CMS high school students will take a variety of standardized test during their middle and high school career. The state tests will be administered during school in the spring. High school juniors will also take the ACT at school in the spring. High school students who are in AP courses have the option of taking the exam for college credit on the designated testing day in May and will register at CMS to take the exam. The SAT and ACT are required for college admissions, these are given only on Saturdays at area schools and students must register for those through the company's website. Students will need the CMS CEEB code to register for any SAT or ACT exam: 431609. Students must bring their admission ticket and a photo ID to the test.
ACT for seniors will be Sept 22, pre-coding is set for Sept 15.
PSAT Oct 14, 2020
AP Exams: Students that are taking an AP class should have already joined their class section with the code their teacher provided. Now it is time to pay for the test to meet the College Board’s deadline. Students or parents need to bring their payment and form to the attendance office starting September 21 and will end October 30, 2021. Late payments will not be accepted due to the College Board ordering deadlines. The cost of each exam is $95, except Research and Seminar which is $143. If your student is currently on Free or Reduced lunch, the TN State Department of Education and Rutherford County Board are paying for the cost of the exams for you. Free or Reduced students will still complete the forms and register in attendance. We will mark the student as yes they are testing in their MyAP account when we receive the payment and form.
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