Testing Services

Testing

Academic assessment is absolutely essential to a strong educational program. The results of these tests provide valid and reliable data needed to evaluate the effectiveness of your educational program. The required testing for all students consists of:

  • Pennsylvania State School Assessment Tests (PSSA) as established by the Legislature will be administered at the required time and grade levels.

  • Final exams will be administered at the end of each school term in the following academic areas: English, Mathematics, Science, Foreign Languages, and Social Studies. The grade for each of these tests will appear as the Final Exam grade on the student report card and will be equivalent to a nine-week grade in computing the final grade for each course.

RESOURCES FOR YOU:

Samples of the SAT and ACT are available for students to become familiar and better prepared with taking either or both of the entrance exams.

The PSAT and SAT are essential when planning to attend college.
Registering for the PSAT and SAT has never been easier.
Register early for this year’s college entrance exams at CollegeBoard.com

The Carlynton High School Code is:  390570

College Entrance Exam Dates for the current school year:

 SAT EXAM OFFERINGS - CLICK for dates, times and location

 ACT EXAM OFFERINGS - CLICK for dates, times and location

Registration Deadline: September 22  |  Late fee if registered after deadline

The test is also administered at the University of Pittsburgh: click here.
For more information on the ACTclick here.

To register for any college entrance exam, visit the online links available on this page or stop in the guidance office. 


ADVANCED PLACEMENT EXAMS

DATES to be provided

AP US Government & Politics 


AP English Literature & Composition


AP US History

AP Biology

AP Calculus

AP English/Language Composition

Frequently Asked Questions about the Testing Process and other valuable information

Virtually all colleges and universities throughout the U.S. will accept either ACT or SAT scores.One advantage of the ACT is that you don't have to report your scores to colleges unless you choose to do so.

The ACT includes four testing areas: English, reading, math and science. Students also receive career-planning information based on an interest inventory they complete when they register for the test.

The College Board - Everything You Need - www.collegeboard.org

  • Register for the SAT

  • Practice for PSAT/NMSQT, SAT, AP Exams

  • Search for colleges

  • Send scores

  • Apply to colleges

  • Calculate college costs

  • Find scholarships

  • Complete CCS/Financial Aid Profile

Mon.     May 6    AP US Govt and Politics
Wed.     May 8    AP English Literature and Composition
Friday   May 10  AP US History
Mon.     May 13  AP Biology
Tues.    May 14  AP Cal AB
Wed.     May 15  AP Language and Composition
Mon.     May 6    AP US Govt and Politics
Wed.     May 8    AP English Literature and Composition
Friday   May 10  AP US History
Mon.     May 13  AP Biology
Tues.    May 14  AP Cal AB
Wed.     May 15  AP Language and Composition
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