ACT CR (College Reportable) –
11th Grade Only
Exam is Tuesday, March 26, 2024
Information about the March 26th ACT:
On March 26th, junior students will have the opportunity to take the ACT College Reportable Exam, an important test that provides many benefits that can help the students along the path to college. If the student is a junior, the ACT offers them the opportunity to take the ACT during the regular school day at no cost (paid for by the FLDOE).
All 11th grade students are automatically registered to test, so no registration is required from 11th grade students or their parents.
The ACT test scores will provide families with information about their student’s progress toward colleges in making decisions about admission. Students who take the ACT will be able to share their ACT scores with colleges and universities. The ACT exam can also give students concordant scores for the Algebra 1 EOC (score of 16+) and/or FSA ELA Writing/Reading (average score of 17.5 on the Reading and English subtests).
Test Day Details:
When: Tuesday, March 26, 2024, from approximately 9:20 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Where: Students will test in their assigned locations (will be posted around the school and on the NHS website under Testing Information the week before the test.).
Who: This College Reportable ACT is only for JUNIORS enrolled at Nease High School
- All 9th, 10th & 12th grade students will participate in a Flexible Learning Day at home
Students will need to have and know the following information:
- Home address including zip code
- Email address
- Date of Birth
How long is the ACT?
ACT (no writing)
|Approx. 9:20 a.m.
1. Begin reading the verbal instructions
2. Distribute test materials to examinees
No students will be admitted to the test room after test booklets have been distributed.
3. Administer the four tests as directed
4. Collect and verify all test materials.
Test Day Information:
There will be no late admittance to the testing rooms. Students who arrive late will attend a study hall in the auditorium.
Snacks/water bottles and personal test materials, including pencils and calculators (see calculator policy below) will need to be provided by the student. Students will be provided lunch after all testing rooms have concluded the exam. It is recommended for students to bring snacks for this test day.
Lunch will immediately follow the dismissal of all testing rooms. Lunch will be approximately 40 minutes and students will then report to their 7th period class until the 3:50pm dismissal time.
For juniors that drive and would like to leave campus immediately after the testing has concluded, parents need to complete an early dismissal form.
The Early Dismissal Form can be found in the Panther Press IN MARCH
Students must have this completed form on the day of the test and will need to show the pass at the gate upon leaving campus on March 28th.
Students will not be permitted to leave if they do not have this pass.
9th, 10th & 12th Grade Information:
This ACT is only available for juniors on March 26th and St. Johns County School District has elected to provide all other students a flexible learning day. This will be conducted virtually through Schoology. Teachers will be in communication of expectations online that day. Students that report to school that day will be held in the auditorium for a study hall and will be provided lunch once all testing has concluded.
ACT Calculator Policy
For any further questions, please contact Cynthia Messenger, Testing Coordinator at [email protected]