Testing and Test Preparation

PSAT Scores are now available online at studentscores.collegeboard.org for all 11th grade students who took the PSAT in October.

Students should have received an email from College Board containing their access code to their scores. If you need your access code, please ask your guidance counselor.

Watch this short youtube video to help in understanding the report:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nzCSIilL3WQ

To receive free, personalized SAT practice, students should send their scores to khanacademy.org.

Watch this short youtube video for instructions:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vhfaw8w4G2w

Guide for the Daily Practice New SAT App

In the spring of 2015, the Michigan Department of Education (MDE) announced that the SAT (not the ACT) would be the college readiness exam administered as part of the Michigan Merit Examination (MME). The SAT is part of the College Board’s Suite of Assessments, which includes the PSAT, the the PSAT 8/9 and PSAT 10. The state will also offer the PSAT 8/9 and PSAT 10 to ninth- and 10th-grade students free of charge in the spring.

The SAT has been redesigned and reflects what students are already learning in their classrooms. The redesigned SAT features these key content changes:

  • Words in context
  • Command of evidence
  • Essay analyzing a source
  • Math that matters most
  • Problems grounded in real-world contexts
  • Analysis in science and in history/social studies
  • U.S. founding documents and the great global conversation
  • No penalty for guessing

Learn More About the SAT’s Design

Read More About SAT Scoring.

SAT Practice Tips

To reinforce the work being done in classrooms and to help students prepare for the SAT, the College Board has partnered with Khan Academy to provide free, personalized practice resources for all students.

Go to Khan Academy for Official SAT Practice.

State Assessment Schedule for ninth, tenth and eleventh grade students. Twelfth grade students will not be required to attend school on these days.

Tuesday, April 11th


AM

PM

9th Grade

Students Report to the 10-12 Building

Normal class schedule

Normal class schedule

Lunch will be according to 5th hour teacher

10th Grade

Students Report to the 10-12 Building

Normal class schedule

Normal class schedule

Lunch will be according to 5th hour teacher

11th Grade

SAT Test at Freshmen Campus
(7:35am-noon)-dismissed after testing

Students dismissed for the PM

The media center will be supervised for any student who wishes to remain at school until the end of the day

12th Grade

No School

No School

Wednesday, April 12th


AM

PM

9th Grade

PSAT Test

Students report to the 10-12 building (7:35 - 11:06)

Students attend periods 5 – 7

Classes will be held in traditional location

Lunch based on 5th period teacher at FC

10th Grade

PSAT Test

Students report to the 10-12 building
(7:35 - 11:06)

Students attend periods 5 – 7

Classes will be held in traditional location

Lunch based on 5th period at 10-12 building

11th Grade

WorkKeys at Freshmen Campus
(7:35 - 11:06)

Students attend periods 5 – 7

Classes will be held in traditional location

Lunch based on 5th period at 10-12 building

12th Grade

Delayed Start

Students begin at 11:11 AM (5th Period)


For students taking the ACT, Mr. Frank Bernier offers an ACT Test Prep Workshop. Click here for locations, dates, times and how to register/pay.