1. ACT or WorkKeys

 
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1. NEW STATE LAW REQUIRES ALL JUNIORS TO TAKE THE ACT OR WORKKEYS
State law beginning this school year will require every junior to take either the ACT or WorkKeys. Students will need to choose to take either the ACT or WorkKeys based on what you plan to do after you graduate. Students who plan to attend a 4 year college or university will want to take the ACT for admission purposes. Those students who plan to go directly to work after high school or those who plan to attend a technical school that doesn’t require the ACT for admission should take WorkKeys.


The school district will pay for whichever test you choose to take. The state has designated Friday, April 28th as the date that the ACT/WorkKeys will be administered with May 12th as the makeup date.

The ACT is the most widely accepted college entrance exam that assesses high school students’ general educational development and their ability to complete college-level work. It is a multiple-choice test that covers four skill areas, English, Mathematics, Reading and Science.

WorkKeys is a job skill assessment system used to measure real world skills and helps students identify career interests and their skills or skill gaps in preparation for jobs.




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2. I choose to take:
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