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1. ACT Assessment Homepage
General information about the ACT college entrance exam.


3. General Information
Individual School Guidance Pages Standardized Testing Home Study General Information for Home Study ADDRESS HOME STUDY OFFICE

4. Standardized Testing Non-Standardized Testing
NonStandardized Testing General Information

5. Standardized Testing
Guidance Department General Information Standardized Testing College Planning Career Planning Senior Information To contact us

6. Walton High School Guidance Department
eChoices College Rankings FCAT Information Standardized Testing General Information http//

7. High School Guidance
standardized testing (SAT's, PSAT's, ITED's) particular and general college requirements one's abilities, interests, aptitudes, etc.

8. Richard P. Phelps' Home Page
Defending Standardized Testing. International. Testing. Education Finance U.S. General Accounting Office, Student Testing Current Extent

9. Wiscasset Primary School - Student Handbook 1997-98
Playground Rules General Rules - Pupil Services - Report Cards - School Attendance - School Closings - Snacks - Standardized Testing

10. PHS Standardized Testing Information
Requirements Enrollment Procedure General Information Homework and Missed Assignments Promotion Requirements Standardized Testing PHS

11. Scituate High School Guidance - Planning
Important standardized testing Information Definitions and Dates The following provides general information on the types of testing offered throughout
school system home page SHS Guidance
Guidance Information, News, College Visits and Upcoming Events ...
Post-Secondary Planning
Important Standardized Testing Information: Definitions and Dates Links for Researching Schools and Help with the College Process Financial Aid Information Scholarship Opportunities South Shore Area Resource List: Need Some help? SCITUATE HIGH SCHOOL
606 Chief Justice Cushing Highway
Scituate, MA 02066
Telephone: (781) 545-8750
Facsimile: (781) 545-8758 Important Standardized Testing Information: Definitions and Dates Test Dates Want to practice the SAT or ACT ? Here is a great site that has practice examinations for nearly every standardized test.
The following provides general information on the types of testing offered throughout high school. MCAS - MASSACHUSETTS COMPREHENSIVE ASSESSMENT SYSTEM What is the MCAS? Under the 1993 Education Reform Act, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts was given the authority to establish curriculum frameworks in English, mathematics, and other core subjects. The MCAS is a state-mandated test sponsored by the Massachusetts Department of Education that measures these state-wide academic standards. All full-time high school students are required to take and pass the English Language Arts and the Mathematics exam to qualify for a high school diploma.

12. PHS Guidance
Diploma Requirements standardized testing Enrollment Procedure The purpose and general overview of each school s guidance program will be included

13. Chesapeake Public Schools - Employment Listing
Supervises the coordination and interpretation of standardized testing; practices and procedures of school guidance counseling; general knowledge of
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Updated: 07/13/05 Position Title: Guidance Director Location: Salary: Teacher Scale Supervisor: William O. Joe, Principal Availability: ASAP Closing Date: August 2, 2005 The position listed below is currently available. All candidates who wish to be considered for this position must submit both a written expression of interest and a current resume to the Personnel Department no later than August 2, 2005.
Questions concerning this opening should be directed to the attention of Howard T. Gillette at 547-0153. POSITION SPECIFICATIONS CLASSIFICATION: Guidance Director SALARY SCALE: Teacher Scale EMPLOYMENT TERM: 10 + 1 ½ months SUPERVISOR: William O. Joe, Principal

14. Marion County Public Schools -- Guidance And Testing
It assesses high school students’ general educational development and their standardized test, has prescribed testing conditions so that the test is
Contact Information Staff Maps Calendar of Events Guidance Counselor Phone Directory Comprehensive Guidance Plan Info/Resources for Students/Parents Info/Resources for Counselors/Educators Testing Testing Calendar Testing Programs School Accountability Adequate Yearly Progress ... MCPS News
Testing Programs ACT
The ACT is one of two widely used college entrance exams. It assesses high school students’ general educational development and their ability to complete college-level work. The multiple-choice tests cover four skill areas: English, mathematics, reading, and science. The Writing Test, which is optional, measures skill in planning and writing a short essay. Advanced Placement Exams
AP courses are a vehicle to offer college-level content in single subjects to high school students without students leaving campus. The accelerated content involves extensive reading, writing and/or project work. In May, AP students take nationwide exams on a two-week testing schedule determined by Educational Testing Services (ETS). Through AP Exams, students have the opportunity to earn credit or advanced standing at most of the nation’s colleges and universities. In the summer, scores are reported to students, the school, and any colleges designated by the student on his/her answer document. Scores range from a low of 1 to a high of 5. Typically, colleges will award credit for scores of 3 or higher. Students should check with the college or university to determine how and if the college/university offers credit for Advanced Placement courses.

15. Guidance
All standardized testing in the South River Middle school is overseen by members of In addition to general student and school information, the guidance


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GUIDANCE SERVICES Guidance Counselors are available in each school in South River. One counselor works solely with the Elementary School (grades K - 4), two counselors are available at the Middle School (grades 5- 8), and three counselors are assigned to the High School. The Guidance Director is located at South River High School. The Guidance staff is available for academic, personal or career counseling, as well as parent concerns and questions. In coordination with the Director of Student Services and the Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction, the guidance department assists with the organization of the standardized testing program for the district. Please visit the Coin website. This site is an internet based career exploration program that utilizes effective tools that will guide students through the career planning process. Coin takes students on a journey that connects school and careers. The South River site ID is nj14543, and students will use their school ID to log on to the site.

