Below are several updates pertaining to Schuylerville High School students as of March 23:
Jostens Graduation Products
The March 24 pick up has been canceled. Jostens will be in touch with a re-scheduled date. Please note that this only involves graduation announcement or graduation product orders. Caps and gowns are not passed out until the rehearsal.
Students Services Newsletter
Click here for an updated March Student Services newsletter, which includes academic and scholarship updates, as well as mental health and wellness information. Students may reach out to their counselors via email (Mrs. Rust or Mrs. O’Brien) if they have any questions or concerns.
SAT, ACT and AP Exams
The College Board has canceled the March 25 and the May 2 administration of the SAT.
Currently, the June 6 National Testing Date is still on; however, that could change. Students can sign-up online or by phone by the regular deadline of May 8; the cost is $49.50. After May 8, students can still sign up before the late date, May 27, but there will be an extra charge of $30.
The only other National Testing Date at this point is anticipated to be August 29. Sign-up dates will be posted online in late April.
June 6 local test centers
- Albany HS
- Amsterdam HS
- Ballston Spa HS
- Bethlehem HS
- Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake HS
- Guilderland HS
- Saratoga HS
- Schenectady HS
- Troy HS
The ACT test originally scheduled for April 4th has been moved to June 13. All students registered for the test will receive an email from the ACT outlining the necessary steps to take to get registered for the new test date.
Below is information from The College Board:
- On March 25, The College Board will send out information and resources for students about at-home, 45-minute online exams.
- On April 3, students will be notified of the two dates they can choose to take their exam(s).
- Some students may want to take the exam sooner rather than later, while the content is still fresh. Other students may want more time to practice. For each AP subject, there will be two different testing dates.
- To be fair to all students, some of whom have lost more instructional time than others, the exam will only include topics and skills most AP teachers and students have already covered in class by early March.
- Students with testing accommodations will still be able to use them if they are taking the 45-minute exam. More information will be coming as to what this will look like.
- Click here for updates from the Advanced Placement Program, as well as access to free, live AP review lessons.