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The Klein ISD district webpage for ACT/SAT information has been updated to reflect the latest information on the PSAT and SAT redesign.

On that page you will also find

  • a link to the community meeting PowerPoint presentation that was delivered to our community in May, 2015 and
  • information on the KISD PSAT/SAT/ACT Boot Camps being offered on our campuses.

PSAT Information

On October 10, 2018 the PSAT will be offered free of charge to all 9th, 10th and 11th grade KOHS students. No registration needed.

Homeschool Students
11th grade Homeschool students - in a homeschool program, not Connections Academy or K12 - are eligible to take the PSAT/NMSQT on October 10th at Klein Oak High School. Please fill out this form and return it to campus or you can scan and email the completed form to Dr. Lindsey Marino at lmarino1@kleinisd.net no later than Wednesday, September 26th. There is no fee to take the exam. Residency in the Klein Oak High attendance zone will be confirmed prior to testing. If you are emailing your form, please also include one form of ID as well.

ID Requirements:
Form 1: Government Issued Photo ID with qualifying address
Form 2: Lease agreement or Light, Water, or Gas bill with same address as Photo ID

 


SAT Information

If you'll be taking the "New" SAT (beginning March 2016) check out this material from Khan Academy and The College Board.
SAT Test Dates & Deadlines

Click here for the College Board's SAT testing schedule page. This page will give you more details about the above schedule and tell you what "subject area" tests are offered with each testing date.

SAT Registration

SAT prefers you register online at www.collegeboard.com. If necessary, paper copies are available in the Career Center. Preparation material is also available in the Career Center.

Register online for the SAT

Klein Oak School Code: 44-6691
Test code for Klein High School: 44-584


ACT Information ACT Dates (2015 - 2016):

ACT Registration

Click here

Use same codes as listed above. Athletes who plan to participate in Division I or II sports in college should complete an NCAA Clearinghouse form. They are available from the athletic department secretary.

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