SAT Testing for Juniors and Seniors Mar. 13 - Register by Feb. 4
Dear Students and Families,
The State of Washington provides students with multiple pathways for graduation. In order to provide access to a testing opportunity, Issaquah High School is offering the SAT exam, March 13 for all interested Juniors and Seniors. This year's TEST WILL BE ONLINE.
Registration will close on February 04. Late registrations cannot be accepted.
SAT is a multiple-choice, pencil-and-paper test created and administered by the College Board. The purpose of the SAT is to measure a high school student's readiness for college and provide colleges with one common data point that can be used to compare all applicants.
Note: Students will be provided with testing accommodations as approved by the College Board. If your student has current testing accommodations they would like to use for the SAT, please reach out to your student's school counselor. All accommodations must be approved in advance by the College Board.
Registration Deadline: February 04, 2024. Late registrations cannot be accepted.
Test Date: March 13, 2024
Time: 10:15am – 1:15 (Note: testing begins at 10:15 – and ends at approximately 1:15. Testing time may run shorter/longer depending on how long it takes students to check in and begin).
Lunch: Students taking the exam can access the commons for 2nd lunch after completing the exam.
Place: Issaquah High School – testing rooms will be communicated later
How much does it cost, and how/when do I pay?
- Exam Cost: $60.00
- Students will be charged through the IHS bookkeeper and may pay online through the bookkeeper portal or in person at the window. Test fee will be posted to student accounts Feb. 18 (we are unable to process payment before this date).
- Financial assistance is available for students who qualify – please contact your counselor or IHS ASB Bookkeeper for additional information.
What do I need to bring?
- Fully Charged Laptop and Cord with the bluebook App installed (we will NOT provide you with a laptop on arrival). If you choose to bring a personal non-school issued device, we cannot troubleshoot technology issues on your personal device.
- Valid Photo ID (Ex: license, passport, student ID)
- You do not need an admission ticket – school-based tests use registration lists for entry
- Two No. 2 pencils with erasers
- An approved calculator
- Water and a Small Snack
- Download and Install Bluebook (all laptops must have the bluebook app installed to take digital SAT)
- Please be sure to get plenty of sleep the night before
- Eat a good breakfast
- Visit the SAT Website for information about what to expect from the test
Students will enter directly into the testing site, where they will be seated upon check-in. Please plan to be at Issaquah High School from 10:15 am-1:15. Small breaks are given throughout the test. Note: students will remain at their testing station during breaks.
Additional information will be provided to all registered students following the registration deadline. If you have any specific questions, please contact:
Assistant Principal (A-E)
Issaquah High School