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Attention Juniors - ACT Report  - State Testing - IMPORTANT UPDATE

ACT score reports are mailed up to 8 weeks after we receive your test responses. Expect to receive ACT (no writing) score reports 3-8 weeks after the test date and ACT with writing score reports 5-8 weeks after the test date.

Scores on the Web 

You can view your score report for free using an ACT web account. After you receive your paper score report:

• Create an account. Go to www.actstudent.org and follow the on-screen directions.

Read more about Juniors - ACT Information

I TOOK THE ACT …..NOW WHAT?

Receiving and Sending your ACT Scores & Schedule for ACT Score Reports

ACT score reports will be available 5-8 weeks after the test date.  Your paper report will automatically be mailed to the address entered on the answer document.  Each college selected will also receive a report.

Scores on the WEB

If you do not already have an account, please wait until AFTER you receive your score report to create one.  To view your scores, you must enter the ACT ID from your your score report when this information is requested as part of creating your account.

If you do already have an account, please wait 2-3 weeks after the test date to log into your account and check to see if your State and District testing scores have been posted. Note:  writing scores are usually added about 2 weeks after the multiple choice scores are posted.

You can use your ACT web account to pay for additional score reports or sign up to retake the test on a future National test date.

NOTE:  The information above as well as additional ACT details can be found in the Taking the ACT Test booklet all students received during pre-administration or can be accessed through the following link Taking the ACT Test

 

Connect with your school counselor if you have additional questions.

Read more about 11th Graders: I took the ACT, now what?

Juniors have been meeting with their school counselor in small groups during November and December.   The meetings center around  important information about planning for senior year and their transition out of high school.  Below is the presentation that guides the junior academic and career planning conference.

11th Grade Academic & Career Planning Presentation

Read more about Attention Parents of Juniors: Academic & Career Planning Meeting

View College Rep Visits, Career Speakers, and Job/Volunteer Opportunities on our Student Services Calendar