Junior Student Testing Announced

Mike Seals - April 5, 2021 10:16 pm


April 14 and April 21 will be distance learning days for Freshmen, Sophomores, and Seniors. These groups will NOT report to school buildings. Those students should follow the distance learning procedures provided by their teachers on Google Classroom.

Sack lunches will be distributed on the 5th Street side of Po-Hi for any students wishing to come get lunch on those days. It will be chicken day for all!

PCPS Juniors Testing Dates

WHO: All Juniors (traditional, in-person students; virtual/online students; Wildcat Academy students; and SHARE students)

WHAT: State-mandated testing for all Juniors (ACT test, US History test, Science Content test)

April 14, 2021 US History test and Science Content test

April 21, 2021 ACT with Writing

Report for testing by 7:50am

Buildings will be open at 7:40 and breakfast will be available at both locations.

WHERE: Traditional, in-person Juniors (option 1) and virtual/online Juniors (options 2 and 3) report to Po-Hi main campus. Wildcat Academy and SHARE Juniors: report to the Wildcat Academy building.

PURPOSE: These tests are required for graduation and will appear on students’ transcripts.

The FREE ACT may be used for scholarship applications, college admission, and concurrent enrollment applications.

1. School-issued Chromebook and charger (in-person and online/virtual students only)

2. Photo ID (school ID or driver’s license)

3. Approved calculator

Buses will run as usual.

Juniors who complete all three tests (ACT, US History & Science Content) will receive waivers for their final exams.

Please do not check out students unless it is an emergency, as this could cause a disruption to the student’s state assessment. Lunch will be available at school, and it is CHICKEN DAY.

Parents and students can find more testing information, test tips, and best practices on the Po-Hi Testing web page.

Click this link for more information:



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