SOL Testing Information
The Standards of Learning (SOL) for Virginia Public Schools establish minimum expectations for what students should know and be able to do at the end of each grade or course in English, mathematics, science, history/social science and other subjects.
SOL tests in reading, writing, mathematics, science, and history/social science measure the success of students in meeting the Board of Education’s expectations for learning and achievement. All items on SOL tests are reviewed by Virginia classroom teachers for accuracy and fairness and teachers also assist the state Board of Education in setting proficiency standards for the tests.
Frequently Asked Questions about SOL Testing (PDF) – Includes information on reduction in the number of tests, computer adaptive testing and other changes in the state assessment system
Tuscarora HS uses the Chromebooks issued to each student to administer tests. It is important to have a fully charged device for testing.
SOL testing takes place at various times throughout the year within test windows that are established by the State of Virginia. Please take a look at the SOL calendar so you will know when testing is planned. SOL testing will be done online for the following courses in May (check back to see the May 2020 calendar):
During testing, it is important that your child gets the appropriate rest, eats a well-balanced breakfast, brings their eyeglasses if needed, arrives at school on time, and brings their fully-charged LCPS issued Chromebook to school.