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Assessments and Testing

Practice ACT Test (Freshman Year)

Fishers High School gives the Practice ACT Test to all freshmen during the month of October each school year. Fees for the test are part of the regular text book and paper fees and there is no registration to do beforehand. Taking this test is a great way to prepare for the ACT. In fact, students who take this test tend to score higher on the ACT than students who do not take the Pre-ACT.

It covers the same subjects—English, mathematics, reading, and science—and provides an estimated ACT score.

The practice ACT test points out academic strengths and areas where improvement is needed and lets students know if they're on track for college.

Understanding Practice ACT Results (PDF)

ISTEP Testing (Sophomore Year)

The purpose of the Indiana Statewide Testing for Educational Progress-Plus (ISTEP+) program is to measure student achievement in the subject areas of grade 10 English/Language arts, grade 10 mathematics, and biology.

PSAT/NMSQT (Sophomore / Junior Year)

The PSAT/NMSQT (Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test) is given to all current sophomores and juniors at FHS. Fees for the test are covered through the regular book and paper fees. There is no registration to complete beforehand. Sophomores taking the test are not eligible to qualify for National Merit Scholarships; these scholarships are determined by your PSAT score junior year only. Students should receive their results toward the end of first semester and will also be given a copy of the test booklet to go over their answers as a preparation tool for the SAT. Please feel free to contact your student’s counselor if any further information is needed.

Understanding PSAT Results (PDF)

SAT I / SAT II (Junior / Senior Year)

FHS School Code 151041

SAT I (Scholastic Aptitude Test) is a standardized, timed aptitude test used widely by college admissions counselors in the admission process. It consists of math, critical reading and writing sections. It is offered eight times per year nationally. Students may use calculators on the math sections. Hamilton Southeastern High School is a test site in October, December, March, and May. Students may choose the test site for any of the testing dates. Generally, we encourage juniors to take the SAT in the spring and seniors to take or retake the SAT in October or November. Students may take the test on any test date. If the test is taken more than once, many colleges and universities will consider the best scores from each section and not just from one testing session. Sophomores also may take the SAT but we would recommend they at least sit for the PSAT first before they take the SAT.

The SAT II – Achievement/Subject Tests are one-hour tests in specific subjects such as science, English, or foreign languages. Some schools require two or three tests for first-year placement. Colleges that require the SAT II are typically the more competitive ones. Subject tests are offered on all the below test dates with the exception of the March date.

ACT (Junior / Senior Year)

FHS School Code 151041

The ACT (American College Testing) is a timed standardized test widely used by college admission counselors in the admission process. The test consists of four sections: math, reading, grammar and science reasoning with an optional fifth section of writing. HSEHS is a test site four times each school year during the months of September, December, April and June. Students may choose the test site for any of the testing dates. We highly encourage our students to take an ACT and SAT before the start of their senior year. The ACT is as widely accepted for college admission as is the SAT.

Fishers High School

Hamilton Southeastern Schools

13000 Promise Road, Fishers, IN 46038
School hours:  Mon 7:35a - 2:35p (Early Release), Tues-Fri 7:35a - 2:55p
Main Office (317) 915-4290
Fax (317) 915-4299
Attendance (317) 915-4295

Our Mission

Hamilton Southeastern Schools, as a forward-thinking school district, provides educational opportunities to ensure the success of each and every student, to become a responsible citizen and to positively influence an ever-changing world community.