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District to administer state testing to juniors March 31 and April 13

10th and 12th graders will be on Distance Learning

Broken Arrow High School juniors are required to participate in state testing, which will include the SAT and Oklahoma’s science and U.S. history exams, during the school day this March and April.

Juniors will take the science and history assessments on Wednesday, March 31, and the SAT exam on Tuesday, April 13. All assessments will be completed online during the school day at Broken Arrow High School.

Both days will be Distance Learning days for sophomores and seniors.

Students will need to charge their Chromebook to full capacity the night before and will need to bring a power cord. Tests will take approximately five hours to complete, and many Chromebooks will not last this long. Testing locations will be provided for students to plug in their Chromebooks. 

Students do not need to bring a calculator and will be able to use the online calculator. However, if a student would like to use a handheld calculator, they will need to bring an approved SAT calculator on test day.

April 12 is the scheduled make-up day for students who miss the science and/or U.S. history test. Make-up days for the SAT are April 14 and 15.

For additional information on state testing, please contact Broken Arrow High School at 918-259-4700.


How to prepare for the exams:

Science and U.S. History: The Oklahoma Department of Education provides a “Parent, Student and Teacher Guide” that is available online and in English and Spanish.

SAT: The College Board provides students with SAT practice tools through Khan Academy, which includes personalized study plans, full-length practice tests, thousands of interactive practice questions, video lessons, test taking tips and more. The College Board provides a "Student Guide" that is available online.