•  The Georgia Milestones Assessment System is a 
    comprehensive summative assessment program
    spanning grades 3 through high school.


      • Georgia Milestones measures how well students have learned the knowledge and skills outlined in the state-adopted content standards in language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies.

      • Students in grades 3 through 8 will take an end-of-grade assessment in some, if not all of, the content areas of language arts, mathematics, science, social studies. Georgia Milestones is administered primarily on the computer and includes the following features. 

    ​Technology-enhanced items in all grades and courses

    ​​Open-ended (constructed-response) items in English language arts in all grades and courses.

    A writing component (in response to passages read by students) at every grade level and course within the English language arts assessment.

    A reported Lexile score based on the English language arts assessment in all grades and courses and estimated norm-referenced performance ranges for all grades and courses.

    Our entire school community has been working hard all year to equip students with the tools for success in their classes and to prepare them for a strong performance on the Georgia Milestones Assessment System End of Grade Assessment.

    Families of Digital Learning Students are invited to register their students for upcoming assessments, which will be administered at the school. Please review this information about Georgia Milestones Assessments, and how we use results, the registration process, and frequently asked questions. Click here to open the document.




    디지털 학습 학생의 가족은 학교에서 시행 될 예정된 평가에 학생을 등록하도록 초대됩니다. 조지아 마일스톤 평가, 결과 사용 방법, 등록 프로세스 및 자주 묻는 질문에 대한이 정보를 검토하십시오. 문서를 열려면 여기를 클릭하십시오.


    Se invita a las familias de estudiantes de aprendizaje digital a inscribir a sus estudiantes para las próximas evaluaciones, que se administrarán en la escuela. Revise esta información sobre las evaluaciones Georgia Milestones, y cómo usamos los resultados, el proceso de registro y las preguntas frecuentes. Haga clic aquí para abrir el documento.


    Gia đình của Học sinh Học tập Kỹ thuật số được mời đăng ký cho học sinh của họ cho các bài đánh giá sắp tới, sẽ được thực hiện tại trường. Vui lòng xem lại thông tin này về Đánh giá Các mốc quan trọng của Georgia, và cách chúng tôi sử dụng kết quả, quy trình đăng ký và các câu hỏi thường gặp. Nhấn vào đây để mở tài liệu.


    Testing dates:
    ELA Part 1- April 24
    ELA Part 2- April 25
    ELA Part 3- April 26
    ELA Make-up Days- April 27 & 28
    MA Part 1- May 1
    Math Part 2- May 2
    ELA and MA Make-ups Day- May 3rd
    SC Part 1 &2 (5th grade only)- May 4th
    All EOG Make-ups left- May 5-12th
    Testing Time is 8:30 a.m. each day
    The link to the GA Online Experience:  https://wbte.drcedirect.com/GA/portals/ga
    Links to the GMAS Study Guides out on the GA DOE website
    Link to the Q & A document on the GA DOE Website.
    The county also wants us to add these links to our page:
    Please help make parents aware of the GCPS public facing for additional GMAS information and the  GaDOE website also has many resources available.



     To ensure that our students are ready to perform at their best 
    on this task, we offer a few testing reminders for 3rd, 4th, and 5th Grade Students:

    Get a good night’s sleep before each testing day.

    Try to avoid late sports practices or games, late-night TV, and late-night electronics. When students are rested they are able to concentrate and do their best on the test.

    Eat a light, nutritious breakfast each morning before testing.  Food is the fuel that powers the body and the brain. Fruits, carbohydrates (such as breads) and proteins (such as eggs) work best to give students testing energy.

    Be in school each day and on time.

    Schedule any doctor or dentist appointments in the late afternoon during the week of testing.

    Students will not be allowed to be checked out of school while testing is taking place. We cannot interrupt testing to call students for checkout during the testing sessions in either the morning or afternoon.