All students at Calhoun Falls Charter School are required to participate in mandatory state testing. For questions about state testing, please contact Regina Washington at email@example.com.
2022-2023 CFCS Assessment Calendar:
2022-2023 Assessment Calendar.doc
You can learn more about testing by visiting the SC Department of Education's page for parents and students:
SC Online Testing Video Tutorials for EOC, SCREADY & SCPASS
Online Training Tools (OTT)
Online Calculators Allowed for EOC, SCREADY & SCPASS
Four Function Calculator: https://www.desmos.com/testing/southcarolina/fourfunction-standard-assessments
Scientific Calculator: https://www.desmos.com/testing/southcarolina/scientific-standard-assessments
Graphing Calculator: https://www.desmos.com/testing/southcarolina/graphing-standard-assessments
Who & What?
SC READY is given to all students in grades 6-8. Students will take an assessment in Reading, Writing, and Math.
When & Where?
Testing will occur in May over a period of 3 days. Please refer to the current assessment calendar for specific dates.
Required or Optional?
The SC PASS Science assessment is only given to 6th grade students.
Testing will occur in May. Please refer to the current assessment calendar for the specific date.
(End of Course Examination)
EOC exams are given to any student taking Algebra 1, Intermediate Algebra, Biology 1, English 2, or US History. The exam counts at 20% of the student's final course grade.
Testing occurs in December (for S1 EOC courses) and in May (for S2 EOC courses). Please refer to the current assessment calendar for specific dates.
College Entrance Assessments
Offered to students in their 3rd year of high school. Students may choose to take either the SAT or ACT at no cost. Only one assessment may be chosen.
Testing will take place on the CFCS campus. Typically in March or April. Please refer to the current assessment calendar for specific test dates.
Career Readiness Assessment
Required of all students in their 3rd year of high school. The exam measures a student's career readiness in four areas: Math, Reading, Locating Information, and Soft Skills.
Testing will take place in either March or April. Please refer to the current academic calendar for specific dates.
The PSAT is the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. Available to students in grades 8, 10 and 11.
The PSAT is given on one day in October. The date is set by the College Board. Please refer to the current assessment calendar for the specific date.
While not a SC state mandated exam, the ASVAB is given to 11th graders. It is a timed, multi-aptitude test that can help determine if a student is a good fit for the military and which branch one might be best fitted for.
The ASVAB is typically given in November on the CFCS campus by a member of the military. Please refer to the current assessment calendar for the specific date.