Standardized Testing

12th Grade - ACT WorkKeys
Seniors took the ACT WorkKeys test on October 6, 2020. Click the youtube link to hear more about score results and how they are used. Scores from the October 6th test have been emailed to each student. 

11th Grade - ACT with Writing
This test will be given to current juniors on March 9, 2021. Students have access to an online prep course called ACT Online Prep. Students have been sent login information in their school email accounts.

10th Grade - PreACT
The PreACT was given to 10th graders on October 6, 2020 for this school year. Score reports are in and given back to the students in English Class. Virtual students should schedule an appointment. Click the youtube link to hear more about score results and how they are useful.

9th Grade - no standardized test at this time

ACT Dates (you can test at Holly Pond - seats are limited)
February 6, 2021 (Deadline January 8, 2021 -late Jan. 15)
March 9, 2021 (Current high school Juniors ONLY)
April 17, 2021 (Deadline March 12, 2021 - late March 26)
June 12, 2021 (Deadline May 7, 2021 - late May 21)

Registration Link 
Practice Info
Current 11th Graders - ACT Online Prep - paid for by ALSDE
Login:student email address 
password: broncos
*Current 11th Graders will take the ACT at school on March 9, 2021.

All Students
ACT Academy - free
Make your own account.

Students go to Google Classroom, Click Classwork, ACT, fill out fee waiver request form. If you are eligible, the fee waiver will be sent to your school email. 

Who should take the ACT?
The normal timeframe for taking the ACT is Junior and Senior year. Sometimes younger students may want to take the ACT to get a baseline score to see what they need to work on. If a student takes the ACT in March for the first time as a Junior, you will have approximately two chances to increase your score before University deadlines on December 1. The ACT is normally offered 6 times a year. 

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