Wisconsin state law (Wis.Stats. 118.33(1m)(a)1) requires all school districts to give a 100 question civics exam to all students beginning with the Graduating Class of 2017. The questions are very specific: they are the exact 100 questions that the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) utilizes for the US citizenship test. Students must answer 60 questions correctly in order to meet the graduation requirement. The Civics exam is a 100 question, multiple choice assessment (as administered in Elmbrook), that are the exact 100 questions from the US Naturalization Test.
Below are links to provide you with more information about the new State Mandated Civics exam. This is a requirement for receiving a diploma beginning with the graduating class in 2016-17.
Brief Description of Assessment:
High School Civics exam overview
Civics Test 100 Questions and Answers:
The 100 questions on the test, with answers.
Source: US Citizenship and Immigration Services
Civics Exam Study Resources:
100 Questions and Answers
100 Questions and Answers (Large Print)
100 Questions and Answers (Audio)
Study Flash Cards