UVA State Testing
Each year, students in grades 3-11 enrolled in University View Academy will be administered state required assessments. The testing is based on grade level expectations, which reflect the knowledge and skills students should have acquired through course work. There is no pass or fail grade. Instead, it’s an achievement score.
The state assessments are Kindergarten Readiness, K-3 Literacy Assessment, LEAP2025 (English and Math), LEAP2025 (Science), EOC, WorkKeys, CLEP, AP, and ACT. Since students are in attendance from all over the state, they will go to assigned sites and will be tested by certified personnel. University View Academy is a public charter school so students must take part in the appropriate assessments.
Student transcripts reflect weighted grades if the student took honors or Advanced Placement courses.
Benefits & Value
There are many reasons why the PSAT and ACT Tests are important for University View Academy high school students. How you score on these tests can determine the level of scholarship you receive for college. University View Academy graduate and National Merit Scholarship Semi-finalist Samantha Armentor shares her experience with testing.