The freshmen and sophomores will take the Classic Learning Practice Test (CLT-10) February 2 during periods 1-3. The CLT-10 is administered online. Students should bring their own laptops and chargers if they have them. If students do not have their own laptops, they can borrow one from the school office. Test scores are typically provided via email within eight days.
The Classic Learning Test, a college admissions test, is accepted in many Christian and private colleges in lieu of the SAT and ACT. The CLT’s mission is to “reconnect knowledge and virtue.” It tests verbal reasoning, grammar/writing, and quantitative reasoning. Students planning to apply to private Christian universities should consider taking the CLT. The official CLT for juniors and seniors that is submitted to colleges is being proctored online this year. Families can learn more about the CLT and access practice tests here
The CLT-10 is a practice test for the CLT. Students scoring in the top 1% are eligible for a $2,500 scholarship to a CLT partner college. Current junior, Claire Mellott, was a recipient of this award last year! You can read more about her achievement here
. More info about the CLT-10 is found here