Graduation Testing

Required Tests

1. OGT – Ohio Graduation Test

  • Students who started their 9th grade year during the 2013-2014 school year and earlier will need to pass the OGTs in order to graduate.

2. AIR – American Institutes for Research

  • Students who started their 9th grade year during the 2014-2015 school year and beyond will need to pass the AIR Tests in order to graduate.

OGT – Ohio Graduation Tests

OGT Testing Week
  • The test will be given October 17-21.
  • Tests will be taken in the morning.
  • Students will be told information about where they are testing and the expectations before the OGT testing week.
  • Contact your guidance counselor with any questions.

Need help preparing for the OGT

1. Helpful Links

Florida schools chief Pam Stewart is recommending the American Institutes for Research to produce Florida's next statewide test. AIR Tests
  • AIR Make Up tests will start December 5th through December 16th.
  • Tests will start in April and continue into May
2. AIR Tests
  • Tests will be given for the following: English I, English II, Algebra I, Geometry, Physical Science/Biology, American History and American Government.
  • There are seven total tests that students have to take throughout their time in high school.
  • Students can earn from 1-5 points for each exam, based on their performance.
  • 5 – Advanced
  • 4 – Accelerated
  • 3 – Proficient
  • 2 – Basic
  • 1 – Limited
  • Students must:
    • accumulate a minimum of 18 points from scores on all of their tests throughout high school to earn a diploma.
      • accumulate at least 4 points from their ELA 1 and ELA 2 tests
      • accumulate at least 4 points from their Algebra I and Geometry tests
      • accumulate at least 6 points from their Science, American History and American Government tests
  • If you have any questions, contact one of the assistant principals or your guidance counselor.

3. Helpful Links


For more information

Click here for a video on Ohio's new graduation requirements

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