Testing

Keep Calm and Learn On

As ordered by the Governor of the State of Ohio, the Barberton City Schools will transition to Remote Learning at the end of the school day, Friday, March 13, 2020 through Friday, May 1, 2020. Students are being provided relevant assignments to complete at home. 

 

Please click this link to view assignments and information on COVID 19.

Barberton High School
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555 Barber Road
Barberton, OH 44203
Main Office: 330-753-1084
Main Office Fax: 330-848-5517
Athletic Office Fax: 330-848-4263
Guidance Office Fax: 330-848-6245

Testing

High School Exams

College Entrance Exams (H.S. Code 360-305)

College Entrance Exams (H.S. Code 360-305)
 
Research indicates that the more education a student has completed, the better his or her performance will be on the ACT and SAT. Juniors are encouraged to take a college entrance exam the spring of their junior year. Barberton High School is a ACT testing site. If you are on free or reduced lunch or on a IEP make sure you see your guidance counselor before registering for the test.
 
Differences between the tests. SAT emphasizes vocabulary, but no questions are asked regarding English Grammar, science or trigonometry. ACT includes science reasoning, trigonometry and grammar. The key difference is the penalty for guessing on questions. ACT does not penalize for guessing on questions; SAT will penalize if the student response to the questions incorrectly.
 
 
                  
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