Class of 2024 High School Placement Test

Saint John's High School is offering the HSPT (High School Placement Test) on Saturday, October 26, 2019 beginning at 8:30am. Students should arrive to Conal Hall at 8:15am and be picked up by 11:30am. The HSPT is used to ensure proper level placement in addition to admission eligibility at Saint John's. This exam is required for all 8th grade students seeking 9th grade admission in the fall of 2020. Click here for a tutorial that explains how to register for the HSPT online in Ravenna

If a student takes the test at a different school then please request that the scores be sent to the Admissions Office at Saint John's High School.

Test Information
The HSPT is a timed exam with five sections - three reading/language sections and two math sections. The test will take approximately 3 hours to complete and you will receive your son's test results with his admissions decision letter in mid to late January. There is a $25 testing fee. 

Materials
Students only need to bring a #2 pencil - no calculators are allowed.  Students do not need to be in dress code for the exam. 

Middle School Admissions Test

Saint John's High School is offering the Middle School Admissions Test on Saturday, December 7, 2019 beginning at 8:30am. Students should arrive to Conal Hall at 8:15am and be picked up once testing is complete at 11:30am. This test is required for all 6th grade students seeking admission to the 7th grade in the fall of 2020. Click here for a tutorial that explains how to register for the Middle School Admissions Test online in Ravenna

Test Information
Saint John's uses the EDSeries (Educational Development Series) for the middle school test. It is a timed exam with five sections - three reading/language sections and two math sections. The test will take approximately 3 hours to complete and you will receive your son's test results with his admissions decision letter in mid to late February. There is a $25 testing fee. 

Materials
Students only need to bring a #2 pencil - no calculators are allowed.  Students do not need to be in dress code for the exam.