The Early Assessment Program (EAP) provides students with an early indication of whether or not they are ready for college English or math. The EAP measures student English and math skills at the end of the junior year to let students know in advance if they are ready for college level work.
Students who elect to take the EAP math and English tests receive an EAP status at the beginning of their senior year informing them whether or not they are ready to enroll in for-credit English and math courses.
Students who are not yet demonstrating college-readiness can take advantage of their senior year to prepare for college.
Students who take the EAP may be able to:
- Skip the otherwise required college English and/or mathematics placement tests.
- Identify the need for additional preparation in English and math and adjust senior-year coursework to prepare for college while still enrolled in high school.
- Save time and money by avoiding college remediation courses that do not count toward a degree.