From the Pleasanton Unified School District:
PUSD Students in grades 7 & 8 may take the SAT at Harvest Park on January 26, 2013. (8:00 AM - 1:00 PM) Students with advanced reasoning ability who are mature enough to handle taking a test designed for high school students may consider taking the SAT as a 7th or 8th grader. However, students should not be pushed to do so.
Students will take the Mathematics, Reading and Writing portions of the test, but only the scores on the Mathematics and Reading portions will be scored for Talent Search. (Individual Subject Area tests will NOT be given at Harvest Park.)
Please note that these scores do not count for college admission. Benefits of
participating in the JHU CTY Talent Search include the opportunity to take an out of grade level test, a recognition ceremony for qualified students and summer and distance learning classes.
There is a 2-part process to apply for JHU CTY Talent Search and to register for the SAT:
1. You may apply online or by mail to the JHU/CTY Talent Search no later than
November 26, 2012. The application fee is $38.00. You will then receive an envelope from the College Board with SAT registration materials.
JHU CTY Talent Search Website: http://cty.jhu.edu/talent/
2. To take the SAT at Harvest Park Middle School on January 26, 2013, you must register by mail no later than December 28. The SAT registration fee is $50.00. Complete and mail the registration form with check to College Board. College Board SAT Website: http://sat.collegeboard.org/home
Code Numbers for registration:
Harvest Park Test Center Code for 1/26/13 SAT: 05918
Registration codes for individual middle schools:
Harvest Park - 059327
Hart - 059175
Pleasanton - 059055
Home-schooled students - 0100002
A limited number of JHU CTY Talent Search application brochures are available at the Harvest Park Middle School Counseling Office. Financial aid is available for students who qualify for the free/reduced price lunch program. Application forms are required and are available on the JHU CTY website and on the College Board website.