Proficiency Based Promotions--please read the Bixby Board of Education Policy regarding proficiency based promotion.
Oklahoma School Testing Program (OSTP) assessments are given for the following subjects: 3rd-8th grade English Language Arts, 3rd-8th grade Math, 5th & 8th Grade Science.
Grades 3, 4, 6, and 7 will have multiple choice grammar and writing questions. Grades 5 & 8 will have a writing section in their English Language Arts exam.
Students in 11th Grade will take the ACT exam and an 11th grade Science Exam and US History Exam for the 2019-2020 school year.
OSTP Testing Window is from April 20 - May 15, 2020 for ONLINE Testing. (3rd Grade Math, 4th - 8th ELA & Math, 11th Social Studies & Science)
OSTP Testing Window is from April 20 - May 1, 2020 for Paper/Pencil Testing (3rd Grade ELA)
Test Blueprints and Item specifications provide information concerning the content of the test. Oklahoma Academic Standards are listed as well as the percentage of the test for each objective. Item specifications include sample test items. Please access test blueprints and item specifications here.
Parent Portal for Test Results
The parent portal for test results can be found here: https://okparentportal.emetric.net/login
Student test results for Spring 2019 testing will be available on May 23, 2019. If you have not already set up an account, you will need your student's 10-digit State ID (STN) number and date of birth. If you have last year's OSTP results, the 10-digit State ID (STN) can be found on the front page of the report. It is labeled State ID and is located beneath your student's name and local ID number. If you have questions, please contact your student's school.
It is important to remember that your student's strengths, abilities, and potential cannot be measured by a single test score. Each student grows at different rates, both physically and academically. State tests help guage how your student is growing in the knowledge and skills outlined in the Oklahoma Academic Standards. State test results, when combined with other information (i.e., report card grades, teacher feedback, classroom performance, and local tests), can help you support your student's growth.