AP Exam Testing will begin on Monday, May 2. Students taking an AP class must take the AP Exam on the scheduled day. College Board sets the dates and times of all AP testing. AP teachers have been discussing these exams and their dates since the beginning of the year with the students and the dates are on the O'Hara calendar.
All students will take the Achievement Series Test for ELA, which serves as the final exam for the ELA class, on Tuesday, May 24, 2022. The Performance Series Testing that has been conducted all year prepares the students for this test. The Achievement Series Test for Math, which serves as the final exam for the Math classes, will be administered on Friday, June 3, 2022, to all freshmen, sophomores, and juniors.
Seniors will take their remaining exams based on the testing day schedules as follows:
May 31 - Science, PE/Health, and Social Studies exams
June 1 - Theology and Fine Arts exams
June 2 - World Language, BCIT, and Math exams
These exams will be administered during the normal class periods. June 3 will be the final day of classes for seniors.
Underclassmen will take their remaining exams as follows:
June 6 - Science, PE/Health, and Social Studies exams
June 9 - World Language, BCIT, and Math exams
June 10 - Theology and Fine Arts exams
Students are expected to take their exams on the assigned exam days. Students who miss an exam must schedule a make up exam with the Office of Academic Affairs. Underclassmen who miss an exam must make the exam up on Monday, June 13. Please note that no transportation will be provided on that day. Seniors who miss an exam must make it up on Friday, June 3.
Quarter 3 ended on Friday, April 8. Report cards were emailed on 4/13/22. Anyone who failed two or more subjects (including discipline) are ineligible to participate in sports, clubs, events such as dances and proms, and any other activities. Please be sure to check PowerSchool often for your grades and Schoology for any assignments.
Course selection for the 2022-2023 school year began on Monday, February 28, and has ended. Any student who has not turned in their signed course selection form must do so as soon as possible. Students are rostered on a first come, first served basis based on when they complete the entire course selection process. Submitting the signed form completes that process.
When a student is absent, it is the student's responsibility to contact the teachers to ascertain what was missed. Students who know ahead of time that they will be absent should contact their teachers as soon as possible to discuss what they will miss and make arrangements with the teachers. Students who are absent should also check Schoology for any work or announcements for the day(s).
Parents are encouraged to check PowerSchool regularly to see the current grades of their children. If a student is struggling, there is assistance offered. In addition to extra help with the classroom teacher(s), tutoring through the National Honor Society is available again this year and Mrs. Bauer hosts work sessions every Wednesday from 2:30 PM - 4 PM. The guidance counselors are also here to help. Be sure to use the resources available to you to have the most successful year possible!
Any student who fails two or more classes for the third quarter is ineligible to participate in sports and activities for the fourth quarter.