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Tuesday, April 2
BEST Writing for 9th and 10th Gr

All 9th and 10th grade students will take the B.E.S.T Writing test on Tuesday, April 2.

Students will report directly to their testing or holding room locations at the 7:15 bell. We will follow a modified bell schedule so students will still see all of their teachers once testing has concluded. 

Please check your testing/holding room location in advance so you know where to go. If you normally come to school at a time other than 7:15, please make yourself aware of the unique bell schedule so you arrive at the appropriate time for your class on the modified schedule.

Click this link to see student test locations, organized by student ID number: 
BEST Writing Testing & Holding Rooms by Student ID #

Click this link to read the official Parent Notice for this test: 
Parent Notification Letter for BEST Writing 9/10

PERT for Dual Enrollment
The next PERT testing opportunity will be Tuesday, February 27, in the Media Center.

Sign ups will close Wednesday, February 14 at 1:30 PM.

Emails will be sent out to the email provided on the Google Form to notify you of your approval to test by end of day Tuesday, February 23.

The final PERT opportunity for the year will be in May. Remember you may also test PERT at Lake Sumter.

On test day, first time PERT testers should report to the Media Center immediately following the morning announcements/1st period attendance. Students who have tested before and are retaking one or more tests should report at 8 AM. 

Click here to sign up for PERT for Dual Enrollment testing:

MDH PERT Sign-Up Google Form

Testing Protocol

  • Students should bring fully charged Chromebook to all testing sessions
  • Students should have photo ID (high school students) to present to test administrator
  • Students should have a small bag to keep personal items such as phones and other electronics while they are in the testing environment
  • Students must completely turn off all cell phones (power off, not on silent or vibrate) and alarms. 
  • Student may not be in possession of electronic devices, such as smart phones, wireless ear buds, smart watches,  at any time during testing--including breaks.