UPCOMING INFORMATION - NEW 2020
March 4 - SAT School Day
Arrive to school on time and report to your assigned location
Juniors bring No. 2 Pencil and Calculator for SAT
Remember NO ELECTRONIC DEVICES allowed during testing!
Get ready for Test Day
NEW SAT Prep-Khan Academy: www.khanacademy.org/test-prep/sat
ATTENTION STUDENTS!!! The Broward County Libraries will be hosting a FREE SAT/ACT workshop for college-bound students. See flyer below for more information.
Florida Standards Assessment (FSA)
FSA ELA Reading and Writing
FSA Algebra 1 and Geometry
Here are a few helpful links for preparation of the ACT:
Main Sat Website: www.actstudent.org
March 2 Success: www.march2success.com/index.cfm
Test Prep Review: www.testprepreview.com
Number 2: www.number2.com
The main site for Advanced Placement information is www.collegeboard.org
Important Exam Information
THERE WILL BE NO MAKE UP EXAMS. YOU MUST BE PRESENT ON THE DAY THE TEST IS ASSIGNED OR YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO TAKE YOUR AP TEST THIS YEAR AND YOU WILL FORFEIT YOUR 2 QUALITY POINTS.
MORNING EXAM STUDENTS- STUDENTS WHO ARE TAKING A MORNING EXAM ARE EXPECTED TO BE IN THE TESTING ROOM AT 7:30 AM THE DAY OF THE TEST. STUDENTS WHO ARE PLANNING ON SIGNING OUT AFTER THEIR EXAM MUST HAVE A PARENT PHYSICALLY COME IN TO THE SCHOOL TO SIGN THEM OUT. FAXES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
AFTERNOON EXAM STUDENTS- STUDENTS WHO ARE TAKING AN AFTERNOON EXAM ARE EXPECTED TO BE IN THE TESTING ROOM BY 11:30 AM. MANY AFTERNOON EXAMS DO NOT FINISH UNTIL AFTER THE SCHOOL DAY. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE STUDENT TO ARRANGE FOR TRANSPORTATION HOME.
LUNCH- If you will be missing lunch because of your AP exam, you will need to bring in a bag lunch on that day.
Items Needed To Test
Two #2 Pencils
Additional Items Needed
Graphing Calculator- Check with your AP Teacher
FLORIDA END OF COURSE EXAMS
ATTENTION PARENTS!!! As a result of Senate Bill 4, signed into law effective July 1, 2010, the State of Florida is phasing in a required Algebra I End Of Course (EOC) exam beginning THIS school year. While students in other grades will have to take the EOC exam, the results of the exam will ONLY impact the grades of current 9th grade students who are enrolled in Algebra I. The EOC exam will count 30% of the student's final grade in the course. New State Law Effective May 2011, NO LONGER requires 9th grade students enrolled in a course higher than Algebra I (i.e. Geometry, Algebra 2) to take the EOC exam. In addition, we have been selected to administer the Geometry end of course exam which will begin implementation next school year. Students who are in Geometry will be taking this EOC, however it WILL NOT impact student grades this year. The EOC exams will be administered during the third week of May 2011. For more information regarding EOC exams, please click on the link below.