High School Exams, May 13-18, 2022 (Early Dismissal)

College Exams - College courses end on Apr 29.  Check with your instructor about exams for college courses (usually during your final class session).
 
 
High School Exams will count as 20% of the final grade for the course.
 
 
End of Course Tests (EOCs)
Students taking English 2 must take the state-mandated EOC Exams at school on May 13.
 
 
Teacher-made Exams
All other high school classes will have a teacher-made exam unless you meet the district's exemption criteria for positive grades and attendance.  If you need to take a teacher-made exam, then you will need to come to school to take the exam on the assigned date for your class.
 
 
HIGH SCHOOL COURSE EXAM SCHEDULE
 
Friday, May 13 - 1:00 Dismissal
 
English 2 & English 4 Exams
 
8:00-8:15 Breakfast Available
8:15-12:15 Exam Period
12:15-1:00 Lunch 
1:00 Dismissal
 
 
Monday, May 16 - 12:00 Dismissal
 
Math 2, Math 4, & Precalculus Exams
 
8:00-8:15 Breakfast Available
8:15-11:15 Exam Period
11:15-12:00 Lunch 
12:00 Dismissal
 
 
Tuesday, May 17 - 12:00 Dismissal
 
Earth Science & Chemistry Exams
 
8:00-8:15 Breakfast Available
8:15-11:15 Exam Period
11:15-12:00 Lunch 
12:00 Dismissal
 
 
Wednesday, May 18 - 12:00 Dismissal
 
World History & Civics Exams
 
8:00-8:15 Breakfast Available
8:15-11:15 Exam Period
11:15-12:00 Lunch 
12:00 Dismissal
 
 
Thursday, May 19
 
Exam Make Ups.
 
** Students will need to bring their charged school-issued Chromebook to school to take the EOC exam (If not issued a Chromebook, one will be provided as personal devices are not allowed.).  Check with your teacher for requirements for teacher-made exams (if required to take).
** Math students will need to bring their school-issued or personal calculator to use to take the test.
** If you have a college period or are not required to take a teacher-made exam during the period listed on the dates above, then you do not need to come to school on that day.
 
***Be prepared to turn in your school-issued Chromebook with case and charger after your final exam day.