Official PCHS Transcripts
Order your official PCHS transcript through Parchment Exchange! This is a free service required by PCHS to request your transcripts. It is free to send your transcripts to any College or University in the state of Illinois, there may be a fee attached by an out of state receiving school. 

**Please do not create a Parchment account if you are a current student.  These accounts will be created with your counselor at the beginning of your senior year. **

College Visits

Representatives from various Colleges and Universities visit during both fall and spring semester. A list of upcoming visits is posted outside of the counseling office and on Naviance. If you are interested in attending any of these visits, you must sign up in the Counseling office or thru Naviance prior to the visit and pick up a pass the morning of the visit in order to be released from class.

The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) hosts FREE college fairs featuring colleges across the country. Visit www.nacacfairs.org for more information.

Family Connection from Naviance Succeed
Family Connection is a comprehensive website that students and parents can use to help in making decisions about colleges and careers. Family connection is linked with College Planner, a service that we use in our office to track and analyze data about college, so it provides up-to-date information that’s specific to our school. The family connection site is specific to our school and includes announcements on college representative visits, local scholarships, and allows interaction between the students, counselors, teachers, and parents. Visit our school’s Family Connection site at:

Students, to login use your graduation year, ,first initial, last name and your password. Parents, contact Ms. Wilkin (hwilkin@pchspanthers.com) to have an account linked to your student created.

Illinois Regional College Fair
Guide for Using Your College Fair Effectively

Senior College Day Procedure
Per the PCHS Student Handbook:

College, occupational visitations, or interview days. (Maximum of two days
during high school during senior year.) These must be requested and
approved TWO days in advance. A form can be obtained from the School Counseling office. These days do not count as an absence from school, and do not apply towards total days missed for taking semester exams. There will be NO college visits during the last two weeks (10 regular class days) of class prior to the first day of exams.

PAY ATTENTION to early college application deadlines! You will miss out on college/university specific scholarships if you don’t apply by their deadlines (often in late fall).

Links to a few colleges/universities
Exploring College Options Bradley Millikin SIUC SEMO Quincy
Eastern Illinois University Western Illinois University St. Louis University Mizzou Wash U University of Health Sciences  &  Pharmacy of St. Louis
University of Southern Indiana University of Evansville Illinois State University U of I Urbana Champaign U of I Springfield U of I Chicago
SIUE McKendree Maryville Illinois College Northern Illinois Northeastern Illinois University
RLC JALC KC Murray State Greenville Blackburn

NCAA Eligibility Center
All athletes who intend to play Division I or II sports in college
need to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center. To receive any athletic scholarship money, you MUST be registered. PCHS NCAA Eligibility Center code is 9999. There is a $90 fee. Register as soon as possible.

Click for NCAA Educational Resources.

NAIA Eligibility Center

PlayNAIA.org is the official clearinghouse for NAIA eligibility. Every student-athlete must register with the NAIA Eligibility Center to play sports at an NAIA college or university (Division III).