|Test||Grade Level||Materials Needed||Date|
|SAT||11th||Charged Chromebook WITH power cord, pencil, eraser, approved calculators if you choose (NO CELLPHONES OR WATCHES ALLOWED)||Tuesday, April 9, 2024|
|PSAT 10||10th||Charged Chromebook WITH power cord, pencil, eraser, approved calculators if you choose (NO CELLPHONES OR WATCHES ALLOWED)||Tuesday, April 9, 2024|
|PSAT 9||9th||Charged Chromebook WITH power cord, pencil, eraser, approved calculators if you choose (NO CELLPHONES OR WATCHES ALLOWED)||Tuesday, April 9, 2024|
|ACT WorkKeys||11th||#2 pencils, erasers, approved calculators (NO CELLPHONES OR WATCHES ALLOWED)||Thursday, April 11, 2024 (AM)|
|M-STEP Science and Social Studies||11th||Thursday, April 11, 2024 (PM)|
* Special education students may have a different schedule. Please contact your child’s special education caseload teacher as testing week gets closer for their individual schedule.
When should my child plan on being in attendance for their testing day?
All Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshmen will complete their College Board Test on Tuesday, April 9, 2024 during the normal school day. In addition, all Juniors will complete their ACT WorkKeys and M-STEP Science and Social Studies tests on Thursday, April 11, 2024 while in the building. These testing sessions require all students to attend as well, and will be taken during the normal school day schedule.
How will my child know where to report on their testing day(s)? What should they bring with them for their testing day(s)? Will safety protocols be in place during testing?
Schedules will be posted throughout the building as we get closer to testing days so that students know when and where they are to report, time frames for each test (and lunchtimes as well), and what they are allowed to bring with them. These will also be emailed to students prior to Spring Break.
Are students required to complete their test(s)?
Yes. These tests are mandatory by state law and free of charge.
What is the Vo-tech Schedule on these dates for Juniors? Seniors?
These schedules will be released prior to Spring Break..
Does my child need to do anything prior to their testing day?
Here are a few recommended tips before testing day(s):
Yes, if your child is taking the PSAT 10 or the SAT there is information your student will be required to provide during the pre-administration session (along with optional information like four free SAT score sends, opt-in to the Student Search, and an optional student questionnaire). Here is information about two of these optional sections, and a link to provide consent for your student to complete:
1 – Student Search Service
As a parent, you can provide consent for your student to opt-in to the Student Search Service when they complete their answer sheet. Student Search Service connects students with additional colleges and scholarship organizations by sharing information with participating organizations, which will provide you and your student with:
• information about colleges and universities that match your student’s academic interests
• information on financial aid and scholarships to help deserving students access scholarships they’ve earned
• information about majors, courses, and degree options
The College Board only shares data with eligible colleges, universities, and scholarship and educational opportunity programs that signed an agreement to communicate with students only for the purposes listed above. These entities most often connect with students based on expected graduation date, cumulative grade point average (GPA), score range, and intended college major.
2 – Optional Student Questionnaire
As a parent, you can provide consent for your student to participate in the optional questionnaire. The information from these questions will be added to their College Board student record. Your child’s responses to the optional questionnaire:
2 – BigFuture School and Connections
If you are interested in having your child opt into the Student Search Service, and/or complete the optional Student Questionnaire, then you must fill out the following link by March 1, 2024. Otherwise, students can log into their own College Board account and sign up for the Student Search Service or BigFuture School/Connections (recommended).
|SAT Date||Registration Deadline||Late Registration Deadline|
|October 7, 2023||September 7, 2023||September 26, 2023 (for registrations made online or by phone)|
|November 4, 2023||October 5, 2023||October 24, 2023 (for registrations made online or by phone)|
|December 2, 2023||November 2, 2023||November 21, 2023 (for registrations made online or by phone)|
|March 9, 2024||February 23, 2024||February 27, 2024 (for registrations made online or by phone)|
|May 4, 2024||April 19, 2024||April 23, 2024 (for registrations made online or by phone)|
|June 1, 2024||May 16, 2024||May 21, 2024 (for registrations made online or by phone)|