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College Entrance Testing

There are two primary college entrance exams colleges, universities, and some special programs use to assist with determining a student's level of college readiness: SAT or ACT. Students who are interested in applying to college should consider taking the SAT or ACT at least once prior to June of their Junior year of high school. If you have any additional questions, please contact your school counselor.

College Board - Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) - Testing

SAT Suite Webpage - Please click here to learn more about the SAT.

Testing Dates and Deadlines - Please click here to view the upcoming testing dates and deadlines and how to register the SAT. (Important Note: The 5 digit college board code number for the GHS testing center is 47791.)

Accommodations for SAT Testing - Please click here to view information about accommodations for SAT testing. 

SAT Practice and Preparation - Please click here to learn about how to practice and prepare to take the SAT. 

PSAT Information
It is recommended that students take the PSAT in 9th, 10th, and 11th grade. When a student takes the PSAT/NMSQT as an 11th grade student, it provides the student with an opportunity to be eligible for the National Merit Scholarship program. 

American College Test (ACT) - Testing

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