State High School Assessments

Aspire Plus for Grades 9-10
The Utah Aspire Plus is a hybrid of America College Test (ACT), Aspire and Utah Core test items. This is a computer-delivered assessment and includes sub-tests for reading, English, math, and science. The tests provide students with a predictive score for the ACT, which is taken by all Utah 11th  grade students and is the most commonly submitted college readiness assessment for local universities.

Utah Aspire Plus Portal

Training
Utah Aspire Plus Video Series

 

American College Test (ACT)
The American College Test or ACT is the most commonly submitted college readiness assessment for local universities. The ACT includes sub-tests for Reading, English, Math, and Science. The ACT is available to all Utah 11th grade students at no cost on a day selected by the district.  Student may register for and pay for other ACT testing dates through the ACT website.

 

Civics (required by Utah law for graduation)
Uintah School District supports the Utah Legislature in promoting civic education for graduating students in public schools. In keeping with state law, the district requires students to take and pass a civics tests based on the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Civics Test.

A sample test using 50 of the 100 U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Civics Test questions can be found HERE.

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