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ACT and SAT Exams

ACT and SAT Exams

Students who are planning to attend college after graduation should take the ACT and/or the SAT prior to graduation. Currently, all Rockwood students will take the ACT during the school day as Juniors and are automatically registered by the school. Registration to take additional ACT and SAT exams are done online through the testing agency's website (see below).  


These exams are used by colleges and universities during the admissions process. Most colleges will use a student's highest score in consideration for admission and scholarships. Some colleges might "SUPERSCORE" (use the highest score from each subject to create a new "superscore" composite). During the admissions process, the requirements for the exams as well as document submission deadlines will vary for each institution. For example, some colleges might require the ACT or SAT with writing yet a highly selective college might also recommend or require SAT Subject Tests.

** Students need to be aware of application deadlines and if scores need to be sent directly from the testing agency or if they will be accepted with the high school transcript. 

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ACT Registration

A list of ACT TEST DATES may be found on Summit's A+ and Testing Coordinator website.
Register for the ACT- www.act.org (School Code- 263197)
Test Center Code-158690

Special Instructions for Registering for the ACT

View this brief video for important INSTRUCTIONS on how to register for the ACT and create your MyACT web account.

Need help with your ACT account? Contact ACT Student Services at (319) 337-1270.

Additional information on getting started with your MyACT account can be found here: https://success.act.org/s/article/Getting-Started-with-MyACT


How do I Get my ACT Results? 

If you have already taken a national ACT exam that you registered for through your MyACT account (not the state test taken during Junior year), log into your account on act.org. If you took a national ACT prior to your Junior state exam, you may need to merge both accounts to see all of your exam scores. Contact ACT Student Services at (319) 337-1270.

Free ACT for Rockwood School District Juniors 

All RSHS juniors will automatically be registered to take this exam at school--no online registration is necessary. For more information, visit Summit’s Testing Coordinator’s website.

Test Fee Waivers

Students who qualify for the supplemental nutrition program (SNAP/Free reduced-price lunch) are eligible for two ACT fee waivers and two SAT fee waivers during high school. If eligible, students may obtain a fee waiver by:

  1. Stopping by the Post-High School Planning Office to obtain a paper fee waiver, 

           or

    2. Request one online by logging into your Scoir account. Click for instructions


SAT Registration

A list of SAT TEST DATES may also be found on Summit's A+ and Testing Coordinator website.
Register for the SAT or SAT Subject Tests www.collegeboard.org (School Code- 263197)

When Can I View My Scores? 

Score reports are mailed home to students 6-8 weeks after the test date.  The high school also receives the paper score reports.  When students register for the test they can list up to four organizations to receive their test scores electronically from the testing agency.  Organizations that are listed at the time of registration like colleges/universities, NCAA, NAIA will receive the scores at the same time that the student and the high school do.  In many cases, students can view their scores online as early as two weeks after the test date.


If a student wants to wait to send their scores until after they have viewed them, official scores may be sent by the student to organizations by logging into their online account for the ACT or SAT and requesting the score reports be sent.  There is usually an additional fee. 

Additional Pre-College Testing 

Tests such as the PSAT are not used during the college application process and are therefore not handled by the Post-High School Planning Office.  All questions regarding those tests can be directed to Mrs. Jennifer Kottmann, Testing and A+ Coordinator, at kottmannjennifer@rsdmo.org or by accessing the RSHS A+ Coordinator website.

For additional information on the ACT Test and to sign up, please visit The ACT website.


For additional information on the SAT Test and to sign up, please visit The College Board website


To determine if a college requires the writing portion of the ACT, please click here.

ACT & SAT Test Prep Options

ZAPS ACT Prep - This one-day ACT prep class will be held at RSHS on 10/14/23 and 3/9/24 from 9:00AM to 3:00PM. Register now for the 10/14/23 seminar. $99 if registered by 10/4/23, then $110.