High School Testing

Please note, dates and testing rooms within the zoned school are subject to change.

Fall Assessments

PSAT/NMSQT

Description - (Computer Based Test *CBT & Paper Based (*Paper)

  • College Admission prep-test and to qualify for the National Merit Scholarship Programs.
  • For parentsClick Here
  • Practice Test/Review: Click Here

 

Parent Letters: Please read your grade level letters carefully. 

Grade 8/9  Click Here
Grade 10 Click Here
Grade 11 Click Here

 

Who Takes the Test?

  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11 (fee: $18)

 

Testing Window (TW) and Registration (R)

  • TW: Oct. 13

 

Test Site Dates/Test and Procedures

Click Here

PERT (FALL)

Description - (Computer Based Test *CBT & Paper Based (*Paper)

  • Placement test designed to identify necessary competencies for success in entry-level college courses, includes mathematics, reading and writing. *CBT
  • Click Here for More Information

 

Who Takes the Test?

  • Dual Enrollment Candidates

 

Testing Window (TW) and Registration (R)

 

Test Site Dates/Test and Procedures

Click Here

SAT SCHOOL DAY

Description - (Computer Based Test *CBT & Paper Based (*Paper)

  • The Scholastic Aptitude Test, many colleges and universities use the results for admission purposes.  
  •  For more information: Click Here

 

Who Takes the Test?

  • Grade 12

 

Testing Window (TW) and Registration (R)

 

Test Site Dates/Test and Procedures

Click Here

    WINTER EOC

    Description - (Computer Based Test *CBT & Paper Based (*Paper)

    • Algebra I, Geometry, Biology 1 and US History: Measures education gains and progress, graduation requirement. This is a computer-based assessment.
      • *CBT

     

    Who Takes the Test?

    • 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th graders that have not taken, sat through all parts of the assessment, or have not passed the test

     

    Testing Window (TW) and Registration (R)

    CIVICS LITERACY EXAM

    Description - (Computer Based Test *CBT & Paper Based (*Paper)

    • College-level civics exam, if passed with a 60% or more colleges will accept the score earned in high school, not a high school graduation requirement but all 12th-grade students must participate.
      • *CBT

     

    Who Takes the Test?

    • Grade 12

     

    Test Site Dates/Test and Procedures

    • TW: Nov. 29-Dec. 16

     

    Spring Assessments

    ACCESS

    Description - (Computer Based Test *CBT & Paper Based (*Paper)

    • A tool to measure proficiency in the English language.

     

    Who Takes the Test?

    • ELLs & ESOL

     

    Testing Window (TW) and Registration (R)

    • TW: Jan. 24-March 10
      • Students will be contacted individually by the ESOL teachers.
    PERT (FEB.)

    Description - (Computer Based Test *CBT & Paper Based (*Paper)

    • Placement test designed to identify necessary competencies for success in entry-level college courses, includes mathematics, reading, and writing.
      • *CBT
    • CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION

     

    Who Takes the Test?

    • Dual Enrollment Candidates

     

    Testing Window (TW) and Registration (R)

    • TW: Feb. 14-18
    • Registration: CLICK HERE
    • R closes: January 31, 2021, at 11:59 pm

     

    Test Site Dates/Test and Procedures

    Click Here

    FSA ELA & ALGEBRA 1 EOC RETAKE

    Description - (Computer Based Test *CBT & Paper Based (*Paper)

    • Measures education gains and progress, graduation requirement.
      • *CBT

     

    Who Takes the Test?

    • 11th and 12th graders that have not taken, sat through all parts of the assessment, or have not passed the test.

     

    Testing Window (TW) and Registration (R)

    • TW: Feb. 21-March 10
    ACT/NCR

    Description - (Computer Based Test *CBT & Paper Based (*Paper)

    • American College Testing/Non-college Reportable, students can take this test to earn a concordant score for FSA ELA and Algebra 1 EOC.
    • Please be advised that parent/guardian and student must sign and return this letter before the day of the ACT. Students that do not have the letter signed will not be able to participate. 
    • The letter:CLICK HERE FOR THE LETTER

     

    Who Takes the Test?

    • Grade 11 and 12

     

    Testing Window (TW) and Registration (R)

    TW: March 8-10

    FSAA

    Description - (Computer Based Test *CBT & Paper Based (*Paper)

    • Designed for students whose participation in the general State assessment is not appropriate, even with accommodations. Based on FL Access Points.

