FAQ's for High School SOL Testing

FAQ's for High School SOL Testing
Posted on 04/26/2021

FAQs for High School
SOL Testing 
Spring 2021



When will the SOL tests be given? 

The high school testing calendar is posted on each school’s  website and in Canvas.

What time will testing start and  end?

Testing will begin at 9:00 a.m. and end around 12:00 p.m.  SOL tests are untimed and some students may need  additional time to complete the test. Students need to arrive  no later than 8:30 am.

What will students need to bring to  take the SOL test?

Students need to bring their fully charged Chromebook for  the SOL test. 

Do students have to participate in  SOL testing?

All students currently enrolled in a SOL tested subject and  need a verified credit are required to participate in SOL  testing. Questions about participation should be directed to  the school’s testing coordinator. 

Will transportation be provided for  SOL testing? 

Hybrid students are already designated to receive  transportation on their designated school days.  

Students who are 100% Virtual must test in person at their  school.

My child is enrolled in a SOL  tested course. How does SOL  testing impact the verified credit  and graduation requirements? 

To graduate with a Standard Diploma for students entering  the ninth grade for the first time in 2018-2019 and beyond, a  student must earn at least 22 standard units of credit and five  verified units of credit. Students earn standard credits by  successfully completing required and elective courses.  Students earn verified credits by successfully completing  required courses and passing associated end-of-course SOL  tests or other assessments approved by the state Board of  Education.

When and how will I receive my  student’s SOL test results?

SOL test results will be mailed home along with the final  report card. If you have not received results by the end of  June, contact your student’s school. 

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