students.

Matching Student Scores to a College Board Account

If a student is signed into their College Board account but does not see their scores, it may be that CB was not able to link their score report and account automatically. For security reasons, a student must verify additional information before scores can be displayed.

To match, the student will:

  1. Log in to the College Board website or create a College Board account.
  2. Select "Matching Tool".
  3. Follow the instructions on the screen.
  4. The student will select "I can supply my test information.:

There may be cases in which students will not be able to view their scores using the steps above; this may be because their information is inconsistent, the student has multiple College Board accounts, or their scores have not been released yet. If students cannot view their scores, they should call the College Board’s Student Helpline at 866-756-7346


 April WorkKeys scores released June 30th

Viewable in student's MyWorkKeys account

Students can view their scores online and print their own National Career Readiness Certificate starting June 30, 2022 by creating their free account at www.myworkkeys.com.

Students will provide the following five matching criteria when creating an account:

• First name
• Last name
• Month of birth
• Day of birth
• State Assigned Student ID Number (Unique Identification Code (UIC)).  A student's UIC can be found in MiStar under Demographics.  

 AP scores will be available starting Tuesday, July 5th

You’ll be able to access them online with your College Board account username and password.

If a student is having trouble logging into their College Board account, they should call the College Board’s Student Helpline at 866-756-7346.  BHS does not have access to College Board account information for students.

Matching Student Scores to a College Board Account

If a student is signed into their College Board account but does not see their scores, it may be that CB was not able to link their score report and account automatically. For security reasons, a student must verify additional information before scores can be displayed.

To match, the student will:

  1. Log in to the College Board website or create a College Board account.
  2. Select "Matching Tool".
  3. Follow the instructions on the screen.
  4. The student will select "I can supply my test information.:

There may be cases in which students will not be able to view their scores using the steps above; this may be because their information is inconsistent, the student has multiple College Board accounts, or their scores have not been released yet. If students cannot view their scores, they should call the College Board’s Student Helpline at 866-756-7346

Berkley High School has partnered with ParchmentExternal Linkto order and send students and alumni transcripts securely.  ParchmentExternal Linkrequests are filled within 2-3 business days.  

Graduates from the Class of 2005 and earlier:

Pease contact Berkley High School Registrar, Lesli Wyatt directly at lesli.wyatt@berkleyschools.org or (248) 837-8141.

Since 2018, the Berkley Digital Food Bank has been accepting donations from members of the community and beyond.

With those generous donations, we purchase gift cards redeemable for food and groceries. Berkley High School Counselors then discreetly distribute these gift cards to identified students and families needing support.

Without community support, however, the Berkley Digital Food Bank could not be possible.  Your generous donations provide us with the continual funds that help our District families in their time of need.

Please clickhere to donate to the Berkley Digital Food Bank.  Thank you for your support!

Community Service is not required to graduate from Berkley High School

Current seniors who submit 75 community service hours or more by March of their senior year will receive a Community Service cord to wear at graduation. 

Students may keep track of their hours, in whatever manner they choose.  BHS Counseling Department has created this log, should students wish to use it.  Documentation must include: the service activity, activity date, amount of hours, and signature of volunteer supervisor verifying the hours were performed. 

Note: BHS Counselors will collect Community Service logs in early March of their senior year. Students are responsible for maintaining the logs until that time.

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May 23, 2022
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Volume 109

*new* Opportunities for Seniors!  *upcoming* College events for Juniors!  *lots* of jobs postings!

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Volume 108

Upcoming College events, *more* leadership, community service opportunities!

May 9, 2022
BHS Counseling Department News
Volume 107

*new* Career Events, *upcoming* College Events, *new* Job Postings, *new* Scholarships + Leadership opportunities!

 Any college, university, or trade school interested in scheduling a visit at Berkley HS, please contact Christina Belsky via email.  

Upcoming BHS Counseling Dates & Events!

  • 26 May
    • College Essay Workshop for Juniors
      Date: May 26
      Time: 12:40 PM to 1:20 PM
      Location: LMC
      Calendar: BHS Counseling Department Calendar
      Register here!  Come to the LMC @ lunch to learn about writing college essays!  Bring your lunch, laptop, and a friend!
  • 31 May
    • Study Abroad in Israel Info Session
      Date: May 31
      Time: 12:40 PM to 1:20 PM
      Location: BHS Career Center
      Calendar: BHS Counseling Department Calendar

      Alexander Muss High School in Israel Info Session May 31st at lunch in BHS Career Center

      Alexander Muss High School in Israel (AMHSI) is a pluralistic study abroad program with 6-week summer programs, 8-week program during the year and a semester program.

      This is a high school unlike any other, where education is imparted through experience and history is infused into everything you do.  While keeping up with classes from Berkley and gaining important college preparatory skills, you will also be traveling and learning about Israel through first-hand experience. 

      Join us on May 31st in the BHS Career Center during lunch to learn more about this unique study abroad opportunity or contact Sunny at snayberg@jnf.org.

  • 2 Jun
    • Common App Tour for Juniors 12:40 PM to 1:20 PM
      Common App Tour for Juniors
      Date: Jun 2
      Time: 12:40 PM to 1:20 PM
      Location: LMC
      Calendar: BHS Counseling Department Calendar
  • 1 Oct
  • 12 Oct
  • 1 Nov
  • 10 May
    • Virtual Berkley High School Junior Financial Aid Night
      Date: May 10
      Time: 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
      Calendar: BHS Counseling Department Calendar

      Requested format: virtual

      Participant Registration link: https://oakland-edu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIoduyvqj0rH9T-3vo-DiA-BokEQWwwF6oP

      Thank you for inviting me to provide a financial aid outreach program! Please visit our Financial Aid Outreach website for counselors if you would like to host additional events or make changes to your reservation for this event. I will set up approximately 15-30 minutes prior to the event (virtually or in person). I offer early bird scheduling, so if you’d like me to hold a date for this event in the future, I’m happy to discuss available dates! In case of emergency or change of plans on this event date, please feel free to reach out to me via cell phone at 586-610-7633. 

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