The Pre-ACT will be given on Wednesday, November 18, 2020 at WHS.
The NEW DATE will be Wednesday, December 2 due to a delay in shipping.
All 9th - 11th grade students who wish to test will need to register and pay for the test, which is a $15 charge. The district is not paying for 10th grade students to test this year.
Seniors are not permitted to test for Pre-ACT.
Students who attend AAS/IA in the morning should plan to take the Pre-ACT at WHS on that day. Your attendance will be sent to your respective programs.
Registration is now closed. A confirmation email regarding registration has been sent and specific information regarding testing procedures will be emailed by Friday, November 20.
CLICK HERE for a list of students who are scheduled to test and their testing locations. You will need your student's ID number.
CLICK HERE for the testing procedures on testing day. This information has been emailed to all addresses entered at registration. If you did not receive it, please check your spam folder or your email settings. Several emails have been returned with error messages. Note that the seating chart information has been omitted for privacy purposes. You can access the testing locations on the link above.
A reminder, though, that all payments must have been made through MySchoolBucks in the school store. We cannot accept payments made into a meal account.
Testing Site and Safety Information - please click the link to the left under the PSAT-PreACT to read about our plans for testing
The PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 14, 2020 at WHS between 1st and 3rd periods. Please register below.
All 10th grade students, cohort 2023, currently enrolled in World Literature may test at no charge (the state of GA pays for their test.) Please register below.
All 9th and 11th grade students who wish to test will need to register and pay for the test, which is a $17 charge.
Students who attend AAS/IA in the morning should plan to take the PSAT at WHS on that day. Your attendance will be sent to your respective programs.
Seniors are not permitted to test for PSAT.
+ Students who need testing accommodations due to an IEP or a 504 must contact Ms. McCormick-Floyd no later than August 20 so the request can be sent to the CollegeBoard unless this step has already been completed. Requests made after that time will not be processed in time for the PSAT and students must test without accommodations. If testing accommodations are required, consider taking the Pre-ACT instead.
Registration for the PSAT is now closed. If you registered (and paid for a 9th or 11th grade student), information regarding testing was sent to the email address used to register for the test.