Cassidy McLellan – Mustangs Ahead

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – Wednesday was one of the biggest testing days in LRHS history.

The Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT) was offered for all LRHS sophomores.  A limited number of spots were available for freshmen and juniors.

The Non-College Reportable (NCR) Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) was also offered for the seniors who need the scores for graduation. This assessment is not used for administration to colleges/universities, only graduation requirements.

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Testing Coordinator Jeff Simmons said, “Combined, we tested 756 Mustangs. This is the largest number tested in one day since I have been the Testing Coordinator.”

The tests were spread out throughout classrooms, the media center, the dance room, and the gymnasium.

Simmons added, “The whole school and staff helped to make this possible. From teachers that proctored, deans that adapted to ongoing changed throughout the day, and the maintenance crew and cafeteria staff for helping and adapting their schedules to accommodate for this hectic.”