Below, you may find information on important tests, test registration information, testing dates, and pricing.
Contact your guidance counselor if you have any questions

Advanced Placement Exams are held in the spring of each year. The protocol for taking these tests is to register online for each test. To register, students must follow a two-step process: 
    1. Students must enroll in their classes through College Board

    2. To pay for the exams, students must use Total Registration
      All students who qualify for the Free and Reduced Lunch Program will qualify for a reduced price. Students who need additional financial assistance should speak with their counselor. 

The Preliminary SAT is a great tool for 11th-grade students considering college and will be typically given in the fall each year. The PSAT measures critical reading skills, math problem-solving skills, and writing skills. Altoona Area Senior HS recommends that juniors take the PSAT to receive feedback about strengths and weaknesses and to help prepare for the SAT. 
Students must answer all of the questions on the following pages to complete the exam registration. A confirmation page indicates that the exam registration process has been completed.
Altoona Area Senior HS is excited to offer families the ability to pay their exam fees online at the time of registration.
Please be sure to have a credit card or debit card available before beginning registration.
 Please contact Mrs. Keri Harrington, [email protected] if you have questions.

Scholastic Assessment Test I: Reasoning Test - for college-bound juniors
Scholastic Assessment Test II: Subject Tests - for specific colleges & majors (see your counselor)
Juniors who plan to attend college should register for the Scholastic Assessment Test. Registration materials are available in the counseling office. Students are encouraged to register online. Fee waivers are available from your school counselor for families who are eligible for free and reduced lunches.
Testing information:
AAHS Test Center #39-116           AAHS (CEEB) School Code: 390055

Bring your admission ticket, a photo ID, two No 2 pencils, and a calculator.

Arrive at 7:45 a.m. to locate your testing room.

Students may elect to take the ACT, another college entrance exam. Registration materials and fee waivers are available in the counseling office. Students may also register online.

The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery is given every year to students who are interested in pursuing a military career. The test provides specific information to help explore both military and civilian careers. Taking the ASVAB does not obligate students to the military in any way. Representatives from the military administer the exam once during the school day each October.
If you are interested in enlisting but missed this year's test, see your counselor or your recruiter to make individual arrangements.