Spring 2023 Practice Tests--OSTP/CCRA (OSTP= Grades 3-8 and CCRA=11th Grade)
Practice Tests (Click Here)
The Parent/student reports for the Spring OSTP testing (Grades 3-8) may be accessed electronically through the Oklahoma Parent portal. https://
Listed below are links to help explain your child's test results and the Parent/Student Portal.
College- and Career-Readiness Assessments
Oklahoma CCRA Testing--11th grade
Students enrolled in 11th grade will be given the College- and Career-Readiness Assessment (CCRA), which consists of two parts. For part 1, each district will choose to administer either the ACT or SAT, including the writing section. Springer High School has chosen to administer the ACT, including the writing section. Part 2 consists of a Science Assessment which is aligned to the Oklahoma Academic Standards for Science and a U.S. History Assessment which is aligned to the Oklahoma Academic Standards for U.S. History.
Students are required to take the CCRA during the state testing window. This assessment will be used for state accountability purposes. These tests are required to meet state graduation requirements.
ACT-April 4, 2023 for all 11th grade students.
ACT Informed Consent Form (This form must be completed by all Juniors and Parents)
Discover the promise of FREE college tuition!
Oklahomans want to see deserving students succeed – students who study and work hard, but whose families find it difficult to afford college. If your child dreams of going to college and works to achieve it, then we can help make it a reality!
To make that happen, the Oklahoma Legislature has set up a unique program for eighth-, ninth-, 10th- and 11th-grade students (homeschool students must be age 13, 14, 15 or 16) that will help pay for their college education if their parents' federal adjusted gross income is
- $60,000 with 1 or 2 dependent children OR
- $70,000 with 3 or 4 dependent children OR
- $80,000 with 5 or more dependent children.
But college isn't easy. So to make sure students get ready for college while they're still in high school, the program requires students to take certain high school courses. They will have to pass those courses and keep up their grades. And besides staying on top of the books, students will also have to show that they're in control outside the classroom. That means staying away from trouble like gangs, drugs and alcohol. In short, the student promises to prepare academically for college and stay out of trouble, and in return, the state of Oklahoma promises to help pay the student’s college tuition.
*Special income provisions apply to certain adopted children, children in the custody of court-appointed legal guardians and families receiving Social Security benefits based on the disability or death of the student's parents. Contact the Oklahoma's Promise office for more information. In addition, the federal adjusted gross income (AGI) of the student's parents (or the income of the student if the student is officially determined to be financially independent of their parents) may not exceed $100,000 at the time the student begins college and prior to receiving the scholarship.
If you don't qualify for this program, there are still other ways to pay for college, including scholarships, grants and student loans. For more information on other financial aid, see your counselor for more details, visit the Financial Aid Planning section of OKcollegestart.org, or call the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education's student information hotline at 800.858.1840.
**For additional information/requirements, visit the Oklahoma Promise website.
ACT Test Dates
National test dates are for the United States, US territories, and Puerto Rico. If you have missed the late registration deadline for a test date, you may be able to request standby testing.
If you are unable to test on a Saturday test date for religious reasons, there may be options available to you. See Non-Saturday Testing.
All requests for accommodations and English Learner supports, including appeals, must be submitted by the late registration deadline through the Test Accessibility and Accommodations (TAA) system. Accommodations and English learner supports are not available for standby testing.
2022-2023 Test Dates (National)
|Test Date||Regular Registration Deadline||Late Registration Deadline
Late Fee Applies
Photo Upload Deadline
|September 10, 2022||August 5||August 19||September 2|
|October 22, 2022||September 16||September 30||October 14|
|December 10, 2022||November 4||November 11||December 2|
|February 11, 2023||January 6||January 20||February 3|
|April 15, 2023||March 10||March 24||April 7|
|June 10, 2023||May 5||May 19||June 2|
|July 15, 2023*||June 16||June 23||July 7|
*No test centers are scheduled in New York for the July test date. See Non-Saturday Testing
Springer High School ACT Code
Oklahoma's Official Guide to Preparing for College
Do you have a plan for college? 8th-10th grade students
Do you have a plan for college? 11th-12th grade students
ICAP Requirements and Legislation--Title 70 O.S. § 1210.508-4
Individual Career Academic Planning (ICAP) is a collaboratively developed, student-driven
process where students cultivate their own informed decisions for post-secondary success
based on their interests, skills and future goals.
Title 70 O.S. § 1210.508-4, phased in a system of individualized
learning/achievement plans for students as part of a multi-measure approach to graduation
Beginning with the graduating class of 2023, each student
shall be required to complete the process of an ICAP in order to graduate from a public high
school with a standard diploma.
The ICAP shall include, but not be limited to:
a. Career-and college-interest surveys,
b. written post-secondary and workforce goals and information of progress toward these
c. intentional sequence of courses that reflect progress toward the post-secondary goal,
d. the student’s academic progress, including courses taken, assessment scores, any
remediation or credit recovery and any Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate,
concurrent or dual enrollment credits earned and/or career certificate(s), certification(s),
or endorsements, and
e. experience in-service learning and/or work environment activities.
Student ICAP Activities
To view a short
description of each activity review the information below:
Each online tool should provide a menu of career and interest assessments, students should complete at least one
Written Career Goal
Each online tool should provide a space for students to record their written career goal. This goal should be updated
every year with steps a student has taken towards their goal. Should a student miss a step one year, simply ask
that student to return to that year and record actions they took that year towards their goal. i.e. What did you
accomplish in your 10th grade year to make progress towards a career as a veterinarian?
Courses Reflect Goal
Each online tool should provide a space for students to record the courses they have taken as well as any progress
towards their goal. Should a student miss a step this year, simply ask the student to update this section.
Service or Work-based Learning
Students are required to complete at least one service learning / work-based learning experience before
graduation. This experience must be connected to their career interest. To ensure career interest alignment this will be completed it during 11th grade and beyond.
College and Career
College and Career Assessments refer to required assessments such as the ACT, SAT, and other required
assessments by state law 70 O.S. § 1210.508 These are typically entered as students complete them and scores may not be available until a student’s final year.