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    AP Courses (Advanced Placement)

    2021 AP TESTING ANNOUNCEMENT: The College Board recently announced detailed information and testing options for this year’s full-length AP exams. An at-home testing option is available for many but not all exams. We are closely reviewing all the released information, as well as public health guidelines, and will be making a decision soon regarding in-person testing for exams that cannot be taken at home. We appreciate your patience and will update this page with more information in the coming weeks.

    AP Exams Info

    AP Payment due date: March 5th. A payment portal has been set up in SchoolPay and you can make a payment for the exam(s) you have registered for. Payments can be paid by going to the Source and then finding the class via Parent Portal in Schoology. For further questions, please contact stkennedy@seattleschools.org

    Resources: 
    Visit the AP College Board Preparing for your AP Exams apstudent.collegeboard.org/takingtheexam/preparing-for-exams.

    For additional info about AP visit apstudent.collegeboard.org.


    Roosevelt Juniors SAT Information

    • March School Day SAT- CANCELED
      Due to health and public safety concerns, the administration of the March 2021 school day SAT has been cancelled. The plan is to provide the school SAT to all seniors in fall 2021. Students are still able to register and take the PSAT and SAT but will need to register on their own through the College Board. This information will be posted on the Assessment Department’s external webpage.
    • Additional SAT resources for students can be found here. Please share these resources with your students and families.
    • Additional SAT resources for educators can be found here.

    Smarter Balanced Assessment (SBA) 

    These assessments determine students’ progress toward graduation and college, career readiness in English language arts/literacy (ELA) and Math.

    All 10th graders will take the Smarter Balanced Assessments in English Language Arts and Math this spring during the testing window of March and April. Any 11th and 12th graders who have not yet passed the exams will have the opportunity to retake the SBA exams in March.

    SBA ELA & MATH Retakes Off-Grade Tests | Dates TBD | Library Computer Lab | All 11th & 12th graders who need it for graduation and 10th graders who need accommodations.

    SBA ELA | 10th Graders Dates and Place TBD | for two 3-hour blocks over 2 days.

    SBA Math | 10th Graders Dates and Place TBD | for one 3-hour block.

    To help you better prepare visit https://wa.portal.airast.org/training-tests.stml  to take training and/or practice tests. This is very helpful if you are taking the retake or just want extra review before the test.

    Want to practice and try the SBA ?

    1. Click “Sign In” at the bottom of the page.
    2. Choose “Grade 11” from the drop-down menu.
    3. PRACTICE tests are YELLOW

    These are sample exams. 

    Choose from the following:

    “Start HS-ELA Practice Test”  

    “Start HS-ELA Performance Task

    “Start HS-Math Practice Test”

    “Start HS-Math Performance Task”

    TRAINING tests are BLUE or PINK.  They show you what kind of questions the test will have. 

    Choose from the following:

    “Start HS-ELA Training Test”

    “Start HS-Math Training Test”

    Please visit Seattle Schools Testing and Assessments. page for more information on how assessments are used in Seattle Public Schools.


    WA Comprehensive Assessment of Science (WCAS) 

    All 11th graders are required to take the WCAS this spring in late May as a Federal Accountability Requirement. The class of 2021 and 2022 will be required to take and pass the WCAS as a State Graduation Requirement the spring of their junior year.

    WCAS Science Exam: TBA

    Please visit Seattle Schools Testing and Assessments page for more information on how assessments are used in Seattle Public Schools.


    For questions regarding testing Roosevelt High School students, please contact:

    Spencer Kennedy
    stkennedy@seattleschools.org