BHS Testing


Welcome to the BHS Testing Page

Junior/Senior  SCHOOL DAY ACT/SAT Exams
School Day ACT Exams:   4/20 (Makeup Test)
School Day SAT Exams: 4/27 (Makeup Test)

ADVANCED PLACEMENT EXAM ADMINISTRATION
This year's Advance Placement Tests are scheduled much differently than in the past due to the extraordinary cirucumsatnces affecting schools around the world resulting from the  COVID-19 pandemic.  BHS students will primarily take exams during  Administration 2 and 3 Testing Windows. 

AP Exam Administration Schedule




National Testing for SATs at  BHS
BHS serves as a Saturday SAT National Testing Center for CollegeBoard.   Students that are registered for any national Saturday SAT exam at BHS must arrive to school by  7:45 to be admitted in time to test.  Test takers must bring their  printed SAT ADMISSION TICKETA VALID ID, an APPROVED CALCULATOR, and at least two #2 non-mechanical pencils to the test site.  Until further notice, all test takers must wear a mask (no gaiters) to be admitted onto campus.  Test takers may also bring water and a snack.  Test takers that arrive later than 8:00 will not be admitted into a testing room. Please enter BHS at the main front entrance.  All SAT test takers must be prepared to answer health screening questions related to COVID-19.  

National Testing for ACTs at BHS
BHS serves as a Saturday ACT National Testing Center for ACT, Inc.   Students that are registered for any national Saturday ACT exam at BHS must arrive to school by  7:45 to be admitted in time to test.  Test takers must bring their  printed ACT ADMISSION TICKETA VALID ID, an APPROVED CALCULATOR, and at least two #2 non-mechanical pencils to the test site.  Until further notice, all test takers must wear a mask (no gaiters) to be admitted onto campus.  Test takers may also bring water and a snack.  Test takers that arrive later than 8:00 will not be admitted into a testing room. Please enter BHS at the main front entrance.  All ACT test takers must be prepared to answer health screening questions related to COVID-19.