We offer a variety of testing options from Individualized Testing to Standard Achievement Style tests.
Individualized student testing can be done anytime of the year, but normally in the spring for students both enrolled and not currently in our program (fees apply). Please contact us if you are interested!
The PSAT test is for High School Students and takes place every October. This test is not required but is recommended for 11th grade. 9th, 10th, and 12th grades may also take the test if there are available seats. If your student would like to take the test, please notify the WCFS office so we can reserve a spot for you. Practice tests are available from the office.
Test fees :
9th,10th, & 12th Grades:
$50.00 for WCFS Academy students
No charge for WCFS Academy students
Non-WCFS Academy students:
Iowa Test of Basic Skills
The Iowa Test of Basic Skills (ITBS) is open to students in grades 3-9 and required for all eighth grade students. The ITBS test is a requirement for all 8th grade students entering high school. The results of this test are intended to be a road map to help you and your student realize his/her strengths and weaknesses and plan accordingly for high school. WCFS administers the ITBS once a year in mid-March. There is $50 fee for students taking the test who are not in 2, 5, or 8 grades.
For this year's testing details, click here.
Nationwide SAT testing is facilitated by the The College Board.
Students enrolled in WCFS must use our school code (located on our school profile on the members page) if you want your SAT scores to be included on your transcript.
SAT in School Day: April 14
Students enrolled in WCFS' Academy program, a special SAT in School Testing Date will occur on Wednesday, September 23 at the WCFS Office. Students will be able to take the full SAT. Please contact the WCFS office to register and for more details.
Information about the ACT test may be found at The ACT Website. Students enrolled in WCFS must use our school code (located on our school profile on the members page) if you want your ACT scores to be included on your transcript.