High schools have many options with the CLT. One option is to encourage individual students to find a local test site and register for the test, taking advantage of the opportunity to more fully distinguish one’s studies from the surrounding college applicants. However, perhaps the best option for high schools is to offer the test regularly and on-site once or twice per year, requiring one or two grades of students (sophomores and juniors) to take the test. This will provide the high school with 1) a higher and more accurate standard of assessing grade-wide academic proficiency, 2) an affordable alternative to school-wide ACT or SAT tests, and 3) it will further distinguish the high school from other academic institutions in the area whose standards have not progressed past the nationwide status quo.
Interested in becoming a CLT high school?
Register below and we will send you introductory material outlining a high school or test site's partnership and responsibilities.
CLT Brochures and Posters
We will mail high schools up to one-hundred free brochures and ten CLT posters. What's there to lose?