Assessments

AP Testing

Study Resources

Here is a list of free resources that are available for students so that they can continue to prepare for the SAT:

PSAT 10 Full-Length Practice Tests
SAT Full-Length Practice Tests
Free personalized SAT prep on Khan Academy
How to Link College Board scores to Khan Academy


While there is still uncertainty and ambiguity surrounding how the COVID-19 pandemic will impact this year’s instructional settings, a typical state assessment administration season is currently scheduled to resume in Spring 2021 as required by state and federal law. This information is based on current expectations; however, with most aspects of education, state assessments may need to be adjusted in response to COVID-19 conditions. We will continue to monitor state and federal assessment requirements and expectations as the school year progresses across Colorado and as COVID-19 responses evolve this year.

Assessment Coordinator

Kristen HoganKristen Hogan
Assistant Principal
kristen.hogan@dcsdk12.org
303.387.4007


State Mandated Assessments

 

DCSD Assessment Policy (IK)

State Assessment Excusal Process

HB15-1323

State Assessments-Why?

Test Preparation

Khan Academy

Free SAT prep on Khan Academy

How to Link College Board scores to Khan Academy

College Direction

Doorway to College

Disclaimer: The links under test preparation will guide users to sites outside of Douglas County School District.  While we do not believe any of these sites will have inappropriate content, Ponderosa High School and the DCSD are not responsible for their content.

 

 

 

 

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