- About IECHS
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The ACT® assesses high school students’ general educational development and their ability to complete college-level work. The multiple-choice tests cover four skill areas: English, mathematics, reading, and science. The Writing Test, which is optional, measures skill in planning and writing a short essay.
Students are encouraged to take the ACT® test at least once during their junior year and again in the early fall of their senior year in time to meet college and scholarship application deadlines. Itineris juniors will take the state-wide ACT in March (no cost to the student), while seniors may take the nation-wide ACT in October (no cost to students that sign up for a payment voucher at Itineris by the established school deadline).
ACT® encourages online registration - see link below. When registering, students will be asked to identify their high school by code. The code for Itineris Early College High School is 450-452. Students will also be asked to select colleges/universities that they would like their scores sent to. Students are encouraged to send scores to SLCC, as ACT scores may be used instead of SLCC Placement Test scores to satisfy course prerequisites.
Below are several websites in which students may take practice ACT questions/tests and read through general tips on how to prepare for this college entrance exam. There are also ACT preparation apps available for download through the Apple Store or Android Market.
The AP Program offers more than 30 courses across multiple subjects. AP Courses are developed by a committee of college faculty and AP teachers to ensure that the information, skills, and assignments found in the corresponding college course are taught in the high school AP class. These are rigorous courses that test students’ ability to perform at a college level. AP exams are standardized and given throughout the Nation each May. A student must pass an AP exam (generally with a 3 or higher depending on the college a student plans to attend) in order to receive college credit.
Advanced Placement Testing Information – Alternate test dates are subject to College Board regulations and may be subject to additional fees. All alternate tests must be approved by the school’s AP Coordinator, Ms. Nisson. To learn more about AP Testing visit The American College Board.
AP Credit Transfer Guides – Are you wondering how your AP credit will transfer and be accepted at colleges locally or around the country? Use the following transfer guide to see how your AP credit is helping to accelerate your college studies.
AP Tests Administered at Itineris:
The Utah Aspire Plus is a hybrid of the ACT Aspire and Utah Core test items. This is a computer delivered, fixed-form high school assessment for students in grades 9 and 10. The test will include subtests for Reading, English, Math, and Science. The tests will provide students a predictive score for the ACT, which is taken by all Utah 11th grade students and is the most commonly submitted college readiness assessment for local universities.
Itineris freshmen sophomores will take the Utah Aspire Plus on Thursday, April 18 and Friday, April 19.
The SAT is a widely used college admission test. It’s taken by more than two million students every year and is accepted by virtually all colleges and universities in the nation. The SAT tests the reading, writing and math skills that you learn in school and that are critical for success in college and beyond.
The SAT and other College Board tests are offered several times a year. Most students take the SAT for the first time during the spring of their junior year and a second time during the fall of their senior year.
Learn more about the SAT and SAT Subject Tests, register online, and view and send your SAT scores by visiting the CollegeBoard website.
The CollegeBoard encourages online registration for the SAT test. When registering, students will be asked to identify their high school by code. The code for Itineris Early College High School is 450-452.
Preparing for the SAT
Below are several online sites in which students may take practice SAT questions/tests and read through general tips on how to prepare for this college entrance exam. There are also SAT preparation apps available for download through the Apple Store or Android Market.
**SLCC has discontinued use of the Accuplacer for placement testing purposes as of January 25, 2019. SLCC has implemented a new Placement Process.
SLCC’s Placement Process includes computer-based quizzes that measure a student’s English/Reading Comprehension and Math skills. The results of these quizzes are used to advise in appropriate coursework for student success–such as placement into a math, science, English, and other college-level classes. These quizzes can be retaken.
Itineris students are provided an opportunity to take the Placement Process quizzes for the first time in the spring of their 9th grade year upon admission to Itineris as a sophomore. Students may register for retakes through SLCC (there is a fee for retakes). See SLCC’s Placement Process website for more information.