Students in Cincinnati Public Schools are tested throughout the school year to determine knowledge and skill levels. These tests measure students' achievement to determine strengths and weaknesses, so teachers can adjust instruction to meet students' needs. If you're looking for information on the Walnut Hills High School Entrance Exam, please visit: https://www.cps-k12.org/WHEE
Contact Cincinnati Public School Testing: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 513-363-0180
Elementary students participate in testing required by the Ohio Department of Education. This includes:
- State Diagnostic Assessments in grades K-3
- Ohio's State Tests (Grades 3-8)
- Ohio's High School End-of-Course (EOC) Exams
- Practice Tests for Students & Families
Students in grades K-8 participate in a series of assessments throughout the school year in reading, mathematics, science and social studies. These assessments are timed to parallel the teaching of the district's curriculum and are tools to alert teachers to students' academic strengths and weaknesses.
Nationally Norm-Referenced Standardized Tests
Cincinnati Public Schools uses the Iowa Assessments norm-referenced standardized test published by Riverside Insights. This test compares a student's performance to a standard of average performance of other students across the nation. Students in grades 2 and 6 are tested in September/October."
Information about Ohio's new graduation requirements is on the Ohio Department of Education's website.
All CPS students in 10th and 11th grades may participate in the PSAT (Pre-SAT), which helps students prepare for successful performance on the ACT and SAT college-entrance tests.
All CPS 11th-graders also take the ACT.