The resources below will aid in our students’ academic success. Please use them well.
Be sure you know what tests are coming up, so that you are well-prepared on test day. The local school test date may differ slightly from what is on the county test calendar. Students should listen for announcements in their individual teacher's class.
* The CCSD Testing Schedule is a general guideline. The local school will have a local school plan that is similar to the general school district guideline.
For information, please visit our Advanced Placement page.
Lassiter’s College Board school code is 111983 (used for SAT and ACT). For other passwords you need, please see a teacher or guidance counselor.
Lassiter High School is serious about academics. We expect our students to do their best to excel. Our teachers are serious about teaching, and our students are serious about learning. This page is full of tips and resources to help you accomplish your lofty goals. Please visit it often so that you are always aware of important test dates as well as what resources are available to assist you in achieving your ambitions.
The Academic Support and Enrichment (ASE) program has been created to provide students additional assistance for their coursework and high-stakes standardized testing. As an aid to support student success, we meet three times a week for thirty minutes during the school year.
For additional questions about our ASE program, please contact Mrs. Ashlynn Campbell, the assistant principal and ASE coordinator for Lassiter High School.
We encourage you to read about the Common Core Standards that the state of Georgia, along with 47 other states, has adopted. The Common Core standards will provide a unified set of standards that will be used from state to state, which will prepare students for success in college and/or the 21st century workplace. You can also read the letter from our district office for more details.
For more information, please feel free to visit any of these websites:
All students will take the End-of-Course Test (EOCT) after completing courses in Math I, Math II, Algebra, Geometry, US History, Economics, Biology, Physical Science, 9th Grade Literature and Composition, and American Literature and Composition. Results of the EOCT are used for diagnostic, remedial and accountability purposes to gauge the quality of education in the state and also count as part of the student's final grade in the course. For students enrolled in 9th grade for the first time before July 1, 2011, the EOCT counts as 15% of the final grade. For students enrolled in 9th grade for the first time on July 1, 2011, or after, the EOCT counts as 20% of the final grade.
Please visit the Georgia Department of Education website for the study guides in each discipline of the EOCT series of tests. The EOCT study guides are also located on the sidebar of this page, under the heading Plan for Graduation and College.
Students in the eleventh grade will participate in the Georgia High School Writing Test (GHSWT) and must pass the GHSWT to earn a regular education diploma. Students are asked to produce a response to one on-demand persuasive writing prompt. The writing test requires students to produce a composition of no more than two pages on an assigned topic. The two-hour test administration includes 100 minutes of student writing time. Please visit the Georgia Department of Education website for additional information and resources.
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Advanced Placement courses are college level courses taught in high schools throughout the country. The College Board establishes curriculum content, and students have the opportunity to take a year-end exam which may qualify them for college credit. Lassiter High School offers advanced placement courses in the areas of fine arts, English, mathematics, science, career/technology, foreign language, and social studies.
We will post Advanced Placement (AP) test scores online only. Students may set up a College Board account to view their test scores in mid July. (If students have taken the SAT and have a College Board account, the new account is not necessary.) Students should keep their student identifier number as well as their e-mail address when bubbling demographic information for the AP tests. To retrieve scores in July, use the following information:
For more information regarding the AP Program, please contact Rhonda Webb, LHS AP Coordinator, and visit our blog by clicking on the link at the side of this page.
Students typically start taking the SAT their junior year and may take it through their senior year. It is given seven times a year at area schools. Register early, so you can get your first-choice test center. For practice tests and to register for testing, visit CollegeBoard.com.*
Register for the ACT through the ACT website,* or you may pick up an application in the guidance office. As with the SAT, students will typically start taking the ACT their junior year into their senior year.
Brochures for information are available in the school counseling office.
*Students without Web access at home may use a computer in the library between the hours of 7:00 a.m and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Friday. Students may also obtain a pass from the media specialists to visit the library during lunch.