Testing Information

Testing Dates/Information 2020-2021


Testing letters and information for this year are posted as links for each test. Each student, for each test session, receives specific information on room testing assignments and a time to report for each test administration.

2020-2021 Testing Date Calendar

PERT – The PERT test is an untimed test that serves two purposes for our students.
It allows students to qualify for dual enrollment with DSC and in addition, can qualify as a Math graduation concordant score for current seniors only.  Study guide available.

FSA ELA – this Florida Standards Assessment test is administered 4x yearly for grades 9 and 10.
Retakes, for grades 11 and 12, are available 3x yearly as students are required to pass this test to meet graduation requirements for Reading.  Practice Tests Available.

FSA EOC – In the areas of Geometry, Algebra, USHistory, and Biology students are required to sit for an end of course exam which counts as 30% of their grade for the year.  This exam is required to earn credit for these courses.  In addition, scores at a Level 3 or higher are required on the  Algebra EOC to meet graduation requirements.  Starting in the fall 2020, students may substitute a passing Geometry EOC score for an Algebra score to meet graduation requirements.  Practice Tests Available.

SAT (in school)* – This new test for Grade 12 students ONLY is offered to allow all students a free opportunity to earn a college entrance SAT score for admittance.  Students may decide to report their scores directly to colleges and universities and/or post to their high school transcripts with the test offered during the school day.  Student Guide available.

ACT NCR* – This non-college reportable testing opportunity is offered to seniors in the fall and seniors/juniors in the spring.  The purpose is to earn a concordant score that will fulfill a mathematics and/or reading graduation requirement towards a high school diploma. ACT.org

AP Testing – Each year students are offered an opportunity to take an AP exam in the subject area matching their course enrollment.  College Board scores transfer to many colleges/universities toward course credit.  Review your college/university of choice to better understand what/how many credits can be applied to your course of study.   AP student link

AICE Testing – Students enrolled in a Cambridge AICE course can qualify for college credit based on a score from Cambridge AICE.  Review your college/university of choice and AICE diploma options to better understand what/how many credits can be applied to your course of study.

ASVAB – hosted by the military, this test is offered on our campus for students interested in obtaining an entrance score for acceptance into any branch of the us military armed forces

PSAT – The PSAT is offered to Grade 9 and Grade 10 students each fall.  This is a preliminary SAT.  The PSAT/NMSQT is offered to Grade 11 students as a National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. 10/14/20 Rm Assmts