Higher SAT and ACT scores needed to replace low FSA scores

By Victoria Vazquez, Staff Writer

Assistant principal Ms. Leal reports that incoming seniors who failed the FSA reading exam will need to score higher on the SAT or ACT if they wish to use those scores to take the place of their FSA scores. They also will not be able to use their PERT scores because that test is being eliminated. Make sure you register for your SAT or ACT before the next school year begins.