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Annual PSAT testing held for sophomores, registered juniors

The PSAT/NMSQT (Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test) is held on Wednesday in the large and small gym as well as classrooms throughout Coppell High School for sophomores and registered juniors, who are required to pay a $17 fee. The test allows testers to receive scholarship opportunities from national programs.
Christine Zacuai, Executive News Editor October 12, 2018

Wednesday morning, the Coppell High School large gym hallway filled with lively and nervous chatter from the awaiting crowd of test takers of the school organized test, the PSAT/NMSQT (Preliminary SAT/National...

The new normality of test prep: leveling the standardized testing playing field

Karen Dillard's College Prep is a standardized preparation center with locations in Coppell, Plano, Colleyville and Frisco. Many students of Coppell High School attend KD to prepare for their SAT, ACT, PSAT/NMSQT, college applications and SAT Subject Tests. Photo by Bren Fletchner.
Tanya Raghu, Staff Writer January 25, 2017

The previously unheard of eight day school week is the reality for many students at Coppell High School with countless weekends being spent at Karen Dillard’s College Prep.   A program comprised...

Guide to this week’s AP, state testing

May 5, 2014

By Kara Hallam Staff Writer With over 25 exams being administered in the next two weeks, it can be hard to keep track of Advanced Placement  (AP) testing and End-of-Course (EOC) exams. Below, is what...

Juniors experience last TAKS test

April 25, 2013

By Caroline Carter Staff Writer After taking the TAKS test since they were in 3rd third grade, the juniors at Coppell High School and across the state of Texas have completed their final TAKS test...

Juniors to finish last round of TAKS testing

April 10, 2013

By Jay Carroll Staff Writer In a little less than two weeks the junior class will be taking its last three tests for the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skill (TAKS). The juniors will be testing...

Texas legislature proposes major changes to class requirements

Texas legislature proposes major changes to class requirements
April 8, 2013

By Rachel Bush Staff Photographer High schools across the state of Texas are uncharacteristically tuned into a series of bills making its way through the state legislature.  This over-stressed and...

Students prepare for upcoming SAT

March 7, 2013

By Caroline Carter Staff Writer Though the first day of spring break is this Saturday, many students will be spending their morning taking the SAT. The SAT is a standardized test for college admissions....

STAAR

STAAR
January 23, 2013

In the spring semester of each school year, the period of time for the dreaded standardized testing rolls back around. Starting in 3rd grade and continuing into 11th, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) requires...

Gifted and talented testing for next semester is here

January 22, 2013

By Nikki Dabney Staff Writer The deadline to apply for testing into the Gifted and Talented (GT) Program of Coppell ISD is January 22nd. Students in grades five through twelve may apply to be...

Today last day to register for the PSAT

October 12, 2012

By Elizabeth Sims Staff Writer Today is the last day to register for the PSAT that will occur on next Wednesday. Sophomores do not have to register or pay for the test as they will all take it with...

Seniors, freshman enjoy late arrival

March 6, 2012

By Chase Porter Staff Writer Tomorrow, March 7th marks the first TAKs test of the year but only for sophomores and juniors. One of the benefits to being the bottom of the totem and the cream of...

TAKS testing this week

March 5, 2012

By Kara Adkins Online Copy Editor This Wednesday, March 7, sophomore and junior students around Texas will be taking the TAKS test. This means that freshman and seniors get to come in at 12 pm after...

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