• STAAR EOCs

    What are the STAAR End-Of-Course Exams?

    STAAR stands for State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness.  High school students mst take and pass certain required courses and the end-of-course exams for thos ecourses.  The assessments are based on the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS), the state curriculum standards.  The end-of-course exams are designed to ensure that students are learning the specific course material and are prepared to success in college and/or careers.

     

    Who is required to take STAAR in High School?

    Students enrolled in the following courses:

    • English I
    • English II
    • Algebra I
    • Biology
    • U.S. History

     

    Will a student who received special education services take the STAAR?

    The admission, review, and dismissal (ARD) committee for a student who received special education services will determine whether the student will take STAAR or STAAR Alternative.

     

    What happens if a student completes the course but does not pass the STAAR EOC Exam?

    If a student passes the course but does not pass the EOC exam, the student will take the test again.

    *Special Education students will have an ARD to determine re-testing if applicable.

  • 2021-2022 Testing Dates

    2021

    • PSAT: October 13
    • English I EOC Retest: December 7
    • Algebra I EOC Retest: December 8
    • English II EOC Retest: December 9
    • Biology EOC Retest: December 10
    • US History EOC Retest:  December 10

     

    2022

    • TELPAS/TELPAS Alt: February 22 – March 1
    • SAT School Day:  March 3
    • STAAR Alt II:  March 28 – April 29
    • English I EOC:  April 5
    • English II EOC:  April 7
    • US History EOC:  May 3
    • Algebra I EOC:  May 4
    • Biology EOC:  May 5
    • English I EOC Retest: June 21
    • Algebra I EOC Retest: June 22
    • English II EOC Retest: June 23
    • Biology EOC Retest: June 24
    • US History EOC Retest:  June 24
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