16. Christiana High School - GUIDANCE
standardized testing Information. Students and Parents SAT Program designed to assess high school students general educational development and their
190 Salem Church Road Newark, Delaware 19713 PH 302-631-2400 FX 302-454-3490 Welcome About Christiana Administration Faculty Directory ... District Web Site QUICK LINKS GUIDANCE NEWS Fee Waivers for SAT’s and College Applications
Students who are eligible for the Federal Subsidized Lunch Program are also eligible to receive FEE WAIVERS for taking the SAT’s. The Fee Waivers are available in the guidance offices. Using a Fee Waiver to take SAT’s during the senior year, then makes the student eligible to receive a maximum of four Fee Waivers for college applications (accepted at participating colleges/universities). For more information about Fee Waivers, please contact the guidance office (454-2123, ext. 108)

17. General Academic Guidance And Policies
In addition to a wellequipped general library, the school maintains departmental and interests through individual conferences, standardized testing,
GENERAL ACADEMIC GUIDANCE AND POLICIES Back to Course Registration Booklet Back to High School Minimum Course Load
Students must normally take a minimum of 6 classes each semester, except for seniors taking three honors courses in which case the minimum is 5 classes each semester. These classes do not include independent study or audit. The recommended maximum course load is seven (7) classes. The school reserves the right to limit a student’s course load when appropriate. All students, except those taking three honors courses or those with special and compelling needs, must take at least four academic subjects per semester (i.e. those in English, social studies, math, science, and modern languages). Any deviation from these requirements must be approved by the counselor and principal. Students selecting an overload of more than 5 academic courses must have the approval of their teachers and counselor. Please direct questions concerning enrollment in specific courses to the appropriate counselor. Advanced Placement Courses
ASIJ offers Advanced Placement Courses to students who demonstrate the ability and desire to work, especially during their junior and senior years, at a level comparable to the first year of college in a given subject. At the completion of the AP course, the students are encouraged to take the Advanced Placement Exam in order to receive college credit in addition to earning credit toward graduation.

18. PHS Guidance: General Information
in writing on the form available from the Middle school or High school guidance offices. standardized test scores (PSAT, SAT and Stanford scores)

Access to Student Records Class Rank Diploma Requirements ... Virtual High School UNIT of CREDIT
The standard unit of credit for graduation shall be based on satisfactory completion of a designated course based on a minimum of 140 clock hours of instruction.
A verified unit of credit for graduation shall be based on satisfactory completion of a course based on a minimum of 140 clock hours of instruction and the achievement by the student of a passing score on the end-of-the-course Standards of Learning test for that course. TRANSFER of CREDIT
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MIDDLE SCHOOL CREDITS When students below the ninth grade successfully complete courses offered for credit in grades 9 through 12, credit shall be counted toward meeting the units required for graduation (Standards and Regulations for Public Schools in Virginia, 2000). The grades and credits of these students shall be recorded on the middle school student cumulative data card and the high school transcript when the student enters high school. Grades for high school credits earned below grade 9 are included in the student’s grade point average and class rank. In any high school credit-bearing course taken in middle school, parents may request that grades be omitted from the student’s transcript and the student not earn high school credit for the course.

19. USNEI-U.S. Institutions And Programs, Primary And Secondary Administration
general resources on school administration include standardized testing National Association of Test Directors (NATD) is the national professional
Information For Students Parents Teachers Administrators Information About Financial Aid Policy Programs

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Primary and Secondary Administration
Primary and secondary public schools are governed by local school districts and their boards. Policies and regulations tend to be uniform across all schools within a district except for charter schools and certain differences respecting grade levels and special needs schools. Individual schools are administered within the confines of these general requirements, so autonomy is limited. Private schools are self-governing, although their administrators are accountable to their boards and occasionally to policies set by religious authorities and other oversight groups.
General Information
General resources on school administration include: American Association of School Administrators (AASA) is the national association representing school, district, and state agency personnel who administer and supervise education.

20. Huron High School Guidance And Counseling - PSAT/NMSQT Tests
standardized Tests. PSAT/NMSQT (Preliminary Scholastic aptitude Test and National Merit To register for PSAT and AP tests, go to the general Office.
Standardized Tests PSAT/NMSQT (Preliminary Scholastic aptitude Test and National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test)
I nformation, applications and registration materials are available in the Career Center. YOU MUST REGISTER TO TAKE THESE TESTS. To register for ACT and SAT, mail in the forms. To register for PSAT and AP tests, go to the General Office.
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The PSAT is generally taken by juniors.
Saturday, October 16, 2004 is the test date. Registration at the general office opens Monday, September 3, 2004 and closes on Friday, October 8, 2004.
Pay $15.00 at the time of registration. The PSAT simulation dates are: October 2 at 8:00 a.m. at Pioneer and October 9 at 8:00 am at Huron.
All Michigan colleges will use these test results as one of their tools for determining admission. Online registration is accessible at http://www. Free practice workshops are available throughout the school year. Contact the Career Resource Center at ( 734)994-4438 for additional information. PSAT/NMSQT Preliminary SAT National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Tes t
The PSAT gives you first hand practice for the SAT and measures your verbal, reading, math reasoning abilities, and writing skills. High scores can earn you scholarship money and academic recognition.

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