College.htm standardized testing. NCAA REQUIRES STUDENTS TO TEST ONLY ON APPROVED testing DATES. technicalschools accept any student with a high school diploma or a ged. http://sioux-center.k12.ia.us/Student Center/college info.htm
Extractions: COLLEGE INFORMATION Admissions Criteria Preparation Standards Standardized Testing Requirements for Athletes ... Paying for College ADMISSIONS CRITERIA Colleges will use some, if not all, of the information listed below when determining whether or not to accept an applicant. Individual colleges, however, will differ in how they evaluate this information. For example, one college may place a great deal of importance on test scores; another college may not. Class Rank 8. Interviews COLLEGE PREPARATION STANDARDS Many of our students and parents often ask what courses are recommended to satisfy admission requirements to our colleges and universities. The following recommendations will satisfy any college admissions standards and will provide students with the best academic preparation for college level course work. Required Recommended 4 years of English English I English II English III College Prep English 3 years of Math Algebra I Advanced Math Algebra II Statistics or Calculus Geometry 3 years of Science Physical Science Chemistry or Physics Biology AP Biology Chemistry or Physics Physiology 3 years of Social Studies American History AP American History World History Government 4 years of electives Computer Applications College Classes General Business 1 year of Fine Arts 2 - 3 Years of Spanish Standardized Testing PLAN - a practice test for the ACT that also provides information to help students with their career and college planning. All Sioux Center students will take this test during their sophomore year.
Whom Do I Call For What? standardized testing, (770) 513-6641. concerns regarding their child's bus routeshould call the office assigned to their child's school. - ged testing, ext. http://www.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps-mainweb01.nsf/pages/PhoneNumbers
Extractions: Select and Go 2002_03 Student Calendar About GCPS Academic Knowledge and Skills Attendance/Registration Board Meeting Agendas Board Meeting Summaries Board Meetings Board Members County Rezoning Requests Creating a System of World Class Schools Department of Planning Department Web Pages Departments by Division Departments Enrollment Forecasts Gateway Test GCPS TV Honors Online Campus Parent/Community Involvement Phone Numbers Schools by Cluster SPLOST Superintendent
Home School school diploma or equivalent ged certificate The school year must include the equivalent toan appropriate nationally standardized testing program administered http://www.forsyth.k12.ga.us/article.asp?article=170
Extractions: Select One CC Scholarship Database 02-03 CC Guide Career Center News Important Websites College Planning Guide Financial Aid Applications/Transcripts Testing Information MCPS-Approved Community Service List Career Information Center Blair's CEEB HS Code This code is required when filling out ACT, SAT, TOEFL, ELPT, AP and other standardized test registration and college, university, career and trade school applications. MONTGOMERY COUNTY COLLEGE FAIR - APRIL 22 AND 23, 2003 AT THE GAITHERSBURG FAIR GROUNGS. BLAIR JUNIORS SCHEDULED TIME AT DATE IS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23RD AT 11:00 AM. ALL JUNIORS ARE INVITED. PERMISSION SLIPS WERE DISTRIBUTED THROUGH THE ENGLISH CLASSROOMS AND ARE DUE BACK WITH THE $4.00 BUS FEE BY 2:30 PM FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 2003. PARENTS ARE INVITED TO ATTEND THE TUESDAY EVENING PROGRAM 6 - 9PM. Latest SCHOLARSHIPS @ the Career Center Check it out for new scholarships periodically! ***CHECK OUT NEW ENRICHMENT UPDATES!!*** Career Center Scholarship Database This site incorporates scholarship information from all 24 high schools in MCPS into one big database and allows people to search the database for information. 02-03 Yellow Pages (2002-2003 update can be found in the 2002-2003 Student Plan Book and Parent Handbook) The yellow pages provide information about Blair's School Counseling Services and Career Information Center Program and Services for the 2002-2003 school school year.
Robert C. Byrd High School Eagle Testing information write National Teacher's Examination testing Service, Rosedale to admission(high school transcript or ged scores, standardized test results http://www.rcbhs.org/htm/Testing.html
Extractions: Testing ACT SAT GMAT GRE ... Financial Aid American College Testing Program (ACT) The ACT is a requirement for admission to many West Virginia colleges and may be used for advanced placement in some courses. The ACT Assessment is a comprehensive program for those planning to enter postsecondary education. The ACT Assessment consists of an Interest Inventory and Student Profile Section, which students complete when they register for the Assessment, and four academic tests, English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science, written during a timed test session. Registration materials can be obtained from high school counselors, Educational Awareness Talent Search Counselors, college admissions offices, testing centers or by writing: ACT Registration, Post Office Box 414, Iowa City, Iowa 52443-0414. Top Scholastic Aptitude (Assessment) Tests and Achievement Tests The SAT Program consists primarily of the SAT 1: Reasoning Tests and the SAT II: Subject Tests. Together they are known as the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT). The SAT I is a multiple choice test that measures developed verbal and mathematical reasoning abilities. The SAT II subject test(s) are designed to measure knowledge in specific areas. Registration materials and additional information can be obtained from high school counselors, Educational Awareness Talent Search Counselors, college admissions offices or the test center. For further information write: College Board, Suite 401, 180 Sherman Avenue, Evanston, IL 60201-3715
Fountain Valley High School General Education Development Test (ged) A series of tests of their final six semestersin high school. (Not related to the standardized testing and Reporting http://www.fvhs.com/welcome/glossary.cfm
Extractions: Thanks to HBHS for graciously allowing us to use their core list. Some terms used in education have specialized meanings. Acronyms and jargon add to the confusion. If you are uncertain of any word on any page of this site, or if a school publication contains a word or acronym that needs defining, please let us know accreditation : A peer evaluation of a school and its programs by a private association to determine the level of quality of the school. See WASC Academic Decathlon : A statwide organization promoting academic competitions. Academy for the Performing Arts (APA) : A magnet school within a school district providing instruction in the performing arts for elective credit in grades 9-12. Academic Performance Index (API) : A formula, based on Stanford 9 test results, for measuring school performance and growth.
