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 PSAT Results: The test results from the October 17th PSAT test were reviewed with the sophomores during their Biology classes on Wednesday January 17th. The sophomores will be encouraged to take the PSAT/NMSQT the fall of their junior year and the state will pay for them to take the SAT the spring of their junior year.

 PSAT/NMSQT Results: In September of 2018 the NMSQT will announce the 2017-18 semi-finalists. What constitutes a range of scores in the top 50 percentile? 1080-1600. HHS senior Veronica Flores was a NMSQT semi-finalist for the 2016-17 school year! Hopefully HHS will have more National Merit Scholars from the class of 2019! For more information about the NMSQT, click the following link: National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC)



SAT (College Board) and Khan Academy have partnered to create one of the best test prep opportunities offered! All HHS sophomores and juniors have a “personalized” test prep program through Khan Academy! Your students PSAT/NMSQT scores were linked with Khan Academy’s SAT test prep program. What this does it eliminates the need for your student to work on areas they are already strong in and helps your student focus on what they need to work on. If your student did not take the PSAT, no problem. There is a math and English diagnostic test for them to take. This is a great opportunity for HHS students to prepare for the PSAT/NMSQT and SAT. The average improvement in test scores for those students who spent time preparing for the SAT through Khan Academy was 115 points! Please encourage your student to spend time each week preparing. It is never too early to start! How do students access the test prep site? They type SATpractice.org in the address bar of their phone, Chromebook or computer browser and log in through their Google account and they are ready to go! 

SAT /Khan Academy Test Prep Log In Page

Next SAT Test Day: The statewide SAT for juniors is Tuesday April 10th and will be proctored during the school day at HHS.


Next ACT Test Date: Saturday April 14th.

NEW ACT & SAT Test Prep

ACT SAT Test Prep Power Point





 The Idaho State Department of Education requires all Idaho juniors to have completed a college entrance exam by the end of their junior year in high school. Homedale High School offers support in registering all juniors for the ACT and SAT tests and alternative tests such as the ACCUPLACER. If you have any questions about these tests, please e-mail Mrs. Flaming at dflaming@homedaleschools.org


Facts about the College Testing Requirement from the Idaho Department of Education.


 The Accuplacer will be used for the 2017-18 school year as the test for the ACT/SAT for Homedale High School juniors who need an alternative or are on the p-tech track and have not had the opportunity to take a college entrance exam.







The blue on the map shows the states where the majority of students take the ACT. The orange show the states where the majority of students take the SAT.


Tips for Taking the ACT

FAFSA Power Point

PSAT Information

PSAT at HHS 2015 Information


PSAT/NMSQT Parent Permission Form for Juniors

The PSAT (Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test) is offered once a year in October.

Juniors should take it for possible scholarships in the National Merit Scholarship Program.

Sophomores can take it for practice.