Miss Everhart serves as the testing coordinator for the high school. Please see her with any questions.
End of Course (State Testing)
Fall testing will take place January 5th - January 15, 2021. The Fall testing window is primarily used for retakes of exams in an effort to improve scores to meet the required 18 point total. Your student will receive a letter if they need to retake an exam.
Spring testing will take place April 12th - April 19, 2021. The Spring testing window is used for initial testing. The EOC Spring testing schedule is below, these testing days will operate on a two-hour delay schedule.
April 12 - ELA II Part I / Government
April 13 - ELA II Part II / Biology
April 14 - Makeups (any student who missed ELA II, Government or Biology needs to report in the morning)
April 15 - Algebra I Part I / Geometry Part I
April 16 - Algebra I Part II / Geometry Part II
April 19 - Makeups (normal school day bell schedule)
**All Juniors will be taking the ACT during the school day on February 23, 2021. Please bring your ID, a caluclator, #2 pencils and a snack/water for your break. All cell phones and other electronic devices are prohibited.
Tippecanoe High School Testing Site Dates:
- September 12, 2020 - cancelled
- February 6, 2021 - cancelled
- June 12, 2021
Advanced Placement (AP)
Students must register for AP tests through their College Board account by November 6, 2020. Money ($95 per exam) is due to Miss Everhart in the counseling office. AP exams will still be held in May. We will be testing during the Administration 1 window.
The ASVAB is a career aptitude test that is used by the military to enlist and to match students to occupations. THS will host the ASVAB on March 2, 2021. Students will receive detailed feedback about careers that match their skillset, knowledge, and interests. The exam is free. Check out these two sites for ASVAB practice tests: ASVAB Practice Tests ASVAB Practice Test
Due to the current pandemic, Tippecanoe High School will be offering the PSAT/NMSQT again on January 26, 2021 to any 10th and 11th grade students. Many 10th and 11th grade students use this exam to get feedback on their strengths and areas of improvement in preparation for the SAT. In addition, junior students may qualify for the prestigious National Merit Scholarship program based on their PSAT/NMSQT scores taken during their junior year. The cost of the exam is $17. The test is a paper and pencil test and will take at least 3 hours and begin promptly at 7:40 am. The deadline for the PSAT/NMSQT registration will end December 3, 2020. No late registration materials will be accepted and students can only take this exam once in our calendar school year. The form is located outside of the counseling office or online.
This test is for sophomores and juniors and will be held on October 14, 2020 at 7:40 AM in the LMC. Sophomores can take the PSAT/NMSAT as practice for the SAT. To be eligible for National Merit Scholarships, juniors must take the PSAT/NMSQT. The cost of the test is $17. See Mrs. Hlavac with any questions. Benefits of the PSAT/NMSQT