ALTERNATIVES TO DAY SCHOOL is awarded following successful completion of five standardized tests in All questionson the ged tests are multiple on an individual basis and testing may be http://www.yrbe.edu.on.ca/~mdhs/guid/Alternatives_to_Day_School.htm
Extractions: Most students earn their high school credits by attending a day school , but there are many other ways to earn a high school credit. Each of these alternatives have advantages and disadvantages. Your high school Guidance Counsellor can help you to modify your plan for high school , if you wish to consider some of these alternatives to day school. Adult Education Home Schooling ... Adult Education The Richmond Hill Adult Community Learning Centre (11160 Yonge Street in Richmond Hill) offers high school credit courses to adults who are 21 years and over. Persons 18 to 20 years old may register with the permission of the Principal of the Richmond Hill Adult Community Learning Centre. Students may earn either one or two credits in each of the four quadmesters. For additional information, read the Continuing Education Course Guide or contact the Adult Learning Centre at (905) 884-2046.
A 1 Success She scored below college level reading skills in standardized testing,and had weak math skills. ged DZ was a high school dropout. http://www.overcomelearningproblems.com/success.html
Etna High School Accountability Report Card has continued on its own to administer standardized testing. Siskiyous High schoolCompletion/ged program, and The school also receives an additional $11,239 http://sisnet.ssku.k12.ca.us/users/etnahigh/public_html/ehs_report_card.html
Extractions: ETNA HIGH SCHOOL In 1988 California voters passed Proposition 98 which established the School Accountability Report Card. Issued annually by local school boards, the Report Card provides parents and other interested people information about the schools, faculties, students, curriculum/instruction, finance, and a variety of other information. If you wish other (or more detailed) information about Etna High School, please contact the school office at (530) 467-3244. Tom Grimm SCHOOL DESCRIPTION Etna Union High School was established in 1891 and is located in the beautiful Scott Valley, approximately thirty miles southwest of the city of Yreka, the County Seat of Siskiyou County, California. The Etna Union High School District covers an area of approximately 1500 square miles, and is composed of Etna High School, Scott Valley Junior High, Scott River High School, and Scott River Community Day School. Etna High School serves students in grades 9-12 with an enrollment of 305 students. The high school's attendance area encompasses all of Scott Valley, Quartz Valley, Sawyers Bar, Cecilville, and the Forks of the Salmon. The majority of students attending Etna High School have completed the eighth grade at Scott Valley Junior High; other eighth grade feeder districts are Quartz Valley Elementary, Sawyers Bar Elementary, and Forks of the Salmon Elementary.
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DANTES GENERAL TESTING DANTES Subject standardized Tests (DSSTs) DSST examinations Fort Bliss General Testingis not authorized to preparing for the High school ged Examination, the http://www.bliss.army.mil/Services/EdCenter/Dantes_testing.htm
Extractions: DANTES GENERAL TESTING DANTES ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS Active duty personnel in the United States Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and Reserve component personnel of these services are eligible for the funded DANTES-sponsored examination program. Active duty U.S. Coast Guard personnel and Coast Guard Reserve component personnel are eligible for the majority of the funded DANTES-sponsored examination program. Civilian examines constitute any other status than those listed above and are not eligible for funding. EXAMINATIONS AVAILABLE HIGH SCHOOL GENERAL EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT EXAMS (GED): The battery of five High School General Educational Development Examinations (Writing Skills, Social Studies, Science, Reading Skills and Mathematics) are administered free-of-charge to eligible military personnel. COLLEGE LEVEL EXAMINATION PROGRAM: The College Level Examination Program (CLEP) is nationally recognized and widely accepted credit-by examination program which enables the student to demonstrate college level competency in more than 40 areas of study. This can result in substantial savings of both time and money for the student who can earn credit for CLEP tests.
