Ohio State Test 2023
Throughout the school year, teachers have been preparing students for Ohio’s State Tests, which will be administered on the following dates:
- Monday, April 3: English Language Arts, Part 1
- Tuesday, April 4: English Language Arts, Part 2
- Wednesday, April 12: Biology, Part 1
- Thursday, April 13: Biology, Part 2
- Monday, April 17: Geometry, Parts 1 & 2
- Tuesday, April 18: American History and Government, Parts 1 & 2
If your student is taking both History and Government, they will start with Government and take the History test during a different time that same week.
On each testing day, we will run a delayed bell schedule to accommodate an uninterrupted block of time for students to complete testing. Students who ARE testing will report to school at regular time, 8:10 a.m., to take their test(s). Students who are NOT testing will report to school on a two hour delay with classes beginning at 10:15 a.m.
The assessments will be administered during the first part of the day using Chromebooks, so students should ensure that their Chromebooks are charged the night before. Students who are tardy will not be allowed to enter classrooms once testing has begun. It is extremely important for students to be in attendance on test days. Students not in attendance will have the opportunity to complete testing during a make up window.
Participation in Algebra I and English 2 is a graduation requirement. Earning a passing score on the other tests could be beneficial towards meeting future Graduation Seal requirements. If you are interested in learning more about these assessments and graduation requirements, please visit the following websites:
OST Testing (Includes links to practice tests)
Typically, the Ohio Department of Education sends spring test results to schools by the end of June. Printed family reports are usually sent to families in late July or early August. Results from Ohio’s State Tests, along with other data, will guide support and enrichment opportunities that we implement next year to make sure we are moving your child forward in his/her learning.
If you have any questions, please contact your student’s teacher, school counselor–Tara Bessler (A-C), Andrea Bryant (D-G), Nina Inzero (H-L), Angie Fischer (M-R), Jennifer Millard (S-Z), or me.
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