All students in grades 9-11 will take the PSAT in the fall. Students will receive their score reports and have their test books returned to them to review the exam and prepare for future exams. Students can also connect their PSAT scores with Khan Academy (through the College Board) for a free, personalized online test prep program.
SAT.org - for more information or to register for the SAT
ACT.org - for more information or to register for the ACT
We recommend that students take the SAT and/or the ACT during the spring of their junior years. This gives them the flexibility to take the test again in the fall of senior year if they are not happy with their scores. SAT Subject Tests are only necessary if students are applying to colleges that require or highly recommend them.
Not sure which test to take? Check these resources out:
ACT vs. SAT
SAT vs ACT Parent Handout
AP - Students who are taking Advanced Placement courses can register to take the AP exam in May. If students score a 3 or higher, they may earn college credit depending on the college that they choose to attend.
Keystones - The Keystone Exams are end-of-course assessments designed to assess proficiency in the subject areas of Algebra I, Biology, and Literature. The Keystone Exams are one component of Pennsylvania's new system of high school graduation requirements. Keystone Exams will help school districts guide students toward meeting state standards.