Proctors Ensure Course Integrity
As an accredited high school, UNHS has requirements associated with test taking. A proctor is required to administer closed-book progress tests. A proctor may also help set schedules and monitor student’s progress.
Who Can Be a Proctor
- Current or retired teachers, counselors, administrators, head librarians or extension educators
- Military base education officers, chaplains and higher level commissioned officers
- Embassy or consulate officials
If transferring credits to a local school, the local school must approve the proctor by submitting the Local School Approval form. This will ensure a smooth transfer of course credits.
Who Cannot Be a Proctor
- Family members of students may not serve as proctors unless approved by UNHS administration or the student's local school on record, and then only in extraordinary circumstances.
- NCAA students should not use their coaches as proctors due to NCAA guidelines.
A Resource Guide for Proctors
The Proctor Guide is a complete resource for proctors and includes details about proctoring tests, troubleshooting advice and basic dos and don'ts.