College Board


Sterling High School will administer the SAT on the following dates:

November 5, 2022 October 7, 2022   October 25, 2022
 May 6, 2023 April 7, 2023  April 25, 2023

UPDATE: College Board will discontinue the essay portion of the SAT test after the June 2021 test administration.

SAT Suite
, including:

SAT Subject Tests - Register online.
    *Hour-long content-based tests that allows you to showcase achievement in specific subject areas.
    *Be sure to confirm if the colleges to which you are applying require these tests and plan accordingly. 
Since the SAT & Subject tests are given at the same time, you cannot take both on the same day.

Official SAT Practice on Khan Academy


The Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test 
(PSAT/NMSQT), co-sponsored by the College Board and the National Merit Scholarship Corporation is a standardized test that provides firsthand practice for the SAT. 
Our administering of the PSAT is TBD for 2020.  PSAT has created additional testing days that administration is considering. There is no charge and students do not have to register.  
Students should bring #2 pencils and a calculator.

Videos for:  

Accessing PSAT/NMSQT Scores
Understanding PSAT/NMSQT Score Report
Understanding PSAT/NMSQT Scores - FOR PARENTS
Linking College Board and Khan Academy

Advanced Placement (AP)

The Advanced Placement Program® (AP) enables willing and academically prepared students to
pursue college-level studies while still in high school.

Which Students Should Take AP?
All students who are willing and academically prepared to accept the challenge of a rigorous academic curriculum should be considered for admission to AP courses.


Benefits of Taking AP

  • Stand out on college applications. AP courses on a student’s transcript shows that they’ve challenged themselves with the most rigorous courses available to them. And success on an AP Exam shows that they’re ready for college-level coursework.
  • Earn college credit and/or skip introductory courses in college. Most four-year colleges and universities in the United States—as well as many institutions in more than 100 other countries—grant students credit, placement, or both for qualifying AP Exam scores.