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Online OGT Testing
Current law requires students who first enrolled in grade 9 before July 1, 2014, to take and pass the Ohio Graduation Tests (OGT) to earn a high school diploma. To provide flexibility for individuals who need to complete OGT requirements, the OGT will be administered as an online test beginning with the 2018-2019 school year until its final administration in 2022. There will be three online opportunities per year (September through July) to take any of the required subject tests of the OGT. Testers are required to have SSIDs or other approved State test identifiers.

OGT testing will occur at Central Office 3505 W. Lincolnshire Blvd, by appointment ONLY. To obtain an appointment, please call Mark Sholl at 419-473-8231. Students are afforded three opportunities to take the OGT during a calendar year. Students MUST present a Photo ID on testing day (eg. driver license or student ID).

The following links will connect you to OGT practice tests and other resources to help you prepare for the tests:

Ohio's State Tests (OST) are given to elementary students in grades 3-6, junior high students (gr. 7-8), and high school students (gr. 9-12).  Students in grades 3-8 are required to take English Language Arts and Math tests. Students in grades 5 and 8 are also required to take a Science test.

High school students take tests depending on the courses they are currently enrolled in at the time, as described below:

Students earn a cumulative passing score of 18 points using seven end-of-course state tests.  

To ensure students are well rounded, they MUST earn a minimum of four points in Math, four points in English, and six points across Science and Social Studies.

End-of-Course Exams are:
  • Algebra 1 and Geometry or Integrated Math I and II
  • Biology
  • American History and American Government
  • English I and English II


The following links will connect you to practice tests and other resources to help you prepare for the tests: 
The OELPA (Ohio English Language Proficiency Assessment) is an English language proficiency assessment.  Students enrolled in a public school who have been identified as an English language learner are required to take the OELPA.

InView tests are given to current 2nd and 6th graders. The results help determine if students meet the qualifications for gifted identification.