Accountability, Research, and Measurement
High School Testing

The District Assessment Calendar lists which assessments are required for students in grades nine through twelve. 

Below you will find links for specific assessments. Here you will find the following information:

  • General Information about the test
  • Specific testing windows
  • Preparing your child for the test
  • Accessing your child’s test results
  • Interpreting your child’s test results

FAST ELA Reading Grades 9-10

End of Course Assessments (BEST Algebra 1, Biology 1, BEST Geometry, U.S. History)

FCLE (Florida Civic Literacy Examination)

NWEA MAP Growth Testing - Algebra 1 and Geometry

PSAT/NMSQT

ACT Testing

SAT Testing

There is an assessment requirement for graduation.  Student must achieve a Level 3 or above on the Grade 10 ELA Reading and Algebra 1 End of Course assessments.  In the event that your child does not pass either of these assessments, there are other assessments that may be substituted (concordant scores).  The acceptable substitution assessments and passing scores vary by cohort. The cohort is based on the year that the student entered high school.  More detailed information can be accessed by clicking the link below:

Graduation Requirements for Florida's Statewide Assessments