Adult High School Standardized Tests
The Adult High School administers standardized assessments in accordance with requirements set by the Florida Department of Education (FLDOE).
Please arrive in building A, room 176 on the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus at least 20 minutes before your appointment to allow for the intake process. Students must wear a face mask and bring a current, valid government issue photo ID (e.g. driver license, state identification card, or passport) in order to test. All other testing materials will be provided by the Testing Center. Please note that guests cannot wait in the Testing Center. If you have any questions about testing procedure, please email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Please contact the Disability Support Services office at 407.708.2460 or visit them in SC-130 to discuss your eligibility for testing accommodations. All accommodations must be documented by letter if approved. It is the student's responsibility to submit the letter to his or her advisor at least 6 weeks prior to a standardized test.
Computer-Based Practice Tests
Practice tests, also known as ePATs, provide direct exposure to the format and structure of test items in preparation for standardized assessments. An ePAT is recommended, but not required for each individual assessment.
End-of-Course (EOC) Assessments are computer-based tests designed to measure student achievement in specific state standards. The Adult High School administers EOC assessments for the following subjects:
- Algebra I (Note: the PERT Math may administered in place of an EOC assessment until further notice.)
- U.S. History
Download our Student Guide to EOC Testing for more information.
FSA ELA for Reading and Writing
Students who have not yet passed the Grade 10 FSA English Language Assessments for Reading and Writing must take and pass these assessments or earn a concordant reading score to meet graduation requirements.
ACT and SAT
Adult High School students who elect to take the ACT or SAT may earn a concordant reading score in place of passing the Grade 10 FSA English Language Assessments for Reading and Writing. Students are responsible for paying the associated registration fees for these tests and must provide a school code to order a score report. The Adult High School code is 101555. However, score reports may arrive sooner when using college codes 0779 for the ACT and 5662 for the SAT.
Score reports are received 6-8 weeks after the date of the test. You can generate an unofficial transcript to view your scores through your MySeminoleState account.
- Log in to MySeminoleState.
- Click the "Academic Records" tile.
- Click "View Unofficial Transcript" from the menu on the left.
- Select "Seminole State Unofficial" from the drop-down menu under Report Type.
- Click the "Submit" button in the upper right corner.
- View and/or print your unofficial transcript. If your transcript does not load in a new tab or window, adjust your pop-up blocker settings and try again.