The ACT, administered voluntarily to high school students, measures performance on English (75 questions), Mathematics (60 questions), Reading (40 questions), and Science (40 questions). An optional Writing test is also available to measure skill in planning and writing a short essay. The ACT is offered several times throughout the year, and students may take the test multiple times.
The ACT must be independently registered and paid for by students. To register, click here.
The SAT, administered voluntarily to high school students, measures Critical Reading (67 questions), Mathematics (54 questions), and Writing (49 questions and 1 essay) skills that students need for success with college-level work. The test is offered several times each year, and students may take the test multiple times.
The SAT must be independently registered and paid for by students. To register, click here.
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The NAEP (National Assessment of Educational Progress) provides achievement information for students in Grades 4, 8, and 12 in the areas of Reading, Mathematics, Writing, Science, History, Geography, Civics, Economics, Foreign Language, and the Arts. This assessment provides both state and subgroup (e.g., gender, ethnicity, ELL, ESE condition) information. Results are not provided on a student or school-district level.
Schools are randomly selected to participate in NAEP based on population diversity. Not all students within a selected school will be tested. For more information pertaining to NAEP, click here.
The FLKRS (Florida Kindergarten Readiness Screener) is administered to all first-time Kindergarten students within the first 30-days of school. This assessment has two separate components, ECHOS (Early Childhood Observation System) and FAIR (Florida Assessments for Instruction in Reading). These tests give Kindergarten teachers valuable insight into a child's strengths as well as important information to share with parents during conferences.
FLKRS is also administered to children who attended Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten (VPK) and attend a non-public school (registered with FDOE) for Kindergarten.
For more information pertaining to the FLKRS program, click here.
ACCESS for ELLs