Successful testing is a key component of every student's online high school academic journey. At Hope Hope School Online, we are committed to providing our students the personalized attention and support necessary to prepare them for performing well on academic assessments. The high-quality education provided by the well-qualified teachers, coupled with a hands-on approach, creates very positive academic outcomes for the Hope High School Online students.
HHSO has a variety of tests administered each school year.
Below is a quick description of each type of assessment.
Math and Reading assessments are administered to students at the beginning of their Math and ELA courses. These tests are used to help establish a student's proficiency baseline. These tests must be taken with an approved proctor.
Math and Reading benchmarks will be administered in between first and second semesters of Math and ELA Courses. These tests must be taken with an approved proctor.
Math and Reading assessments administered to students at the end of Math and ELA courses are used to measure academic growth. These tests must be taken with an approved proctor.
4 State Assessments:
Any state mandated test will be administered in accordance with state regulations and guidelines.
These tests must be proctored in person with a Blueprint Education staff member. Students are not required to bring any materials of their own as HHSO will provide everything needed.
AzMERIT (Arizona’s Measurement of Educational Readiness to Inform Teaching) is Arizona’s new statewide achievement test. Arizona is partnering with the American Institutes for Research (AIR) to develop tests which are unique to Arizona.
These will be given based on The Arizona Department of Education. Please be aware that students may be required to travel to in order to take the necessary tests. HHSO will determine the exact days, times, and location during the testing windows. For more information about state testing, please contact your academic coach.
Arizona public school students in Grades 3 through high school will take AzMERIT. Students in Grades 3 through 8 will take an assessment in English language arts and mathematics at their grade level. Students taking high school level English and mathematics will take End-of-Course assessments that will test their proficiency in these subjects. Only eligible students with significant cognitive disabilities will participate in other alternate achievement tests.
In 2010, the Arizona State Board of Education adopted new standards in English language arts and mathematics for all students in Arizona. These academic standards outline what students should know and be able to do at each grade level. With the adoption and implementation of new standards, a new test was necessary.
5 Civics Test:
A 100 question test to be administered to all students. Students must pass this test with at least 60% before a diploma can be issued.