SAT/ACT Information

  • SAT FAQs at Owen J. Roberts High School 

     
     
    Q: Does OJRHS offer SAT prep classes?
     
    A: OJRHS offers on-line and in-class SAT courses during the academic school year. Please see this flyer for additional information regarding the on-line SAT courses. If you hope to add the in-class SAT prep course, please submit a Schedule Change Request Form located on our main School Counseling webpage.
     

     
    Below is a helpful FAQ sheet for students and families!
     
    Check it out here
     

     
    Q: When are the SAT's offered at Owen J. Roberts High School?
     
    A: 2020-2021 Academic School Year SAT Dates:
    • September 23, 2020 - School Day SAT (open to those OJR students previously registered for August 29th session that was cancelled, OJR Seniors, and any student enrolled in the summer online SAT prep courses through OJR)
    • October 14, 2020 - School Day SAT (open to any OJR student, including seniors and juniors)
    • November 7, 2020 - Held with a reduced group and focused on SAT subject area tests
    • March 13, 2021 - offering will be evaluated later in the year
    • June 5, 2021 - offering will be evaluated later in the year

    Please follow announcements closely regarding SAT offerings at OJRHS. All of the SAT scheduling presented assumes we are not closed due to a government order.


    Q: Can I take both the SAT and SAT Subject Tests on these dates at OJRHS? 
     
    A:  We will be focusing on SAT Subject tests during the November 7th testing session.
     
    Visit College Board for more details regarding SAT Subject Tests.
     

    Q: What is Owen J. Roberts High School's "School Code"? 
      
    A: 394085
     

    Q: I receive accommodations as a "School-Based Tester"? Who should I contact about making testing arrangements?  
     
    A:  Contact Mrs. Brilla (JBrilla@ojrsd.com) well in advance of your test date.
     

     Q: What should I bring with me on test day? 
     
    A: Make sure to bring a photo ID, admission ticket, approved calculator and #2 pencils. You may bring a cell phone with you, but it must be turned completely off (not on vibrate) during testing.