Where can my student get their PSAT/NMSQT Scores?

Students can get their scores for all PSAT-related assessments, as well as for the SAT, by logging in to Student Score Reports with the username and password they use for their College Board account.  If they don't have an account, it's easy to Create One.

PSAT Exam Coming October 16, 2019

The PSAT/NMSQT and PSAT 10 are highly relevant to your future success because they focus on the skills and knowledge at the heart of education. They’ll measure:

  • What you learn in high school

  • What you need to succeed in college


If you think the key to a high score is memorizing words and facts you’ll never use in the real world, think again. You don’t have to discover secret tricks or cram the night before. The best way to prepare for the test is to:

  • Take challenging courses

  • Do your homework

  • Prepare for tests and quizzes

  • Ask and answer lots of questions

In short, take charge of your education and learn as much as you can.


When is the PSAT?

October 16, 2019 right here on the SDHS Campus.


Who is taking this exam?

All students in the class of 2021 & 2022.


How Much does it cost?

For all class of 2021 & 2022 the PSAT exam is free as the San Diego Unified School District is funding the cost of the exam. 

For More Information: https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/psat-nmsqt-psat-10


Student Rosters with Room Locations (Alph by School)

9th, 10th & 11th Grade Student Roster

SAN DIEGO HIGH - ALL 3 Schools Roster (PDF)

9th, 10th & 11th Grade Student Roster

SAN DIEGO HIGH - ALL 3 Schools Roster (EXCEL)

9th, 10th & 11th Grade


9th, 10th & 11th Grade


9th, 10th & 11th Grade


9th, 10th & 11th Grade


9th, 10th & 11th Grade


9th, 10th & 11th Grade


12th Grade Student Roster


12th Grade Student Roster


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Staff Roster & Roles

12th Grade: Please Read!

Information for Seniors on PSAT Day!


Where do I go?

After checking into your 1A class you will go to the following location:


*If you are a City College student you will be going to your City College class first and then reporting to your assigned room immediately after.

*If you have assigned time home 1A then you will immediately report to your assigned room as soon as you get on campus.



What to bring to school on Wednesday 10/16/19 :


  • A copy of your Transcript!  If you do not have a printed copy then let your AVID teacher  or Mrs. Sorensen in counseling know ASAP!

CALCULATORS: When you take the PSAT/NMSQT you can use a calculator for part of the Math Test, but it has to be an approved type.


Bring One of These Calculators:

  • Graphing calculator (most models permitted; see Student Guide for list)

  • Scientific calculator

  • Four-function calculator (not recommended)


Leave These Devices at Home:

  • Anything that can connect to the internet

  • Anything that makes noise or "talks"

  • Calculators that use electrical outlets

  • Calculators with QWERTY keypads

  • Tablets or cellphones

  • Laptops or handheld computers

  • Paper-tape calculators

  • Calculators with a pen-input device or stylus


Calculator Smarts:

  • Bring your own calculator. You can’t share one.

  • Don’t bring a brand-new calculator. Bring one you know.

  • Practice for the test using the same calculator you’ll use on test day.

  • Decide how to solve a problem, then decide if you need your calculator. This might surprise you, but calculators don't always save time. In fact, the Math Test includes some questions where it’s faster not to use a calculator, even though you're allowed to.