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ACT, AP, Teacher Resources, Test Prep, and other Educational Supports

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Free military online support study program to help students prepare for standardized tests i.e. ACT prep, improve school work and review materials - Google Chrome Browser seems to work the best.  You may need to enable cookies
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There are assessments to help with both high school and junior high students.

Core Subject Supports

English & Literature

Math Science


Social Studies 

Art & Music Study Tools
Demonstrated Competency Tests
Demonstrated Competency Tests are available through Granite School District.  Requirements are:
Demonstrated Competency Assessment
    • For students in grades 9-12
    • May not have taken any portion of the course at an accredited Utah School before testing
    • No cost for exams
    • Students may re-take test once per school year
    • No letter grade awarded, only the P and credit toward graduation
What is in the DCA test?

The test includes both content knowledge as well as application of that information from state core standards. Successful students typically have had extensive  experience in a course, such as a similar course from out-of-state, related coursework, participation in extra-curricular activities or advanced personal/independent study. Students should meet with their counselor and parent/guardian to review previous coursework, standardized test scores or other relevant experience to decide if the student is sufficiently prepared to be successful on the DCA. There are no specific study guides for the assessments, however, students should review the state core standards for the course. There is no cost for students for the assessment.

How do I sign up for a DCA?

An online request for testing must be made  (below) and a test ticket filled out and signed by a Parent/Guardian as well as the student’s counselor. Each test has at least two parts, so two or more testing days will be required; the second session will be scheduled only if the first portion of the assessment is passed.   Most tests require only a 2 day advanced notice, however some require up to 3 weeks.  Please see the chart below for details.   

Request for DCA Testing

Attention Seniors:  Students who are currently in 12th grade must begin any DCA before May 1 so that all parts  may be taken and then graded  prior to May 13, 2019

  1. Request for Testing Form -Fill out online (best done in the counselor’s office)  Seniors may not register for tests after April 14.  
  2. Schedule appointment with testing center, 385-646-6042
  3. Testing Ticket 2018-2019-Print and bring signed document to the testing center on test day

2 Day notice

Biology Earth Science ELA 9, 10, 11 (Available starting September 2018) Fitness for Life General Financial Literacy Health II PE Participation Skills and Techniques Secondary Math 1, 2, 3 US Government and Citizenship World Geography World History

1 Week notice

World Language (Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish)



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