Requesting Accommodations for SAT, ACT, and AP Testing

Students whose disabilities affect participation in testing may be eligible to take college placement exams with accommodations.  All accommodations must be approved prior to testing by either College Board Services for Students with Diabilities (SSD) or the ACT, depending on the exam chosen.
Strict deadlines apply to application for accommodations.  The process to approve accommodations can take at least 7 weeks, and if additional documentation is required, can take another 7 weeks longer.  See the College Board SSD or ACT Accommodations information webpage for deadline information.  Plan to apply for accommodations AT LEAST 2 WEEKS PRIOR TO THE TEST DEADLINE.


College Board Consent for Accommodations Form (SAT, PSAT, AP)
ACT Consent to Release Information Form


Accuplacer Testing for College & Career Readiness

The Maryland College & Career Readiness and College Completion Act of 2013 requires that all public high school students participate in assessments that demonstrate readiness for college and careers in the areas of English and Math by the end of their 11th grade year.

Students who have not met standards for either subject area will be required to take the Accuplacer, a nationally recognized college placement test in the spring.  A passing score on the Accuplacer is NOT a graduation requirement.

Students who already have scores from the SAT, ACT, Accuplacer (via AACC), or AP courses or who have already achieved a passing score for the PARCC English 10 and PARCC Algebra 2 exams will be exempt from this Accuplacer test session.

Support opportunities will be made available to students who will be required to take the Accuplacer and free study guides can be found online at www.aacpublicschools.org/aacps2/ccr/college.

To read the full press release with FAQs, click HERE

In Spanish: Click HERE


ACT Testing – April 19, 2017

The ACT Test will be offered to ALL Junior students on Wednesday, April 19, 2017, during the school day.  There is no fee for this testing session.

The ACT provides students with information to help in planning for the future using the ACT Interest Inventory, the Student Profile Section, a Career Map and the Career Readiness Indicator, and is used by colleges and university programs as an admissions assessment.

Read the full Press Release – Click HERE

ACT Resources for Students & Families 2017

Preparing for the ACT taken online with Tutorial Guide in printable format

Preparing for the Paper ACT with Practice Tests


Preliminary Scholastic Achievement Test (PSAT)

As AACPS works to integrate the College and Career Readiness system and in an effort to provide a PSAT testing opportunities for all underclass students, AACPS & South River High will offer the PSAT on a Saturday in October.  Registration fees apply.  

Registration for the October 2017 PSAT  will open

Monday, September 11.  

See post on front page for more information.


PSAT Score Reports will be posted online.

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PARCC English 10 & PARCC Algebra 1

Beginning with the 2016/2017 school year, students will need to achieve a passing score on the PARCC English 10 and PARCC Algebra 1 tests or to satisfactorily complete the requirements of a Bridge Plan for Academic Validation.  The Maryland State Board of Education determines the minimum passing scores for these assessments.


Maryland Classroom PARCC_Page_1

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Maryland Classroom – What you need to know about changes to High School Graduation Assessment Requirements (printable format)


For more information, please visit the following websites:


Other Academic Testing Offered by SRHS Includes:

  • High School Assessments (HSA), a requirement for graduation from high school
  • Preliminary Scholastic Achievement Test (PSAT), offered to undergraduate students for determination of AP placement and entry in the National Merit Scholarship competition
  • Scholastic Achievement Test (SAT), for college bound students
  • American College Test (ACT), also for college bound students (alternative to the SAT)
  • Advanced Placement Tests (AP), to earn college-level course credit for students currently enrolled in AP level classes.
  • ASVAB Careers Exploration (ASVAB), to determine aptitude for future career planning


NEW! On-line Test Prep from Gale Testing & Education Resource Center
Practice Tests for AP, PSAT, SAT, ASVAB and More!
This is a new program available FREE to students through the
SRHS Media Center Database Center. 

Click HERE for information on how to access the SRHS Online Database


We also offer PSAT and SAT Prep  classes, both in school and in the evenings. Additional practice information is available on-line through the sponsors of the SAT and ACT programs.


For more information on testing, please contact
Mrs. Angie Robinson School Testing Coordinator, aamrobinson@aacps.org

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