Ability To Benefit FAQS credentialed through having taken a standardized testing course, you were not passedon the original testing. 20. to provide remediation or ged Preparation for http://www.okcareertech.org/guidance/Assessment/ATBFAQS.htm
Extractions: December 26, 1996 What tests were approved? Only eight tests (with alternative forms of some available) had been approved by the US Department of Education as of June 1, 2001. They are listed under Approved Instruments and Passing Scores Because the Ability-to-Benefit regulations are part of the Higher Education Act, some of the instruments (those published by the American College Test and the College Board) are more appropriate for college entry, while others TABE and Wonderlic are more suitable for post-secondary career and technology center use. Do I use the same tests for all students? No, separate lists of approved tests are provided for students using English as a second language and for students with disabilities (See Approved Instruments and Passing Scores May I use the computerized TABE?
Extractions: P 6-59 Standardized Tests The school board endorses the state testing program and such other standardized testing as will provide a means of evaluating both the students and the educational program. Criterion Referenced/Teacher-made Tests In order to assess the educational progress of students as individuals and groups, the board endorses the administration of both criterion-referenced tests and teacher-made tests in addition to the nationally normed tests specified by the Virginia Board of Education. Test Results Individual student test scores should be discussed with interested parents and/or students when appropriate. Confidentiality must be maintained in dealing with personnel other than those directly involved with the student or his/her parents/guardian. Legal Reference Code of Va.§ 22.1-253.13:1 (Effective until July 1, 2000) Standard 1. Basic skills, selected programs, and instructional personnel A. The General Assembly and the Board of Education believe that the fundamental goal of the public schools of this Commonwealth must be to enable each student to develop the skills that are necessary for success in school and preparation for life, and find that the quality of education is dependent upon the provision of the appropriate working environment, benefits, and salaries necessary to ensure the availability of high quality instructional personnel and adequate commitment of other resources.
Distance Learning Profiles - Caldwell College Students may earn credits by examination through standardized testing (CLEP, DANTES,OHIO or older and who possess a high school diploma or the ged and have http://www.distancelearningprofiles.com/Caldwell-.html
Extractions: Caldwell College pioneered the external degree concept in 1979, becoming the first higher education institution in the state of New Jersey to offer students the option of completing their degrees without attending on-campus classes. Caldwell designed the program especially for busy adults whose work or family commitments make it difficult to follow a daily on-campus academic schedule. Traditional course work is presented in a flexible and convenient format. External Degree students are required to be on campus only for External Degree Saturday at the beginning of each semester. Students pursuing their bachelor's degrees through the External Degree Program use the same textbooks and complete the same course work as their on-campus counterparts. Students learn with the guidance of an academic mentor and through interaction with the faculty via phone, personal conferences, e-mail, mailing or faxing of assignments, audiocassette, videocassette, and computer technologies. All of the following services are available to External Degree students. The Jennings Library and the Academic Computing Center are open on evenings and weekends. Students have the ability to access the library's vast database from their home computers. The library's home page also provides links to the Internet and other databases and informational resources. The Career Development Center, Campus Minister, Counseling Office, and Learning Center are also available during the evening by appointment. The college bookstore is open evenings and during External Degree Saturday. The Learning Center assists students in academic skill development for all majors through tutoring
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Extractions: Applicants who meet admission criteria will be admitted to the School of Nursing. A class of regular students starts in August of each year. Advanced Placement LPN students begin the Bridge Course during Term I. The School of Nursing Education Program administered by Alle-Kiski Medical Center shall not exclude from participation, deny benefits to or subject to discrimination any qualified individual solely by reason of his or her disability. Also, the school does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, sex, marital status, religion, national origin, age or ancestry. Applicants must graduate from an accredited high school and must present 16 Carnegie Units distributed as follows: English 4 units Social Sciences 3 units Electives 5 units Mathematics
Extractions: ACCUPLACER Helps Students Find the Right Place NWTC is committed to helping every student succeed, and each student comes to College with different knowledge in each subject. NWTC uses the ACCUPLACER System skills assessment to help students choose the right class for their skill levels and get the assistance they need to reach their academic goals. All students entering an Associate Degree or Technical Diploma program complete the ACCUPLACER skills assessment as part of the admissions process EXCEPT Applicants who have a diploma from an accredited four-year college or university or an Associate Degree from a Wisconsin Technical College OR Applicants who have earned certain scores on an accepted standardized test within the past three years (see below for list).
Extractions: SPECIAL SERVICES AND PROGRAMS AVAILABLE The Bradford Area School District offers a wide variety of Special Education Services to children in our schools. The following represents an explanation of some of those services. If you wish to request any of these services or want more information call the Pupil Personnel Office at 814-362-3841. Psychological Services Multidisciplinary Evaluation Speech Guidance Counselor Special Education Classes Gifted Support Learning Disabilities Program Standardized Testing Program Home Schooling Homebound Instruction GED Testing Center Other Health Impairments Hearing/Vision Support Instructional Support Programs Psychological Services provided in the school district include the evaluation of students, recommendation to teachers, and parent conferences. Psychological tests are administered for a variety of reasons by the school psychologist. Parents will be advised in advance of the need for testing and must give consent for the testing to be done.