SAT/ACT Testing at SBHS

SAT/ACT Testing at SBHS
Posted on 08/26/2021
Protocol for SAT/ACT Testing

SAT Dates          ACT Dates

*Check-in will begin at 7am and testing doors will close at 8am. We recommend everyone arrive early*

1. Make sure you have a valid ID, your admission ticket, and a mask. You CAN NOT test if you are missing any of these items.

2. If you are feeling sick the morning of the test, STAY HOME. If you have any COVID symptoms, you CAN NOT test. There will not be a form to fill out prior to testing. Instead, you will be asked if you agree/affirm to the following statements:

     A.  You do not have covid-19 or reason to believe you have covid-19. Symptoms of covid-19 include cough, fever, chills, muscle pain, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell.

     B. You agree to wear a mask the entire time you’re at this test site.

     C. You agree to follow the health and safety guidelines in place at this test site as instructed by testing staff. Testing staff will follow the most stringent guidelines in effect for this site.

     D. By entering the testing room, you’re accepting the risk of covid-19 exposure. While we have taken measures to help create a safe environment, unfortunately, it isn’t possible to remove all risks.


3. You must be wearing a mask and social distance the entire time you are on campus, inside and outside the building.

4. Once you agree to the statements above, you will be allowed to enter through the main entrance of the building. All testing will take place on the 3rd floor of the main building for this administration. Use the stairwell to your immediate right to get up to the third floor.

5. As you arrive on the 3rd floor, there will be lists posted. These lists will provide Room Numbers and a list of students scheduled by their last name. Find your test type (SAT or SAT Extended Time), the range your last name fits into, and the corresponding room number, and then report to that room immediately.

6. Once you locate your room, wait outside the room for your proctor to call you in. Your mask must remain on and you must remain socially distant while you wait. The only time your mask should ever be removed is during check-in so that your proctor can identify you.

7. When your room finishes the test and you are dismissed, exit the building immediately, keep your mask on, and find your own space as you wait for your ride outside the building.

Best of luck!

SAT Testing Staff

For any issues or questions please contact Joseph Hoehman
[email protected]