The AIMS Mathematics Test will be held on Tuesday, April 9, 2013.
ALL Freshmen and morning students need to report to school at 8:00am. Afternoon students (except for freshmen, who will have already reported to school in the morning) will still report at 12:00pm. Upon arrival, students must report to their first class, at which time they must sign in and receive a ticket that will either release them for the day, or have information about which testing room to go to.
Be sure to be prepared for testing day by getting a good night's sleep and eating a good breakfast. One meal will be provided for students prior to testing. Breakfast for the morning students, and lunch for the afternoon students.
If you have any questions about testing, please contact Mrs. Flores in the front office at 623-932-6562.
The AIMS Writing and Reading tests will be held on Monday, February 25 and Tuesday, February 26. All morning testers and non-testers will report to their first period classes at 8:00 am. Afternoon students need to report to their first classes at 1:45 pm. At the scheduled time, students who have passed the AIMS tests will be released and testers will go to their assigned testing rooms.
ALL FRESHMEN MUST REPORT TO SCHOOL AT 8:00 am regardless of whether they attend class in the morning or afternoon.
Students who do not attend during the testing days will be required to flex a full Friday for each day missed.
One meal will be provided to all test takers prior to the start of the exam. All electronic devices will be collected at the testing doors. Please refer to the AIMS testing information here.
If you have any questions or comments, please contact the main office at 623-932-6562.
It's that time again - that's right, test time. Tomorrow, Tuesday April 10, the statewide AIMS Mathematics exam and the Stanford 10 for Freshmen will be given. Students who have passed the AIMS Mathematics exam previously will be given a ticket to leave immediately after first period. At that time all other students will be released to their testing locations. All testing students will be leaving at the same time. Unless previously discussed with an administrator, students may not be picked up early or leave campus until exams are completed schoolwide.
For some Sophomores, Wednesday April 11 will be the AIMS Science exam. Students who are required to take this exam are notified and will be pulled out of their regular classrooms to take the exam. All other students will be having a regular school day.
For any questions or concerns, please contact the front office at 623-932-6562.
The fall session of AIMS is in a week. Juniors and Seniors who have not met the AIMS will be required to take the tests.
The testing dates are as follows:
October 25 -Writing
October 26 - Reading
October 27 - Math
A completed schedule for all students will be posted in the next few days, so be sure to check back often.
Students have until Monday to bring in documentation of having met an exam if school records show otherwise.
For any other questions or concerns, contact the front office at 623-932-6562.