Testing Calendar 2023 - 2024


ACT + Writing Test Windows(ACT Info)

12th Grade Class of 2024

October 17th-19th, 2023
Make-Ups: October 24th-26th, 2023

11th Grade Class of 2025

April 9th-12th, 2024
Make-Ups: April 29th - May 3rd, 2024

(ACT Tests will be taken online)

ACCESS Testing Window for ELL (ACCESS Info)
 January 29th - March 22nd, 2024

Minnesota Comprehensive Assessment Test (MCA) Window (MCA Info)
 March 4th - May 3th 2024

Minnesota Test of Academic Skills (MTAS) Window (MTAS Info)

L-O MCA/MTAS Testing Dates
March 4th - May 3th 2024 (Reading)
March 4th - May 3th 2024 (Science & Math)


The Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT)  Measures what you're learning in school, determines if you're on track, and opens doors for opportunities to prepare and pay for college. Offered to Juniors at a cost of $ given each year in October.

The SAT School Day Test provides schools, districts, and states a way to offer the SAT to juniors and seniors in school, on a weekday, expanding access to a globally recognized college admission test that's widely accepted at U.S. colleges. This is offered at school at a cost of $60 to student in advance.

provides a tool to help colleges assess student readiness for introductory credit-bearing courses and make reliable placement decisions when placing them in PSEO/College courses while in high school.

The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) is a multiple-aptitude battery that measures developed abilities and helps predict future academic and occupational success in the military. This test is taken an a Junior.

Wednesday, September 27th @ 8AM 
At the LeRoy Community Center

Leroy's Test Dates will be updated after School Starts

Page Updated on 1-26-2024
MDE State Testing Resources

Resource Page from Minnesota Dept of Education

*If your homeschooled student lives within the LeRoy- Ostrander District contact the District Assessment Coordinator, Barbie Medina-Tiller at extension 2251 if you wish your student to take any of these tests.*

Mandatory Notice to Parents for Testing Options

The new legislation, which amended M.S. 120B.31, Subd. 4a requires school districts to provide notice to parents or guardians of their option to refuse to have their students take the statewide assessments. The Commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) was tasked by the Legislature with developing a form for this opt-out.

School districts must provide this notice by posting the form developed by MDE on their website and must include it in their Student Handbooks.

The form can be downloaded by clicking on the links below:

MDE Testing Opt-Out Form (English PDF format)

MDE Testing Opt-Out Form (Spanish PDF format)

*MDE Opt-Out Form for MCA's & MTAS's need to be filled out during class registration in the fall*

All Dates are Subject to change based on assessment decisions made by the Minnesota Legislature or United States Congress

Contact: Barbie Tiller