The High School Placement Test (HSPT)
What is the HSPT?
The High School Placement Test is an in-person exam, scheduled over a 4-hour period. There are five sections, or sub-tests, that cover the following areas: reading, mathematics, verbal, quantitative, and language skills.
The HSPT is a standard method that private schools, and particularly Catholic high schools, use to find students who submit scores that demonstrate a student will be well-positioned for a rigorous high school curriculum. St. Gerard Catholic School is a testing Site for this test.
HSPT Test Prep Workshop Registration
We will be holding a HSPT workshop on Saturday, November 13, 2021 from 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM Please select this link to register for this workshop. Clink the link below to register for this test preparation workshop.
HSPT Test Prep Workshop Link: https://bit.ly/3w8lbVa
HSPT Test Registration
Register for the HSPT test at St. Gerard High School scheduled for 8:30 AM Saturday, December 11, 2021: https://bit.ly/3q5Fwtl
Thank you for registering to take the High School Placement Test at St, Gerard High School on Saturday, December 11, 2021. Please fill out the following form. Please note, there is a required testing fee of $20.00 for all High School Placement Tests administered through the Archdiocese of San Antonio. Payment can be made by credit card. Please call the school office to process the payment (210-533-8061). You may also pay in person by stopping by the school office to process your payment.
A few things to note for the testing day:
The school doors will open at 8:15 a.m.
Students will have their temperatures checked prior to entering the building.
The attire is comfortable but modest.
Your child will receive an entry ticket for the test upon arrival that will direct him/her to a testing classroom.
Students MUST bring two (2) #2 pencils with them to the test.
The use of calculators is NOT permitted during the test.
Cell phones will be collected by the class proctors and will be returned to the students once the test is completed.
There will be two short breaks.
Your child(ren) may bring a small, ready-to-eat snack item and water bottle to the test.
If you have questions, please email Dr. Linda Vargas-Lew, Dean of Academic and Student Support Services: firstname.lastname@example.org
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