Testing for Freshman

Your freshman year includes important testing that include your PSAT (practice SAT) and End of Course Testing (also called EOC or AIR testing).  

PSAT Testing: 

All freshman will take the PSAT.  This is the practice SAT and it is given during the fall of your freshman year.  This information is important for your future college planning.  

Students take the PSAT 8th and 9th grade year followed by the PSAT-NMSQT (National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test) 10th and 11th grade which leads directly to taking the SAT which is the college entrance test during spring of 11th grade.

The PSAT scores allow students to track their progress toward college readiness!  Classroom guidance lessons will happen during freshman year to set up your Khan Academy and College Board Account. 

Khan academy creates an individualized study pathway for students based on their latest test scores.  Khan should be accessed through the Clever Portal.

End of Course Testing (EOC or AIR)

Students will take End of Course or AIR testing in the following subjects during Spring of their freshman year:
Algebra 1 

End of Course Exams are important to students as they demonstrate competency and assist students in earning their required diploma seals.  Look for information from the district, school, and counselor as testing gets closer.