The SAT School Day program lets schools offer the SAT to juniors and seniors in school, on a school day.
Your state or district may have an SAT School Day contract with the College Board, which means your school isn’t charged test fees for the grades covered by the contract. Noncontract schools may also participate in SAT School Day, subject to fees.
Here are some reasons for schools to take part in SAT School Day:
- The SAT can be used to comply with state and federal accountability requirements.
- Offering the SAT in school on a school day removes barriers and gives more students the opportunity to graduate high school ready for college and career.
Contact your regional College Board office for information about SAT School Day contracts.
Middle States Regional Office
Midwestern Regional Office
New England Regional Office
Southern Regional Office
Southwestern Regional Office
Western Regional Office
Puerto Rico and Latin America Office