Fall Exam Schedule
Updated: Jan 8
December 21, 2022
RE: 22 - 23 Fall Exam Schedule
Dear BTWLC Families:
It is that time of the year again when students complete their semester/final exams. Below is the exam schedule for ALL Rockingham County HIGH SCHOOLS and BTWLC.
NOTE specific for BTWLC: We will administer EOC/EOG and all teacher-made exams during this exam period. History and elective courses via APEX must be completed by Friday, January 13th.
Traditional High Schools
Jan 13th: 1st PD EOC/CTE Exams
Jan 13th: Final Review for Exams
Jan 17th: 2nd PD EOC/CTE Exams
Jan 17th: English Exams (6 - 12)
Jan 18th: 4th PD EOC/CTE Exams
Jan 18th: Science Exams (6 - 12)
Jan 19th: 5th PD EOC/CTE Exams
Jan 19th: Math Exams (6 - 12)
Jan 20th: Make-Up EOC/CTE Exams
Jan 20th: Make-Up Exams
All EOC/EOG and CTE exams must be administered at school on a school-issued Chromebook. After testing is completed, students who choose to leave will follow the normal school procedures for checking out early. Bus transportation will follow a normal dismissal schedule for all students in Rockingham County. Some students may be scheduled for makeup testing after a regularly scheduled exam.
Students should not visit any other Rockingham County Schools’ Campus during any exam days. Students who are found on other campuses may be charged with trespassing (Board Policy 4302).
Exam exemptions are limited due to required state testing measures; no EOC/EOG or CTE test may be exempted. Students should check with their individual schools for any specific questions. Students who do not attend school during exam days will be counted as absent. Please note that athletic eligibility for Spring 2023 is based on grades & attendance from 1st Semester. Student-athletes who have questions regarding attendance should see their school’s Athletic Director.
If school is canceled, testing will continue (or begin) on the next full day of school. Also, if school is delayed (1 or 2 hours), an announcement will be made by the Rockingham County School District notifying parents and students whether or not exams will take place. If a student misses school, he/she will be counted as absent.
Counting EOC Exams scores as part of the Final Grade
As in previous years, the EOC test raw scores will be converted to a 100-point score and this 100-point score will be averaged as 20% of the student’s final course grade. Grades for Biology, Math I, and Math III will be available soon after the testing is completed. However, because the English II test requires scoring of the written response component, grades for students who are in this course could be delayed by up to two weeks. If the scores are not quickly available, English II students will receive an Incomplete (I) on their report cards.
Our students and teachers have worked diligently to prepare for exams. If you have specific questions regarding your child’s exams, please contact your student’s teacher, guidance counselor, and/or principal.
Matthew S. Rice