Craftsbury Academy is an SAT testing site in April of 2024 (date TBA), but students with junior or senior status can sign up for and take the SAT and/or the ACT at other testing sites this fall. Students must sign up by the deadline. During the registration process you will be able to access information about testing locations. SAT Deadlines
December 9, 2023 ACT test date - deadline to register is November 3, 2023 - sign up at https://www.act.org/
The SAT is a half-day pre-college admissions exam that students usually take their junior or senior year, or both. There’s no limit to the number of times a student may take the SAT, but students should understand the admissions practices of each college they might be applying to, as some colleges only see the student's best SAT score while others see all of the student's SAT scores. Most colleges accept SAT or ACT scores interchangeably.
SAT Test Dates at Craftsbury Schools:
April, 2024 (Date TBA)
The PSAT is taken by mostly juniors and sophomores in October. The PSAT allows students to "get a feel" for what the SAT, or even the ACT, test will be like. The PSAT won’t count towards your college admissions applications, but it is the qualifying test for the National Merit Scholarship. Students may take the PSAT one time only.
PSAT Test Date at Craftsbury Schools:
Friday, October 20, 2023
Advanced Placement classes at Craftsbury Schools are open to students in 11th-12th grades.
Advanced Placement (AP) is a nationwide program that is designed to prepare secondary students for higher education. AP classes provide rigorous, college-level curriculum in various subjects and the opportunity to earn college credits or advanced college standing.
AP United States Government - Monday, May 6, 2024; 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
AP Calculus AB - Monday, May 13, 2024; 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
AP Language and Composition - Tuesday, May 14, 2024; 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
AP Biology - Thursday, May 16, 2024; 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
The ACT contains four multiple-choice tests—English, mathematics, reading, and science—and an optional writing test. These tests are designed to measure skills that are most important for success in postsecondary education and that are acquired in secondary education. Most colleges accept SAT or ACT scores interchangeably.