Lake Howell High School
FSA ELA INFORMATION (ALL STUDENTS)
9th and 10th graders will take the FSA ELA during the spring administration in 2022.
If a student is enrolled in 10th grade and taking English 3 Honors or Higher, they may be permitted to sit for the FSA ELA in the fall. >>>>Please speak to Ms. Pearson directly.
Remember, passing the 10th grade FSA ELA is a graduation requirement. Students will take the test in 9th grade, but this test is used as an instructional data point and for class placement. Passing the test in 9th grade does NOT meet the ELA testing graduation requirement.
GRADUATE TESTING REQUIREMENTS (ALL STUDENTS)
Students may utilize any of the following options to meet the Math high school graduation requirement:
Earn a level 3 on the Algebra 1 EOC during ANY future administration (offered four times a year) or
Earn a level 3 on the Geometry EOC score or
Earn/use a comparative score on one of the following assessments:
PSAT/NMSQT Math Score of 430+
SAT Math Score of 420+
ACT Math Score of 16+
Students may utilize any of the following options to meet the FSA ELA high school graduation requirement:
Earn a level 3 on the FSA ELA retake during ANY future administration (offered twice a year) or
Earn/use a concordant score on one of the following assessments:
SAT EBRW Score of 480+ (Superscores DO apply!)
ACT an average score of 18 on English and Reading Subtests (17.5 average rounds up!)
Ms. Jaclyn DiMatteo
School Assessment Coordinator
SAT/ACT FREE EVENTS
Kaplan SAT Bootcamp--> https://www.kaptest.com/sat/free/events#live (Live)
Kaplan SAT Bootcamp--> https://www.kaptest.com/sat/free/events-on-demand (Recorded)
Kaplan ACT Prep-->https://www.kaptest.com/act/free/act-free-practice-test
Princeton review: Free SAT Practice Tests and Events--> https://www.princetonreview.com/college/free-sat-practice-test#!practice
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Media Center FAQ
How can I check out a textbook?
Stop by the Media Center before, during, or after school to check out textbooks. Be sure to return all books at the end of the year or you will be placed on the debt list!
How can I search for an LHHS library book?
Click this link to see what books are available for checkout: LHHS Library Inventory
When is the Media Center open?
The MC is open most days from 7:00AM-2:45PM; however, these hours may vary with testing.
Typically password resets must be done at school on the network in order for students to regain access to their accounts. The students must be present, and currently, that is unfortunately not an option.
At this time, we are asking that parents and/or students do one of two things:
Use the link to reset: https://cpr.scps.k12.fl.us/external/GenerateEmail or https://cpr.scps.k12.fl.us/external
Students and/or parents must have the student ID and an updated guardian email.
Contact the Help Desk Monday – Friday 6:45 AM to 4:30 PM
Student video help guides for using every aspect of Ecampus (Link)
Ecampus en español: haga clic aquí (Link)
Observer Account Setup (Link)
Please email Ms. Pearson with any questions about Ecampus at email@example.com.
You may also reach out to the help desk at the district:
Monday – Friday 7:30 AM – 4:00 PM