Testing & Assessment

Testing & Assessments 

Fall 2021 3rd Grade ELA Testing
During the week of October 25, 2021, the Fall 2021 Grade 3 ELA will be administered online to all third graders.

End of Course
The Fall 2021 EOC will be administered online to HS students who need to retake an end-of-course exam the week of November 29, 2021.

State-Funded SAT Testing Spring 2022
The State-Funded SAT test will be administered online March 2-4, 2022, to all eleventh graders at Warrensville Heights High School.


Ohio’s Early Learning Assessment (ELA)
Preschoolers participate in the Ohio’s Early Learning Assessment to determine scholar’s current development level skills, knowledge and behaviors based on observation, when he or she is assessed in theses seven areas: (1) Social Foundation, (2) Mathematics, (3) Science, (4) Social Studies, (5) Language and Literacy, (6) Physical Well-being and Motor Development, and (7) Fine Arts. For more information click here.


Kindergarten Readiness Assessment Revised (KRA-R)
KRA-R is administered to kindergarteners to measure his/her readiness for engaging with instruction aligned to the kindergarten standards. Scholars are assessed in the four areas of early learning: (1) Social Foundations, (2) Mathematics, (3) Language and Literacy, and (4) Physical Well-being and Motor-Development. For more information click here.


Ohio’s State Test (OST)
OST measures scholars’ growth and progress toward Ohio’s Learning Standards and to determine if he/she obtained the knowledge and skills necessary for long-term success in school and college/career. 

Elementary students participate in the following:

  • English Language Arts (ELA) Grade 3-8
  • Mathematics Grade 3-8
  • Science Grade 5 & 8

High School students participate in the following End of Course Exams:

  • Algebra and Geometry
  • Biology
  • American History and American Government
  • English I and English II

SAT

Alternate Assessment for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities (AASCD)
AASCD is administered to students with significant cognitive disabilities for him/her to demonstrate his/her skills and knowledge. This assessment is rigorous and aligned to the Ohio’s Academic Content Standards Extended (OACS-E).
Students and Families

Ohio English Language Proficiency Assessment (OELPA)
OELPA is an English language proficiency assessment that measures skills in four key domains: listening, reading, writing, and speaking, for students who have been identified as English Learners (EL). To learn more on the standards the students will be assessed click here.
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