Testing

Throughout the school year, MHS School Counselors, teachers, and staff assist students in preparing and registering for standardized tests which are important for college admissions, scholarships, industry credentialing, and other areas pertaining to students' goals. 

All tests are administered at the high school with the exception of the SAT and ACT National Test dates.

  • PSAT/NMSQT (Practice SAT / National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test) October 13, 2021 @ 8:10 a.m.-noon
  • ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) November 17, 2021 @ 8 a.m.-noon , MHS Auditorium
  • Workplace Readiness Assessment (WRA) January 2022 
  • ISAT  (Idaho Standard Achievement Tests) March 14-May 15, 2022 window 
  • Idaho SAT School Day April 13, 2022 @ 8:10 a.m.-noon; makeup exam April 26, 2022.
  • ACT exam - This college entrance exam is an alternative to the SAT and prep materials are available at LatahLibrary.org if you have a library card.   MHS does not provide testing for the ACT at school.

Spring 2022 test outline:

 

English ISATs grade 10

  • Week of 3/21 (week after spring break). 
  • Testing will be in English 10 teachers’ classrooms during regular English periods (4 sessions or days are recommended). 
    • Renae and Jeff Horton will proctor Monday – Thursday 3/21-3/24
    • Renae and a sub proctor will test students on Friday 3/25.
  • March 24th Access will be in the auditorium and can be utilized by students who need the time.
  • Wired earbuds will be provided but if students have their own preferred pair, they should bring them.  NOT wireless.
  • An office cart of 50 Chromebooks will be available.  Students can also use their personal school issued Chromebooks if they prefer.
  • Sped students that need time beyond what I have planned can continue with Renae during their Accstrats periods.
  • From JoyAnn’s P1 class, Brandon Barnes will join Calvert’s P1 class for testing.  Group of 21.
  • From JoyAnn’s P2 class, Layan Albulla will join Cora’s P2 class for testing.  Group of 24.

 

Accuplacer (Sped option for college entrance exam) grade 11

  • March 28-April 8
  • Testing will be in Career Center at convenient times for students.
  • Career Center computers will be used.

 

CTE exams

  • Week of March 28

 

SAT grade 11

  • Tue. April 12 setup in the gym P6 at 2:45 p.m.
  • Wed. April 13 exam; 8:10 a.m. – noon approx.
  • Testing will be in the gym; 145 est.  Pat & Rachel will be helpers.  Jeff Horton will be the lead proctor. 
  • 1.5 time students will test in Mary Kay’s room and she will proctor.
  • Mp3 students will test in the conference room and Susan Hodgin will proctor.
  • Band will move to the auditorium for the morning class periods.
  • For attendance students should report directly to their testing room.
  • Paper & pencil test. 
  • Students are to bring their own wooden #2 pencils and calculators.

 

Math ISATs grade 10

  • Monday and Tuesday April 18-19
  • Renae to proctor; Brett is backup.
  • Testing will be in the auditorium during students’ regular math periods on both days (2 sessions or 2 days are recommended).  I will print and bring each of you a list of students.
  • For attendance students should report directly to the auditorium.
  • An office cart of 50 Chromebooks will be available.  Students can also use their personal school issued Chromebooks if they prefer.
  • Make up/finish up day will be during Access on 4/21 in the auditorium.  Sped students that need time beyond this can continue with Renae during their Accstrats periods.
  • Earbuds are not required for math testing unless there is an accommodation.
  • Largest group is 39.

 

Science ISATs grade 11

  • Wed. April 20 – Science ISAT (1 day only).  Renae to proctor all day in Jenn’s Chemistry classroom using the office cart of 50 Chromebooks. 115 students.
  • Thur. April 21 – Access period in the auditorium (Renae and Brett):
    • Science ISAT grade 11 during Access period for all other juniors not in Chemistry.  50 students approx.  I will print a list for teachers so you know the students who need to test.
    • AND any students that did not finish in Jenn’s room on 4/20.
    • AND any math students that need more time or to makeup.
  • Earbuds are not required unless there is an accommodation.
  • Sped students that need time beyond this can continue with Renae during their Accstrats periods.
  • Clarissa will test Adina on their own schedule.
  • Office Chromebook cart of 50 will be used plus possibly both science carts of 25 will be needed.
  • Students testing should report directly to the auditorium for attendance.

 

SAT makeup

  • Tue. April 26
  • Testing will be in the library; 8:10 a.m. – noon approx.
  • Students should report directly to the library for attendance.
  • Paper & pencil test; students are to bring their own wooden #2 pencils and calculators.
  • Renae will proctor

 

AP exams (paper/pencil tests; students should bring their own #2 wooden pencils and calculators if necessary)

  • Wed. May 4 English Literature & Composition;  14 students will test in the library at 8 a.m.
  • Wed. May 4 Computer Science A; 22 students; library at 12 p.m.
  • Thur. May 5 Statistics; 2 students; conference room at 12 p.m.
  • Mon. May 9 Calculus AB; 36 students; library at 8 a.m.
  • Tue. May 10 English Language & Composition; 41 students; library at 8 a.m.
  • Tue. May 10 Physics C: Mechanics; 14 students; library at 12 p.m.
  • Wed. May 11 Chinese Language & Culture; 1 student; 8 a.m. conference room
  • Wed. May 11 Spanish Language & Culture; 9 students; library at 8 a.m.
  • Wed. May 11 Biology; 42 students; library at 12 p.m.