Testing Programs

  • M.A.P

    M.A.P. (Measures of Academic Progress) is given to students in grades 2 - 8 in Reading and Math. These tests are given two times per year, Fall administration and Spring administration. M.A.P is a computerized test that gives automatic feedback to the child and the teacher as to the students’ strengths and weaknesses in the areas of both reading and mathematics..


    P.A.S.S. (Palmetto Assessment of State Standards) tests are given to students in grades 3 - 6 each year in the areas of writing, reading, math, science, and social studies. The writing portion of the test is in March of each year and the other areas are tested in May of each year.


    The HSAP test is administered initially to Sophomores in the spring of each year as mandated by state law to evaluate the progress of students enrolled in the public school system. Every student must pass all sections of the HSAP in order to be eligible to receive a high school diploma in addition to required course work. Students will have multiple opportunities to pass all sections if they continue to meet the course work requirements.

    S.C. ALT.

    The South Carolina Alternate Assessment (SC-Alt) is a state assessment designed for students with significant cognitive disabilities who participate in a school curriculum that includes functional and life skills as well as academic instruction.

    The SC-Alt consists of a series of performance tasks in each subject area that allow students to respond in a variety of ways, such as pointing and eye gazing to the correct response, selecting objects or pictures or picture symbols that represent the correct answer, or reading letters, words, or sentences to complete a task. The tasks are linked to the state academic content standards in four areas, English Language Arts (ELA), mathematics, science, and social studies.