Placement Exams

 

Math Placement Exam 2018-19

All incoming freshmen students will need to take the math placement exam. Exam dates are on May 9th and May 11th.  Incoming students can take both assessments on one of those days, or take one test on May 9, and the other on May 11.  

 

All freshmen will be enrolled in year-long Integrated Math I unless they take the Math Assessment test and place into Honors level Math I or Math II.

 

Thursday, May 9

2:50 – 5:50 p.m.

(Check in by 4:15.)

 

or

 

Saturday, May 11

8:45 – 11:45 a.m.

(Check in by 10:30.)

 

FAQ

Do I need to take the math placement exam?

Yes. The placement exam helps to determine your appropriate freshmen math course.

 

How long does the test take?

The test takes approximately one hour to complete.

 

What do I need to bring?

Nothing. All supplies needed to take the test will be provided.

 

When do I find out the results fo the test?

Test results will be given when you meet with your counselor.

 

Spanish Placement Exam 2018-19

 

Students interested in taking the Spanish placement exam can do so on the same day as their Math placement exam. Exam dates are on May 9th and May 11th. Incoming students can take both assessments on one of those days, or take one test on May 9, and the other on May 11. 

 

Thursday May 9, 2018 from 2:50 pm- 5:50 pm

     (Check in by 4:15)

or

 

Saturday May 11, 2018 from 8:45 am- 11:45am

      (Check in by 10:30)

Steele Canyon High School, A California Charter School 

12440 Campo Road, Spring Valley, CA 91978 

619-660-3500 


AP Fax: (619) 660-7198 
Finance Fax: (619) 660-7002 
Registrar Fax: (619) 660-7197 

Attendance 
9th & 11th: 619-660-3531

10th & 12th: 619-660-3532
Call one hour in advance for an 

off-campus pass: (619) 660-3533

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