State and District Standardized Assessment Testing Information
After students return from Spring Break, Grant Community High School will be administering the state-required SAT Suite of Assessments to all freshmen through juniors on Tuesday, April 9, 2019. The school day will begin as normal at 7:40 a.m. with students reporting to their assigned testing location. All testing will be completed between 12:30 to 12:45 p.m. and normal bus transportation home will be provided at that time. The testing that a student will participate in depends on the student’s grade level. On Wednesday, April 3, freshmen, sophomore, and junior students will receive a notice through their TEAM room that indicates the test the student is scheduled to take, the testing room location to report to that morning, and the necessary materials the student needs to bring for testing. Parents should make sure their student has received that information. Below you will find some more specifics about the tests the students may be taking.
Seniors – Seniors will not be in attendance on Tuesday, April 9, 2019. We strongly encourage seniors to use this day for college visits, finishing up college entrance paperwork, job shadowing or job searches.
Juniors – All juniors are required to take the state-required SAT with essay exam . This is a college-reportable SAT score. The make-up date for juniors to take the SAT exam will be on Tuesday, April 23.
Sophomores – All sophomores are required to take the PSAT 10 from the College Board to better prepare them for the SAT exam they will take next year as part of the state-required college and career readiness exam. The make-up date for sophomores to take the PSAT 10 exam will be between Wednesday, April 10, and Monday, April 22.
Freshmen - All freshmen are required take the PSAT 8/9 from the College Board to better prepare them for the SAT exam they will take their junior year as part of the state-required college and career readiness exam. The make-up date for freshmen to take the PSAT 8/9 exam will be between Wednesday, April 10, and Monday, April 22.
For all three of these exams, students should bring their ID, a calculator and number 2 pencils on the testing day of Tuesday, April 9.