Roosevelt High School

High School


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

Rachel Langness,

  • These exams will take place during student science classes in September.
  • Students will stay in their classes even if their cohort is not testing on that day.

More details about the SBA will be coming as soon.

SAT scores are one tool used to demonstrate college and career readiness and can fulfill state graduation pathways with a minimum cut score. PSAT/NMSTQ is an opportunity for students to qualify for the National Merit Scholarship Program and other scholarships. The PSAT/NMSTQ also provides valuable feedback on strengths and skills necessary for college study and helps prepare students for the SAT

Juniors and Seniors will be testing with the PSAT and SAT. Be sure to check out the College Board’s Free SAT Prep

Exams will take place on October 12th.

Bell Schedule for testing days:

Testing Bell schedule coming soon

For more details, please visit the SPS Website for Testing.

Advanced Placement (AP) Courses

Students in AP courses might earn college credit and/or advanced placement in college if they perform well on AP exams given in May and if their college of choice accepts the AP exam for credit. College credit is not guaranteed but rather is determined by each individual college upon the student’s enrollment in that college.

AP courses at Roosevelt High School prepare students for these exams, students must pay a fee for AP exams. Students should see the Roosevelt High School Academic Intervention Specialist/Testing Coordinator if they need fee assistance. AP offerings may vary from year to year depending on student interest and staffing. Prerequisites for AP courses are outlined in the course descriptions in the Course Descriptions book on the Course Registration page. See: Advanced Placement (AP) Courses

AP Exam Instructions


RHS could use volunteer proctors, see: PTSA Volunteer Information 

  • Most exams will take place in the gymnasium, exceptions for accommodated/digital tests will be communicated to affected students  
  • Students taking morning exams must report to their exam location by 7:15 am. Morning exams begin promptly at 8 am. No exceptions.
  • Students taking afternoon exams must eat lunch during 3rd period and report to their exam location by 11:30 am. Afternoon exams begin promptly at 12 pm. No exceptions.
  • Students will automatically be excused for the 4-hour window of their actual test. Parents do NOT need to call in absences for AP testing.
  • Afternoon tests may require students to miss afternoon athletics and activities. There are no make-up exams for sporting events.
  • For review materials and last-minute tips, visit: Get the Most Out of AP  
  • For free practice exams, visit: Seattle Public LibraryOnline 
  • There are no refunds at this point, cancellations without refund can be done the day of the test or before. 

Please Bring:

  • Student ID or government issued ID
  • Two #2 pencils with erasers
  • A black or dark blue pen
  • A scientific or graphing calculator
  • Water and a snack
  • A sweatshirt or coat

Do Not Bring:

  • Back pack
  • Cell phone – you will be dismissed from testing and scores will be canceled if your cell phone is seen or heard.