Students in grade eleven take computer adaptive summative tests for both English language arts/literacy and mathematics (SBAC). They will soon be taking the California Science Test (CAST) once the test completes the field study phase and becomes a part of the existing SBAC assessment.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY ASSESSMENT FOR CALIFORNIA (ELPAC)
The ELPAC is given to measure English language proficiency in students who learned English as a second language. The results of this assessment determine the support students should receive for language development.
Students enrolled in AP courses have the opportunity to take AP exams in May each year. Passing AP exams can earn students college credit while they are still in high school.
This is a two-step process and both steps must be completed to access the AP classroom resources and/or order AP Exams.
Taking the Advanced Placement exams is an important part of all AP courses. Scoring well on an AP exam can often earn students college credit for their high school class, saving a significant amount on tuition.
Step 1: Begin the process by registering at www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/053725. Here you will indicate both the AP courses you are taking this year and the exams you wish to take. You will receive your join codes and directions to complete the second required step. Any exam fees will be paid online so be sure to have a debit card or credit card available before beginning registration.
Step 2: Use the join codes provided at the completion of step one to enroll the student's AP courses and exams in the College Board's system (https://account.collegeboard.org/login/login?appId=292&DURL=https://www.collegeboard.org/). You must complete both registration on Total Registration as well as through your Collegbeoard account to fully complete the process. Join codes for each AP exam and class are attached to this letter for Collegeboard.
The PSAT is a standardized test administered by the College Board and co-sponsored by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) in the United States. It is a good idea to take the PSAT to practice for the SAT.
If you're serious about joining the military, then you should consider taking the ASVAB. The ASVAB is a timed multi-aptitude test, which is given at over 14,000 schools and Military Entrance Processing Stations (MEPS) nationwide and is developed and maintained by the Department of Defense.