The Parent/student reports for the Spring 2021 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.
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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 or less at the time the student applies for the program.* This program is Oklahoma's Promise.
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.
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.
*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. The second income check becomes effective for students eligible to receive the award in college for the first time in 2012-13 and thereafter.
**For additional information/requirements, visit the Oklahoma Promise website.
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.
2021-2022 Test Dates (National)
|Test Date||Regular Registration Deadline||Late Registration Deadline
Late Fee Applies
Photo Upload Deadline
|September 11, 2021||August 6||August 20||September 3|
|October 23, 2021||September 17||October 1||October 15|
|December 11, 2021||November 5||November 19||December 3|
|February 12, 2022||January 7||January 21||February 4|
|April 2, 2022||February 25||March 11||March 25|
|June 11, 2022||May 6||May 20||June 3|
|July 16, 2022||June 17||June 24||July 8|
*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