• Final Exam Information 2023

     

    Please click here to view the EOC and Final Exam Schedule for 2022/23

     

    Final Exam Locations

    Locations will be posted when they become available.

     

    Required EOC and CTE Exams

     

    EOC EXAMS

    CTE Post-Assessments

    • Biology I

    • English II

    • Math I

    • Math III

    • Foods I - F. Black & L. Dextre

    • Foods II - L. Dextre

    • Child Development - M. Rhaney

    • Early Childhood II - M. Rhaney

    • Apparel I & II - P. Graham

    • Interior Design Fundamentals - J. Reimers

    • Business Essentials - K. Covington

    • Project Management I - M. Busch

    • Health Science I - A. Jackson & R. Wright

    • Accounting I & II - G. Kennedy

    • Automotives (Fundamentals & Auto I) - Lemmond

    NOTE to Parents: 

    Any student who successfully completes the PBM or obtains the required credentials as their Proof of Learning will not be expected to take a Teacher - made exam and will not be required to be on campus during that class period.

     

    Important Notes

    ● All students are required to take End-of-Course (EOC) and CTE Post Assessments on campus. A list of those exams is found above. 

    ●  Students must bring their WCPSS issued device to use for all exams. 

    Grading for Exams: EOC & CTE Post Assessments and teacher-made exams will count 20% of the final course grade and are REQUIRED of ALL students. A Zero will be recorded for an exam grade if the student does not take the exam within the 10 day window. The original EOC scale score, achievement level, and percentile will be reflected on the student transcript. 

    Testing Outside of the Exam Window: Students cannot test outside of the testing window May 26, 2023- June 9, 2023. Exceptions must be requested and approved in advance by the district. The district only approves exceptions in very rare cases. To submit a request to test outside the exam window, contact Andrew Goettman, school testing coordinator: agoettman@wcpss.net. Requests must be submitted by Monday, May 1, 2023, to be considered. No requests for exceptions will be accepted after May 1, 2023

    Medical Exemptions: Students with significant medical or health concerns should contact their counselor to complete a medical exemption waiver. Medical waivers are due by May 1, 2023. Students are required to take a state required EOC, CTE and teacher-made exam if a medical exemption is not submitted. 

    Senior Exam Exemptions: Seniors who have a final grade of a “C” or better in a course that does not require a State Mandated Exam will be considered EXEMPT from the Final Exam from that course. Attendance will not count toward Senior Exam Exemptions for this school year.

     ● Students are expected to take exams at the scheduled times. Students must be present at the beginning of the exam period and must remain for the duration of the exam to receive credit for the exam. To maintain the integrity of all exams, students will not be permitted to check-out early during any exam period. Any  changes of dates or times for teacher made exams for individual students may be granted at the discretion of the teacher but must be within the 10-day testing window. 

    ● Students can leave campus after their exam session has ended if they have turned in their permission slip and if they have a way home. Students who remain on campus after exams, must remain in the designated and supervised area until dismissal at 2:20pm

    ● Students who are absent from EOC & CTE Post Assessments and teacher-made exams will be contacted by their teacher with a location and time. The student should make-up the exam on June 8th or 9th.

    ● According to North Carolina Testing Policy, students are not allowed to bring electronic devices other than approved calculators and WCPSS supported devices into the testing room at any time during State Testing, including breaks. Any student with a cell phone/electronic device during the testing period may be dismissed from testing, and a misadministration may be declared for that student. A student who has been dismissed for a violation of the electronic device policy must take the missed exam on a make-up day. Per Wake County School Board Policy 3225, the student is subject to disciplinary action by school administration.

    All buses will follow their normal departure schedule. No early departures will be provided.

    • Students who do not have transportation home at the end of the exam session will be assigned to study hall in the Cafeteria for the remainder of the day. 

     ● Breakfast and lunch will be available for students who must be on campus to take exams. 

     

    Questions

    • If you have EOC & CTE Post Assessment questions, please contact Enloe Test Coordinator Andrew Goettman at agoettman@wcpss.net (EOC) and Caroline Patterson at dpatterson2@wcpss.net (CTE).

    • For teacher-made testing questions, please contact your individual teacher directly.