|Juniors living in Pattonville can take ACT for free at PHS on April 19|
|Friday, January 6, 2017|
All Pattonville High School juniors will take the ACT test at no cost on April 19 during the school day. Students who regularly attend Pattonville High School will be registered by the high school, and no action is required for these students. However, 11th-grade students who live in the Pattonville School District but attend private schools or who are homeschooled may also take the state-wide ACT test at no cost on April 19 at Pattonville High School. The following steps are required for private school or home school students to register (beginning Jan. 5) for this administration of the ACT:
1) Pre-register by Feb. 28 with the Pattonville School District at: https://goo.gl/forms/ZoNtfFDX1v8pVe382
2) By Feb. 28, students or parent(s) must come by the curriculum and instruction office at the Pattonville Learning Center located at 11097 St. Charles Rock Road to:
a) Demonstrate that they meet residency requirements as described in No.1 and No. 3 at http://www.psdr3.org/enrollment;
b) Provide a transcript that shows the student is currently in the 11th grade; and
c) Provide a photocopy of the student's driver license or school photo identification card.
d) Students who require accommodations must provide a complete copy of their Individualized Education Plan (IEP) or 504 Plan.
3) On April 11, participate in the pre-test session at Pattonville High School beginning at 12:30 p.m. The pre-test session will be completed by 2:15 p.m.
4) On April 19, report to Pattonville High School beginning at 7:30 a.m. Students are required to bring their own testing materials including pencils and calculator. Testing will be completed by 1 p.m.
Students may not bring mobile phones or other electronic devices with them on April 11 or 19.
Questions may be directed to the Pattonville Assessment office at (314) 213-8007.