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Here are brief descriptions of the tests being offered in October. Please click the MORE INFORMATION link for access to parent letters and RSVP links for parents of MSOL (MyStudentOnline) students.

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PSAT/NMSQT

This test will be held at Sunlake on two separate dates: October 14 and October 29.  All sophomores will be scheduled to take this test at no cost on one of these dates. Parents of MSOL students should click the MORE INFORMATION link to RSVP.

Juniors who are interested in qualifying for the National Merit Scholarship and freshman who wish to take the PSAT may also take this test by signing up through the attached Juniors &  Freshmen Signup.  The cost is $17, and should be paid using the “student fees” button on myStudent. Space is limited.  Please use the attached link to sign up.  You will not be considered registered until both the form and payment have been submitted.

ACT College Reportable – All Seniors

This year, Sunlake High School is pleased to announce an exciting opportunity we are providing to all seniors this fall.  All seniors will have the opportunity to take the ACT on October 6, 2020 or October 20, 2020 during the regular school day.  This test is being offered at no cost to students.   The ACT is a standardized college entrance exam that is accepted by many colleges in the U.S. and world-wide. Parents of MSOL students should click the MORE INFORMATION link to RSVP.

SAT Non College Reportable – Eligible Seniors

Sunlake High School will administer a non-college reportable SAT test experience on October 14 for SENIORS who have not met one or both graduation testing requirements.

Students who participate in this SAT experience will be granted fifty percent extra time in hopes that the extra time will give the student a better chance to earn the necessary SAT scores.  However, because these accommodations have not been officially approved by SAT, student results from this test experience will not be shared with colleges or scholarship agencies.

Parents of MSOL students should click the MORE INFORMATION link to RSVP.