ACT District Testing
March 26, 2024
All 11th grade students will have the opportunity to take a College Reportable ACT. This test administration will be free to all 11th grade students.
PLEASE NOTE THAT SCORES WILL BE VISIBLE ON STUDENT’S HIGH SCHOOL TRANSCRITPS.
Test registration is not required, all 11th grade students will automatically be scheduled to test.
IEP and 504 Plan accommodations are not automatically approved for the ACT. Parents must apply for accommodations for the ACT separately. Please complete this form: TAA-Consent-to-Release-Information-to-ACT and return it to your child’s school counselor. The deadline to request accommodations is December 15, 2023.
11th grade students do need to fill out some non-test information prior to March 1st. Students will receive an individual letter with with instructions for completing this information in their English class. If your student does not take English at Bartram they can pick-up their form in the Guidance Office.
Students need to bring the following items on test day–
A Photo ID (Student/School ID, Driver’s License, FL State ID), students will not be admitted to testing room without a valid photo ID
Pencils and Calculator
For testing site information regarding Saturday Administrations of the ACT and SAT please contact Aretha Graham, ([email protected])
or visit the guidance page at
October 11th, 2023
On October 11th, students participated in the 2023 PSAT. Scores are set to be released mid-November.
To access scores:
- If you provided your mobile number on test day, you’ll receive a text message with access to the BigFuture School mobile app.
- Students must have a College Board account. You can create an account here: https://studentscores.collegeboard.org/home
- Students should create the account using the email that they entered in Blue Book on test day.
- When scores are released by College Board, students should receive an email to notify them.
Students who receive a 430 or higher on the PSAT Math and still need the Algebra 1 EOC graduation requirement should submit their score report to their counselors to show a concordant score.
For information regarding the National Merit Scholarship Program, click here.