Parent / Student Portal – How to Find Test Scores

Log into Parent/Student Portal

Log into Access Parent / Student Portal.
Parents, if you do not know your login information, contact the front office at your student’s school.
Students, your login information is the same login that you use at school to sign in.

On the left of the screen, you should see you(r) child(ren).

Screenshot depicting Parent Portal menu with student name

Select the child you would like to view information for and then select Test History.

Screenshot depicting Parent Portal menu with student name and arrow pointing at Test History link

Completed assessments will display with titles, such as Test, Administration Date, School Year, and Grade Level.
Select the grey triangle to view detailed information for specific tests.

Screenshot depicting Parent Portal test history tab with arrow pointing to grey triangle

A detailed information box will display showing the test and content area. It shows the Scale Score and Achievement Level earned. This screen also tells the amount of Possible Points and the Raw Score, the amount of points actually earned.

Screenshot depicting Parent Portal test history section showing the test and content area.

If you would like to view the ISR (Individual Student Report) for a specific state assessment, select Portal from the left side of the screen.

Screenshot depicting Parent Portal menu with student name and arrow pointing at Portal link

In the middle column, you will see your student’s name. Select the Reports tab. You will then be able to select the Administration and Test to view the corresponding ISR.

Screenshot depicting the reports tab selected with a number 1 and a test option with the number 2

If you would like to view ISRs (Individual Student Report) for previous years, select a different year from the dropdown menu on the top right of your screen. Then follow step 9 from above.

Concordant Rule for Testing (Scores Needed for Graduation)

To receive a Florida high school diploma, students must earn an Achievement Level of 3 or higher on the 10th grade FSA ELA and the Algebra 1 EOC. If students do not earn a Level 3 or higher on these assessments, they can meet each graduation requirement by earning a passing score on a concordant assessment. Students need to know their cohort year (the year the student entered 9th Grade) to understand which alternate scores apply to them. Only students enrolled in high school will have a cohort year.

To see which cohort students are in, log into Parent/Student Portal, select the Grades tab.

Screenshot depicting Parent Portal menu with student name and arrow pointing at Grades link

Once the page loads, you will see the student’s Cohort Year.

Screenshot depicting Parent Portal grades tab with arrow pointing to cohort year

Students who have a Cohort of 2018/2019 to Present

ELA (Reading)

  • Must earn an achievement level of 3 or higher on the FSA ELA Grade 10

or

  • Earn a 480 or higher on the SAT EBRW
  • Earn an average of 18 or higher on ACT English and Reading (can be super-scored…for example, students can use their Reading score from Spring 19 and their English score from Fall 19)

 

Algebra 1

  • Must earn an achievement level of 3 or higher on the FSA Algebra 1 EOC

or

  • Must earn an achievement level of 3 or higher on the FSA Geometry EOC

or

  • Earn a 430 or higher on the PSAT/NMSQT
  • Earn a 420 or higher on the SAT Math
  • Earn a 16 or higher on the ACT Math

Students who have a Cohort of 2010/2011 through 2017/2018

ELA (Reading)

  • Must earn an achievement level of 3 or higher on the FSA ELA Grade 10

or

  • Earn a 430 or higher on the SAT EBRW
  • Earn a 24 on the SAT Reading Subtest
  • Earn a 19 or higher on the ACT Reading
  • Earn an average of 18 or higher on ACT English and Reading (can be super-scored…for example, students can use their Reading score from Spring 19 and their English score from Fall 19)

 

Algebra 1

  • Must earn an achievement level of 3 or higher on the FSA Algebra 1 EOC

or

  • Must earn an achievement level of 3 or higher on the FSA Geometry EOC

or

  • Earn a 430 or higher on the PSAT/NMSQT
  • Earn a 420 or higher on the SAT Math
  • Earn a 16 or higher on the ACT Math
  • Earn a 97 or higher on the PERT