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Summer 2017 Proctored Testing


Proctored Testing is when a student completes a test from their online class in the presence of an online summer instructor. All midterm and final exams must be proctored. All students must have their midterm proctored no later than July 14th and their final exam proctored no later than August 2nd. Students may select the proctored test session that fits their schedule. Students may arrive at any time during the test session as long as they are able to complete the test by the ending time.


Proctored Test Sessions at Skyline High School - Media Center

Friday June 30th: 8:00 am –11:00 am
Friday July 7th: 8:00 am –11:00 am 
Wednesday July 12th: 11:30 am – 2:30 pm
Friday July 14th: 8:00 am –11:00 am
One proctored test must be completed by July 14th.
Wednesday July 19th: 11:30 am – 2:30 pm
Friday July 21st: 8:00 am –11:00 am
Wednesday July 26th: 11:30 am – 2:30 pm
Friday July 28th: 8:00 am –11:00 am
Tuesday August 1st: 11:30 am – 2:30 pm
Wednesday August 2nd: 8:00 am –1:00 pm
All proctored testing must be completed by August 2nd.

Proctored Testing Requirements

All midterm exams and final exams MUST be proctored. If your class does not have a midterm exam or final exam, your instructor and you may decide on the unit tests that will be proctored.

At least one test from your class must be proctored by the midpoint point of the course. 

Students are required to attend 2 of these sessions as part of your online class, one before the midpoint and then one before the end of the course.  If you do not attend 2 of these sessions you will not receive a grade for your class. 

You may attend any session at any of the schools. Please bring your school ID with you and check in to the Main Office if you are a visitor at that school. 

When you enter the classroom, you will show your ID, sign in and then go to a computer and log into your class. You do not need to sign up or tell us which day you will be attending.

Please note that you may not miss a class to attend a proctored test session. 

Proctors will record the computer and the time the session began for each student.   At the end of the proctoring session, the computer history will be reviewed.  Any history that was erased will be treated the same as a history which shows students veered off the testing site.  Both cases will result in the student receiving a zero.