     

    Who Takes the Test?

    • ESE

     

    Testing Window (TW) and Registration (R)

    • TW: March 21-April 29
    FSA ELA

    Description - (Computer Based Test *CBT & Paper Based (*Paper)

     

    • Writing Component
      • *Paper

    •  Measures education gains and progress.
      • *CBT 

     

     

    Who Takes the Test?

    • Grade 9 and 10

     

    Testing Window (TW) and Registration (R)

    • TW: April 4

    • (Makeups through April 15)

    SAT SCHOOL DAY

    Description - (Computer Based Test *CBT & Paper Based (*Paper)

    • The Scholastic Aptitude Test, many colleges and universities use the results for admission purposes.
    • For more information: CLICK HERE

     

    Who Takes the Test?

    • Grade 11

     

    Testing Window (TW) and Registration (R)

    • TW: April 13

     

    Test Site Dates/Test and Procedures

    Click Here

    PERT (APR.)

    Description - (Computer Based Test *CBT & Paper Based (*Paper)

    • Placement test designed to identify necessary competencies for success in entry-level college courses, includes mathematics, reading, and writing.
      • *CBT
    • CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION

     

    Who Takes the Test?

    • Dual Enrollment Candidates

     

    Testing Window (TW) and Registration (R)

    • TW: Feb. April 18-22

     

    Test Site Dates/Test and Procedures

    Click Here

    CIVICS LITERACY EXAM

    Description - (Computer Based Test *CBT & Paper Based (*Paper)

    • College-level civics exam, if passed with a 60% or more colleges will accept the score earned in high school, not a high school graduation requirement but all 12th-grade students must participate.
      • *CBT

     

    Who Takes the Test?

    • Grade 12

     

    Testing Window (TW) and Registration (R)

    • TW: April 18-May 27
    FSA ELA

    Description - (Computer Based Test *CBT & Paper Based (*Paper)

    • Measures education gains and progress.
      • *CBT

    Who Takes the Test?

    • Grades 9 and 10

    Testing Window (TW) and Registration (R)

    • TW: May 2-5
    • (Makeups through May 27)

    SPRING EOC ADMINISTRATION

    Description - (Computer Based Test *CBT & Paper Based (*Paper)

    • FSA EOCs (Algebra 1 and Geometry)/ NGSSS EOCs (US History and Biology 1), measures education gains and progress, high school graduation requirements.
      • *CBT

     

    Who Takes the Test?

    • Grade 9, 10, 11 and 12

     

    Testing Window (TW) and Registration (R)

    • TW: May 2-27
    •  (Makeups through May 27)
      • Wednesday, May 18th and 25th—no testing for NGSSS, 1 session for FSA due to early release
    CAREER AND TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY EXAMS

    Description - (Computer Based Test *CBT & Paper Based (*Paper)

    • Industry certification

     

    Who Takes the Test?

    • For students taking these course(s).

     

    Testing Window (TW) and Registration (R)

    • TW: As courses are completed.
    AP EXAMS

    Description - (Computer Based Test *CBT & Paper Based (*Paper)

    • Designed to measure how well a student has mastered an AP course’s content.
      • *Paper

     

    Who Takes the Test?

    • For students taking these course(s).

     

    Testing Window (TW) and Registration (R)

    • TW: May

      • To be announced

     

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    Testing Calendar

    High School District Testing Calendar

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    Important Steps to Follow:

    ***Please complete all of the below steps before taking the test(s) or the day of the test as applicable:

    1. VOL students are required to register for the test(s). Registrations close at 11:59 pm on the specified day (see table below and email communications).
    2. Students will be testing on their personal laptops.
    3. The FSA Secure Testing Browser must be downloaded onto the laptop you are using for testing, Browser Instructions
    4. You must bring the “testing ready laptop with the FSA Secure Testing Browser” to your zoned school the day of the test(s). Make sure it is charged and that you have your charger with you.
    5. Be on time the day of the test and report to the Main Office. From there, students will be directed to their testing rooms. They will then return to the Main Office for pick-up.
    6. You must sit through all parts of the tests to meet the requirements.
    7. As per the Volusia County School Board, masks are encouraged, but not mandatory.
    8. Make sure you have made transportation arrangements; this is the parent or guardian’s responsibility.

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     Testing Coordinator Information

     

    Name Title Phone Email
    Ida Sierra Testing Coordinator (386) 734-7190 Ext. 74603  Click Here to Email