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High School: Grades 9-12




Students are expected to sit for their exams at the established time. In the event of emergency or illness the day of the exam, the parent should notify the office of the absence, and the student can reschedule with the teacher.

If there is an extenuating circumstance of another sort that would merit rescheduling, please contact Kim Fullerton (kim.fullerton@littlerockchristian.com) to discuss. Any rescheduled exams will be administered under the same distraction free, secure conditions as regular exams.

During the testing time

Unless a student is testing with Learner Services, all testing is contained during the allotted 90 minute time frame. Final examinations all end at the same time. No extra time will be given unless the student is testing with Learner Services and it is an approved accommodation.

Students should expect to use the whole testing time or, if finished before 90 minutes, remain silent, even if all students are finished in the room: this emulates testing students encounter with ACT and reduces distractions in the building while also reducing pressure to hurry. No student should leave the room during testing except in an emergency.

Students will not have access to electronic devices (i.e. cell phones, ipods, calculators, etc.), during the exam time, even after the exam is completed. Electronic devices are relegated to break times during exam days. If a device is needed for the exam (such as a calculator) the teacher will inform the students of the approved device and monitor its usage.

On exam days

Students are only required to be at school when they have exams. Students who are at school and not taking an exam will go the commons to study quietly.

Students who miss an exam, and the absence is unexcused (such as oversleeping) will be deducted a late penalty.

Sprouts will serve substantial snacks before, in between, and after exams. No lunch will be served on exam days.

Junior High: Grades 7-8

Students are expected to sit for their exams at the established time. In the event of emergency or illness the day of the exam, the parent should notify the office of the absence, and the student can reschedule with the teacher. If there is an extenuating circumstance of another sort that would merit rescheduling, please contact Michele Glover.


During the testing time

Unless a student is testing with Learner Services, all testing is contained during the allotted 90-minute time frame. Final examinations all end at the same time.

Students should expect to use the whole testing time; however, if they finish before 90 minutes, they are required to remain silent, even if all students are finished in the room. This emulates the type of testing students encounter with the ACT, and it reduces distractions in the building, while reducing pressure to hurry. No student should leave the room during testing except in an emergency.


Students will not have access to electronic devices (i.e. cell phones, IPods, calculators, etc.) during the exam time, even after the exam is completed. Electronic devices are regulated to break times during exam days. If a device is needed for the exam (such as a calculator) the teacher will inform the students of the approved device and monitor its usage.


On exam days

Students are only required to be at school when they have exams. Students who are at school and not taking an exam will go the ARC to study quietly. Exam days are considered “dead days”. Students may not go to the gym, football field or fine arts building. Also, students may not leave campus on foot.


No lunch will be served on exam days.

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