• testing ASSESSMENTS (ACT/SAT, ASVAB)

    The ACT and ACT Aspire tests are administered to Grades 11 and 9 respectively through the Arizona Department of Education state assessment program.  Students take these assessments at Grand Canyon School free of charge.  The PSAT/NMSQT and ASVAB tests are also administered to students at Grand Canyon School.  Click the links below for general information regarding these assessments.

    ACT.org

    2021-22 GCUSD Grade 11 ACT State/District Test Date:  March 1, 2022

    Students need to obtain a copy of their most current transcript, create a MyACT account and complete MyACT Non-Test Information prior to March 1.  Access the following link for instructions:  (click here)

    2021-22 GCUSD Grade 9 ACT Aspire State/District Test Date:  April 19, 2022

    2021-22 National ACT Test Dates (Click Here)

    • High School Code:  030-160 (for ACT and SAT)
    • ACT/SAT fee waivers may be available. See your counselor for details.

    ACT Question of the Day (Click Here)

    SAT/collegeboard.org

    PSAT/NMSQT - The Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) and PSAT 10 measure what students learn in school, determine if students are on track for college success, and open doors for opportunities to prepare and pay for college.  To read more about the PSAT/NMSQT, click here.

    SAT Question of the Day (Click Here)

    ASVAB/program.com

    The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) measures strengths and potential for future success. You don't "pass" or "fail". The results represent how  well you have developed your skills in addition to your potential for training.  Access the following link for more details:  https://www.officialasvab.com/

    Once you have taken the ASVAB and have received your ASVAB summary results, you can learn more about your scores by viewing the tutorial video and creating an account that will allow you to view your scores and utilize other helpful features at the link below.  If you are considering enlisting in the military, it is best to discuss your results with a military recruiter.  

    Understanding Your ASVAB Scores