Ohio State Tests

Students in the class of 2018 and beyond are required to take a series of seven end of course tests to meet their graduation requirements. These test include ELA I, ELA II, Algebra I, Geometry, Biology, American History and American Government. Students will earn a score of 1-5 on each test and must earn a total of 18 points to graduate. Click on the icon to visit the Ohio State Test Portal to access practice tests and resources.


The ACT and SAT are the two primary college admissions tests a student will take for the acceptance into a four-year institution. Both tests are offered multiple times a year and the ACT is given at Archbold High School. The nearest SAT testing site is Bryan High School. The majority of students elect to take the ACT versus the SAT. All students are strongly encouraged to take the ACT with Writing at least once. Fee waivers are available for low-income students in the counselor's office for either test. Click on the icons to register for the ACT/SAT and access their practice resources.

Click to download the Prepairing for the ACT Guide (English / Spanish)


The Accuplacer Test is a college placement assessment utilized by many community colleges for qualifying students to take certain courses. NSCC utilizes the Accuplacer for all incoming students, including students enrolling through the College Credit Plus program. Click on the icon to access a free web-based study app that includes practice tests.


The ACT WorkKeys is an assessment that measures the skills required for success in the workplace. There are three sections including Applied Math, Graphic Literacy and Workplace Documents. Successful performance on this assessment can lead to earning a National Career Readiness Certificate. This assessment is not offered at AHS, but can be taken taken through the Four County Career Center Adult Education Program given space availability. Click on the icon to access a free practice test. You will need to enter a user ID and password and click Create Account.


Throughout high school, students will take a wide-range of standardized tests. Some may be needed for graduation, others for college admission. Regardless of the test, it is important for students to understand why they are taking certain assessments, set goals and prepare for success. This page provides information on the many tests students will take with registration links, dates and test prep options. Direct your testing questions to Mr. Shawn Grime (last names A-L) or Mrs. Sharon Ziegler (last names M-Z).


AHS School Code



ACT & SAT Dates


September 8, 2018

(August 10 Deadline)

October 27, 2018

(September 28 Deadline)

December 8, 2018

(November 2 Deadline)

February 9, 2019

(January 11 Deadline)

April 13, 2019

(March 8 Deadline)

June 8, 2019

(May 3 Deadline)

July 13, 2019

(June 14 Deadline)


August 25, 2018

(July 25 Deadline)

October 6, 2018

(September 6 Deadline)

November 3, 2018

(October 3 Deadline)

December 1, 2018

(November 1 Deadline)

March 8, 2019

(February 7 Deadline)

May 4, 2019

(April 5 Deadline)

June 1, 2019

(May 2 Deadline)