State-Funded SAT Tests

State law requires districts and community schools to administer the state-funded ACT or SAT to all grade 11 students in the spring of the school year. Each year, districts and schools will select the test to administer to their juniors.

*Beginning Spring 2025 for the Class of 2026, a parent or guardian can exercise the option for their student not to take the state-funded ACT or SAT as indicated in House Bill 82.

All LEAs should make sure they have a current email address in OEDS (OEDS.ContactUs@education.ohio.gov) and with the Ohio K-12 Help Desk (support@ohio-k12.org).

Annual Survey for District Selection of College and Career Readiness Assessment (ACT or SAT) in Spring 2025

The annual survey for district selection of college and career readiness will be sent to superintendents on August 14,  2024, ending on September 13th.
 
JVSD and ESC schools do not participate in this survey; please see this notice for more information.

To help districts make this important choice, overviews and recorded presentations will be provided by the latter part of July, 2024.

Spring 2025 SAT Digital Test Window

Districts choosing SAT for the State-Funded Test will be testing digitally.
One Window, 8 weeks in length is completely available.
Districts will only need to choose a start date within the window.
 
Digital Window
March 3rd – April 30th, 2025
 
*See SAT in Ohio webpage for rules/requirements (Presently, 2024 information posted; 2025 information will post as it becomes available)

Please direct questions about SAT test administration to ohsat@collegeboard.org or call 866-609-2205.
 
Please direct questions about graduation requirements to gradrequirements@education.ohio.gov.

Last Modified: 6/21/2024 9:53:44 AM