General Information

  • If the student has an IEP (ESE students) or a 504 Plan, please be aware that accommodations provided in the classroom and on State tests such as the FSA and ELA are NOT AUTOMATICALLY PROVIDED for College Board (SAT, AP, PSAT, Subject Tests) testing or ACT testing. Accommodations must be applied for to the test companies with the assistance of designated school personnel. Decisions about accommodations are made by the companies based on recent documentation of the disability, test data supporting the need for accommodations, and timely submission of the application. The websites of the two companies contain information about the process and time lines.

    • Deadline for PSAT is always mid August
    • Deadline for AP exams is usually February
    • Deadline for IB exams is May of the year prior to them
    • All other deadlines are per test

    www.collegeboard.org

    www.act.org

    If you wish to apply or need information, please contact your counselor in the Student Services Department.

Testing Schedules

End of Course (EOC) Exams

  • End of Course Exams (EOC) are taken in Algebra I, Geometry, Biology, U.S. History and Algebra 2.  All tests are taken on the computer.  Students are given the opportunity to take practice tests and use the tools provided on the computer.  Depending on the year you enter 9th grade determines the factors of whether you have to pass the EOC or it is only 30% of your final grade in that course. (Refer to graduation requirements to see details)

    Cell Phones are not allowed to be on the student's person during the actual test.  Please leave devices at home if at all possible.  If seen using during testing, the device will be taken and sent to the Testing Center for the State and may not be returned.

    Practice tests are available at www.FLAssessments.com/ePATs

     

ASVAB

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    If you're serious about joining the military, then you must take the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB).

    The ASVAB is a timed multi-aptitude test, which is given at over 14,000 schools and Military Entrance Processing Stations (MEPS) nationwide and is developed and maintained by the Department of Defense.

    Please visit their website for more information.

    Test is usually given in December. 

FSA

  • FSA information is available from the Florida Department of Education. Please check their page and don't forget to check the school's calendar in April/May and the schedule posted in the News section of the front page of our website.

    Florida Department of Education - FSA

    Cell phones are not allowed to be on the Student's person during the actual test.  If seen using during the test, the phone will be taken and sent to the State Testing Center and may not be returned.

     

PERT testing

ACT/SAT/PSAT

  • The SAT is three hours and thirty-five-minute exam that measures skills in the areas of Critical Reading, Mathematics and Writing. The scores are used for college admissions purposes because the test predicts readiness for college work.

    The ACT is America's most widely accepted college entrance exam. It assesses high school students' general educational development and their ability to complete college-level work.

    The PSAT exam provides students with a practice test in preparation for the SAT I. It is also used in the selection of the top juniors in the country for the awarding of National Merit Scholarships.

    More information and testing schedules.