• Testing opportunities

    Anoka-Hennepin Schools do not offer student assessment testing (nationally norm-referenced standardized achievement examination) to its home school educators. 
     

    Organizations offering testing are: 

    Minnesota Statewide Testing Program (U of M): 612-626-1803
     
     

    PSAT testing for home school students:

     

    In an effort to support our home school students in their post-secondary endeavors, the Anoka-Hennepin school district has reserved 30 PSAT tests for tenth- and eleventh-grade home school students. This is a 'first come, first serve' opportunity. This test is primarilty for eleventh-graders, but tenth-graders can also take it as a practice. The test will be offered at the Anoka Technical College Auditorium (1355 W Highway 10, Anoka, MN 55303). The cost for this test will be $18.00. Once registrations have been received and processed, no refunds will be given.

    The PSAT will be given: Wednesday, October 30, 2019, from 8-11 a.m. Please arrive early.

     

    The PSAT/NMSQT is the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. The PSAT is a great primer for the SAT, and even the ACT, but it’s more than just a trial run. PSAT scores are used to identify National Merit Scholars and award merit scholarships.

     

    *Registration has been closed for the PSAT.

     

    Practice ACT testing for home school students:
     
    The earlier your child starts thinking about careers and post-secondary education, the better prepared your family can be to make the right choices. In an effort to support that goal, the Anoka-Hennepin school district has reserved 20 Practice ACT tests for tenth- and eleventh-grade home school students. This is a 'first come, first serve' opportunity. The test will be offered at the Anoka Technical College Auditorium (1355 W Highway 10, Anoka, MN 55303). There is no cost to students for this career and college preparation test.
     
    The Practice ACT will be given: Wednesday, October 30, 2019, from 8-11 a.m. Please arrive early.
     
    Students who take the Practice ACT tend to do better on the ACT. The ACT measures a student's readiness for college, and is required for admission into most 4-year institutions nationwide. This assessment has proven to have a positive impact for the future of students and a higher score on the ACT, which can expand opportunities for college and financial aid.
     
    *Registration has been closed for the Practice ACT.