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College Rep Visits
Throughout the fall over 100 colleges and universities visit Stagg to speak with students regarding admission requirements, the application process, majors, scholarship opportunities and much more. Fall visits are primarily geared towards upperclassman. College representative visits take place during the regular school day. Students are required to sign up for the visit 24 hours in advance. Sign up to see a College Admission Representative
Select "Annual Residency Verification (ARV)" along the left hand side of the page for information on residency and the link to submit RESIDENCY ONLINE for returning students.
Advanced Placement Testing
This spring, traditional AP exams will not take place and will be replaced by an at-home testing option, which is in development for each AP course.
The important details of this new format are:
● Tests will take place from May 11 and May 22
● Teachers will receive the student responses two weeks after the test
● Students with documented accommodations will automatically have extended time.
● Exams are 45-minutes, self-timed by students. There will be a timer on the test, but if the test is submitted after the 45 minutes it will not be scored, no exceptions.
● Exams are open note/book/internet; questions will be more application-based
● The College Board will post for all courses by end of day April 3rd
● Specific questions about preparing for the new testing format should be directed to the teacher of the AP course.
● The Advance Placement Youtube Channel is sponsored by College Board and lessons will be live-streamed and archived for future viewing.
Spring SAT Canceled
The April 14 State SAT has been canceled for all Illinois high schools. Additionally, College Board has also canceled all May National tests. This year's early graduates and those needing an SAT score for graduation requirements will have this requirement waived for the current school year. The Illinois State Board of Education is reviewing opportunities for a State SAT in the Fall of 2020, but has not made a final determination. District 230 will also review any possibilities. We realize this may be unsettling for our juniors, however, know that all juniors across the nation are facing the same dilemma and all post-secondary institutions will need to make accommodations to account for this reality. District 230 will keep our students and families informed as more information is provided by both ISBE and College Board.