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Testing Information

 

Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB)

The ASVAB assessment will be administered on December 1 to high school students in Grades 10 through 12 that are potentially interested in a career in the United States Armed Forces (i.e. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard). Participation in this assessment is voluntary. Parents of interested students can sign up by pressing the button below:

Sign Up For December 1 ASVAB 

Accessing Spring 2022 STAAR / STAAR EOC Scores


All Spring 2022 STAAR and STAAR EOC scores will be released by the end of June. Parents are encouraged to review their child's test results and the personalized resources to help support learning at home, discuss the results with their child’s teacher, and work together to support their child’s learning. 

LCISD parents will be able to access STAAR scores either through:

  • Skyward Family Access: Click Here for Directions
  • Visiting the family portal at the TexasAssessment.gov website and choosing the "Lookup unique access code?" as shown below:



PLEASE NOTE:
 You will be required to enter your child's Social Security Number and Date of Birth to access scores from the Texas Assessment portal​.

Click Here to Visit TexasAssessment.gov

State and Local Testing Programs

The State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness, or STAAR, is the state testing program that was implemented in the 2011-2012 school year. STAAR is an assessment program designed to measure the extent to which students have learned and are able to apply the knowledge and skills defined in the state-mandated curriculum standards, the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). The STAAR program includes STAAR, STAAR Spanish, and STAAR-Alternate 2.

For more information about the STAAR program, click here. If you have questions about the STAAR or district testing programs, please contact your child's campus or call the Research, Assessment, & Accountability Department at 832-223-0136.

Testing Calendar

For 2022-2023 testing calendar, please click the button below:

2022-2023 Testing Calendar (Posted June 6, 2022)

Please Note: All testing dates are subject to change as needs warrant by either the District or the Texas Education Agency.

College, Career, and Military Readiness (CCMR) Testing

Weekday CCMR Testing

Dates for the below tests are included in the LCISD State and Local Testing Calendar and are required offerings.

PSAT

LCISD students in grades 8, 9, 10, and 11 will take the PSAT 8/9 or PSAT NMSQT at no charge on October 12, 2022. For further PSAT enrollment information, please contact your school's Campus Testing Coordinator.

SAT School Day

LCISD students in grade 11 will take the School Day SAT on March 1, 2023 at no charge. For more information, contact your Campus Testing Coordinator.

Texas Success Initiative Assessment 2.0 (TSIA 2) 

The TSIA 2 gives an opportunity for students to demonstrate eligibility to take dual credit or non-remedial college courses at Texas community and junior colleges without having to master the SAT or ACT. Please contact your Campus Testing Coordinator or College and Career Facilitator for more details.

TSIA 2 will be offered on during the following windows:
- November 7 to November 17
- January 30 to February 10
- March 27 to April 14

Advanced Placement (AP) Testing

Students enrolled in Advanced Placement (AP) courses are eligible to take the College Board AP test at the each May. Students that score 3 or higher on these exams may be eligible to receive college credit. Please contact your school counselor for more information. The AP Exam schedule for 2021-2022 can be found by clicking here.

Weekend CCMR Testing

In addition to the above listed tests that are offered during the school day, the following assessments are offered on weekends.

Please Note: These assessments may require a nominal fee. Please contact your high school counselor, Campus Testing Coordinator, or College and Career Facilitator for more details.

American College Testing (ACT)

The ACT gives students an alternative to the Scholastic Aptitude Test for meeting college entrance requirements. Please see your high school counselor or College and Career Facilitator for more details on enrollment requirements and related fees.

2022-2023 ACT Saturday Testing Dates and Sites

Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)

In addition to offering the School Day SAT, College Board offers several weekend sessions for the SAT college entrance exam. Please note, however, that all weekend administrations require students to register directly with College Board and pay all related fees. Please see your high school counselor or College and Career Facilitator for more details on enrollment requirements and related fees.

2022-2023 SAT Saturday Testing Dates and Sites

Credit by Exam: Grade Advancement

Credit by Exam for students seeking grade advancement from Kindergarten through Grade Eight is available during August, October, January and April -- specific windows are listed in the district testing calendars. Campus principals must approve students to be tested. Per state and local policies, students must be tested in the following areas and achieve the indicated level of mastery:


- In order to advance from Kindergarten, a student must answer a minimum of 80% questions correct on individual criterion-referenced assessments in Math and Reading.

- In order to advance a grade level in Grades 1-8, a student must answer a minimum of 80% questions correct on individual criterion-referenced assessments in Science, Social Studies, Math, and Reading.

Assessments for grade advancement are purchased and scored from the University of Texas Virtual School. For information on this program, click here.

Exams will be administered at the student's home campus. For more information, please contact your school counselor or the Research, Assessment, and Accountability Department at 832-223-0136.

Credit by Exam: High School Credit

Credit by Exam for students seeking high school credit is administered four times each academic year August, October, January, and April. Specific windows are posted on the district testing calendar. Per state law, students needing to gain high school credit must follow the below criteria:

- In order to receive credit for a course that a student has not previously taken, a student must earn a 80% or higher on an exam from either the University of Texas or Texas Tech University.

- In order to receive credit for a course that a student has previously taken, a student must earn a 70% or higher on an exam from either the University of Texas or Texas Tech University.

Exams will be ordered and administered by either the high school or junior high the student attends. For more information, please contact your school counselor or the Research, Assessment, & Accountability Department at 832-223-0136. 

Performance Reports and Legal Postings

For information about district and campus academic performance, including state and federally required performance reports and district and campus improvement plans, click here.