4703 E. Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ 85018   MAP
Phone: 480-484-6300 | Fax: 480-484-6301
Office Hours: 7:00am - 3:00pm | School Hours: 7:45am - 2:20pm
Todd Stevens, Principal
Stephen Cervantez, John Andrews, Cher Fesenmaier, Assistant Principals
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  • The schedule for Spring 2017 AzMERIT Testing is now available! See below.
  • PSAT Scores are currently available! Log in to CollegeBoard.com to see scores.
  • Sophomores who have not met your graduation requirement for the Civics Test will be called out of their history classes to test on Monday and Tuesday, April 10th and 11th.


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Have questions about the AzMERIT Test? Check out this AzMERIT FAQs sheet or the Parent Info Letter for answers!

AzMERIT Spring 2016 Results:
Student score reports for the 2016 AzMERIT ELA and Math assessments are now available as a digital download. To access your score report(s), please follow these instructions. For more information, contact the testing administrator.


smallpdflicon.jpg PARCC (Partnership for the Assessment of Readiness for College and Career) Parent Letter
smallpdflicon.jpg The New A-F Accountability Letter Grade System Explanation
smallpdflicon.jpg The New A-F Accountability Letter Grade System Explanation (Spanish)
smallpdflicon.jpg The A-F Accountability System PowerPoint from the ADE
smallpdflicon.jpg 2014 A-F Accountability Results
smallpdflicon.jpg 2013 A-F Accountability Results
smallpdflicon.jpg 2012 A-F Accountability Results

Assessment & Accountability Main Page

 Civics Test Resources

Civics testing for all Sophomores who have not yet taken or passed the test will be held on April 10th and 11th. Students will receive passes during their history class that day to dismiss them to the testing area.

Seniors and Juniors who still have not met the graduation requirement for the Civics test, please see Mr. Cervantez or Miss Miller for information regarding testing opportunities.

Here are some very helpful websites and information for those students preparing for the civics test.

  • The SUSD Civics Test is 100 questions multiple choice test. 
  • A 60% passing rate is required to graduate

The complete testing manual including questions can be found on the ADE website below:


Students can practice with the following websites:




http://www.uscis.gov/citizenship/see-all-section-items-title-right/Civics%20Flash%20Cards%20for%20the%20Naturalization%20Test/55239?destination=node/41140 - this site includes a Spanish version of the flash cards. 

PSAT Score Info
Student PSAT scores are now available through CollegeBoard.org. Simply log in or register for a free account using your student info to access scores and other valuable resources in prepping for both the SAT and college. Watch the video below for help with understanding your scores and using them to plan for the future!


SAT and ACT Info

Click Link for this year's ACT & SAT TEST DATES and PRICE$
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SAT Suite of Assessments
The SAT®, PSAT/NMSQT, PSAT™ 10, and PSAT™ 8/9 focus on the knowledge and skills essential for college and career that students are already learning in classrooms. Working together, these assessments provide consistent feedback for measuring student progress.

Please contact the testing office with any questions:
Testing Coordinator, Mr. Cervantez 480.484.6323
Testing Assistant, Miss Miller 480.484.6321