Ingraham High School

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School Day SAT & PSAT/NMSQT, October 2024

Seattle Public Schools will again be administering the SAT and PSAT/NMSQT districtwide in October 2024Please see key details below and reach out to your school’s counselor or academic intervention specialist (Jennifer Luthe at  for more information.

  • All 12th grade students will be registered for the SAT.
  • All 11th grade students for the PSAT/NMSQT. 
  • There is no cost to SPS students for the exams.
  • The SAT and PSAT/NMSQT are now fully digital.  The digital exams are shorter, adaptive, and include an embedded calculator.  Students are required to use their SPS device to participate in the SAT and PSAT/NMSQT. Personal computers are not permitted.
  • Exams will take place during a testing window throughout October 2024, determined by each high school.  Exact testing dates are to be determined but are unlikely to start until after October 7th. Expect an announcement in the Weekly Bulletin in early September.
  • Running Start students enrolled in SPS will be registered for the SAT or PSAT but must come to their high school at least a week in advance to receive an SPS device and install the College Board testing browser.
  • Non-SPS enrolled students who live within our attendance boundaries may be eligible to participate but must contact their SPS attendance area high school no later than September 20.  Student age, grade, and home address will need to be confirmed. 
  • For any new accommodation requests, the parent/guardian must submit the consent form and a CB Accommodation Request to the school to initiate the approval process.  The College Board’s deadline for accommodation requests is in August, when school staff are unavailable.  If you wish the school’s help in requesting accommodations, please contact your student’s case manager or the Testing Coordinator (Jennifer Luthe at on or before June 18th. If you need to request accommodations in the summer, please follow the accommodation instructions on the College Board website.  Students who have had accommodations approved for previous College Board exams do not need to request again.  Only accommodations approved by the College Board in advance are permitted for the SAT and PSAT/NMSQT.
  • For the School Day SAT only, English learners may be eligible for 50% extra time, use of a word-to-word bilingual dictionary and translated directions.  The extra time support for English learners requires parent/guardian consent if the student is under 18 years of age, and the request must be approved in advance by the College Board.

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