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Interim Principal: Terry Trigg-Scales
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Standardized Testing

PSAT Scores (Fall 2018)

  • Online scores for students who took the October PSAT will be accessible beginning December 12th.
  • Paper copies will be mailed to schools and will become available in January.
  • Students can receive FREE practice to increase their skills and scores by linking their Khan Academy and College Board accounts.
  • The student portal contains information on National Merit, other scholarships, as well as AP Potential.
  • Sample PSAT Score Report


Dates and Information for 2017-2018 Standardized Tests

Students who qualify or may qualify for free/reduced lunch should see their school counselor for information regarding fee waivers for standardized tests and college applications.

 SAT/ACT Comparison


Advanced Placement

Advanced Placement (AP) classes allow students to stand out in college admissions, earn college credit for courses taken in high school, potentially skip some introductory college courses, and be better prepared for the rigors of college.

  • AP scoring is on a 1-5 scale. To receive credit in a course many colleges require a 4 or 5.
  • Testing occurs in May

For more information on AP Testing, see AP Testing Info

SAT & ACT Tutoring Resources

Disclaimer: Montclair High School does not endorse any specific test prep company.


Updated: 12/12/2017