Magnet Programs
HIGH SCHOOL ASSESSMENT GUIDELINES:

Prior to attending an assessment, applicants MUST obtain the Assessment Guidelines for EACH program selected on the application.

Assessment dates are available on this site and in the assessment guidelines.  Most schools require parents to schedule an appointment time online or by contacting Magnet Programs no later than November 22, 2017.  Mark the magnet assessment date(s) and appointment time(s) on your calendar.

PLEASE NOTE:  It is the responsibility of the parents to:

  • ensure that the applicant has an assessment appointment for each program selected. Individual assessment appointments must be scheduled no later than November 22, 2017.
  • ensure that the applicant attends the assessment on the scheduled date and time.
  • contact the school immediately if the applicant cannot attend or complete the scheduled assessment due to an unforeseen illness or emergency.  Please be aware that assessments will not be rescheduled without documentation verifying the illness or emergency.

Inclement Weather

In the event that school activities are cancelled due to inclement weather, magnet assessments will be postponed. Postponed assessments will occur on the designated inclement weather date.

The Office of Communications will post all emergency closing and cancellation information on the BCPS automated information line, 443-809-5555.

Closings and cancellation announcements will also be made through local media.

  

The Assessment Guidelines (available below) contain specific information about each assessment and any preparation required prior to the assessment.

Download the assessment guidelines for each program to which you have applied.

  1. Use the link below to learn about the high school admission criteria and general scoring guidelines.

High School Magnet Program Scoring Guidelines

  1. High School Assessment Guidelines will be available on this site by October 4, 2017.  Use the links below to download the assessment guidelines for each program selected on the application.

    Centralized Common High School Assessment Guidelines

If you have questions or need additional information,

please contact Magnet Programs at (443) 809-4127.

 



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