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Keystone Exam Information


During the month of January, many students at Susquehanna Township High School will be taking the Keystone Exams in the areas of Algebra, Biology, and Literature.  Therefore, all students in all grades who have taken but not yet achieved proficiency are required to take the Algebra I, Biology, and Literature exams.


Keystone testing days are: January 10, 11, 12, 13, 17 and 18 and 19.  The High School will operate on a 2-hour delay schedule during which Keystone Exams will be administered.

Not all students are scheduled to take the Keystone Exams in January.  A letter was sent to each household indicating IF a student is scheduled to take an exam, and if so, the time and date of the exam(s). Students NOT scheduled to take an exam also received a letter asking them to report to school on a 2-hour delay schedule with a required arrival time of 9:37am. 
Click here for information on the Keystone Exams. 

Parents who feel that the Keystone Exams conflict with their religious beliefs may make arrangements to review the exams through the Main Office.


Please remind your child that cell phone use is prohibited.  All test takers should NOT bring a cell phone to the exam room. If a cell phone is brought into the testing area, it will be confiscated. Guidelines from the Department of Education are found here.

A student Test Taker Code of Conduct is found here.   


It is imperative that your child be on time to school during these testing dates (Exam sessions START at 7:37am). A list of frequently asked questions and other information pertaining to the Keystone Exams can be found here.  If you have any further inquiries concerning the Keystone Exams, please do not hesitate to contact our office at 657-5117.



Michael D. Selvenis
Assistant Principal