Table 8.3. Mathematics statewide high school assessments, by state: 2017–18
State  Assessment name  Grade taken  Student participation 

Alabama  ACT plus Writing  11  All students 
ACT WorkKeys  12  All students  
Alaska  Performance Evaluation for Alaska's Schools (PEAKS)  9, 10  All students 
Arizona^{1}  Arizona’s Measurement of Educational Readiness to Inform Teaching (AzMERIT) End of Course (EOC) in Algebra I 
EOC  All students 
AzMERIT EOC in Geometry  EOC  All students  
AzMERIT EOC in Algebra II  EOC  All students^{2}  
Arkansas  ACT Aspire Early High School  9, 10  All students 
ACT  11  Optional assessment  
California  California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CASPP) Smarter Balanced (Mathematics) 
11  All students 
Colorado  PSAT  9, 10  All students 
SAT  11  All students  
Connecticut  SAT  11  All students 
Delaware  PSAT  10  All students 
SAT  11  All students  
District of Columbia^{3}  PARCC Algebra I/Integrated I EOC Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) 
EOC  Local option 
PARCC Geometry/Integrated  EOC  All students  
PARCC Algebra II/Integrated Mathematics III EOC  EOC  Local option  
SAT  11, 12  All eligible students^{4}  
Florida  Florida Standards Assessment (FSA) Algebra I EOC  EOC  All students 
Florida Standards Assessment (FSA) Geometry EOC  EOC  Only students who elect to take the course  
Georgia  Georgia Milestones Assessment System Coordinate Algebra or Algebra I EOC 
EOC  All students 
Georgia Milestones Assessment System Analytic Geometry or Geometry EOC 
EOC  All students  
Hawaii  Smarter Balanced (Mathematics)  11  All students 
Algebra I EOC  EOC  Local option  
Algebra II EOC  EOC  Local option  
ACT plus Writing  11  All students  
Idaho  Idaho Standards Achievement Tests (ISATs) (Smarter Balanced) 
10  All students 
Illinois  SAT  11  All students 
Indiana  Indiana Statewide Testing for Educational Progress Plus (ISTEP+) aligned to Indiana State Standards ECA in Grade 10 Mathematics 
10  All students 
Iowa  Iowa Assessments (Mathematics)  11  All students 
Kansas  Kansas Assessment Program (KAP) Mathematics  10  All students 
Kentucky  Kentucky EndofCourse Field Test – Algebra II Algebra II EOC 
EOC  All students 
ACT  11  All students  
ACT WorkKeys or Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (KOSSA) 
High school  Local option  
Louisiana  Algebra I EOC  EOC  All students 
Geometry EOC  EOC  Only students who elect to take the course  
ACT  11  All students  
ACT WorkKeys  11  Primarily for students in grade 11 who are on track for a Jump Start diploma 

Maine  SAT  11  All students 
Maryland  PARCC Algebra I EOC  EOC  All students 
PARCC Geometry EOC  EOC  Only students who elect to take the course  
PARCC Algebra II EOC  EOC  Only students who elect to take the course  
Massachusetts  Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS): Mathematics 
10  All students 
Michigan  Michigan Merit Exam (MME) (SAT with Essay, ACT WorkKeys) 
11  All students 
PSAT  9, 10  All students  
Minnesota  Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments (MCA): Mathematics 
11  All students 
Mississippi  Mississippi Academic Assessment Program (MAAP): Algebra I 
EOC  All students 
ACT  11  All students  
Missouri  Algebra I EOC  EOC  All students 
Geometry EOC  EOC  Local option  
Algebra II EOC  EOC  Local option  
ACT  11  All students  
Montana  ACT plus Writing  11  All students 
Nebraska  ACT  11  All students 
Nevada  Mathematics I EOC (focus on algebra I)  EOC  All students 
Mathematics II EOC (focus on geometry)  EOC  All students  
Integrated Mathematics I  EOC  All students  
Integrated Mathematics II  EOC  All students  
ACT plus Writing  11  All students  
New Hampshire  SAT  11  All students 
New Jersey  PARCC Algebra I EOC  EOC  All students 
PARCC Geometry EOC  EOC  All students  
PARCC Algebra II EOC  EOC  Only students who elect to take the course  
New Mexico^{5}  PARCC Algebra I EOC  EOC  All students 
PARCC Geometry/Integrated Mathematics II EOC  EOC  All students  
PARCC Algebra II/Integrated Mathematics III EOC  EOC  All students^{2}  
New York  Regents Algebra I Exam  EOC  Some students^{6} 
Regents Algebra II Exam  EOC  Some students^{6}  
Regents Geometry Exam  EOC  Some students^{6}  
North Carolina  North Carolina READY Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned EOC in Mathematics I 
EOC  All students 
PreACT  10  All students  
ACT  11  All students  
ACT WorkKeys  11  Seniors who are career and technical education (CTE) concentrators 

North Dakota^{7}  North Dakota State Assessment (NDSA)  11  All students 
ACT/ACT WorkKeys  11  All students  
Ohio  ACT or SAT  11  Local option 
Algebra I/Integrated Mathematics I  EOC  All students  
Geometry/Integrated Mathematics II  EOC  All students  
Oklahoma^{8}  SAT  10  All students 
Oregon  Smarter Balanced (Mathematics)  11  All students 
Pennsylvania  Keystone Exam in Algebra I  EOC  All students 
Rhode Island  SAT  11  All students 
PSAT  10  All students  
South Carolina  End of Course Examination Program (EOCEP) in Algebra I  EOC  All students 
ACT  11  All students  
ACT WorkKeys  11  All students  
South Dakota  Smarter Balanced (Mathematics)  11  All students 
Tennessee  Algebra I/Integrated Mathematics I EOC  EOC  All students 
Geometry/Integrated Mathematics II EOC  EOC  All students  
Algebra II/Integrated Mathematics III EOC  EOC  All students  
ACT  11  All students  
Texas^{9}  State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) EOC in Algebra I 
EOC  All students 
STAAR EOC in Algebra II  EOC  District option  
Utah  Student Assessment of Growth and Excellence SAGE) EOC in Secondary (Integrated) Mathematics I 
EOC  All students 
SAGE EOC in Secondary (Integrated) Mathematics II  EOC  All students  
SAGE EOC in Secondary (Integrated) Mathematics III  EOC  All students^{2}  
ACT  11  All students  
Vermont  Smarter Balanced (Mathematics)  9  All students 
Virginia  Algebra I Standards of Learning (SOL)  EOC  All students 
Geometry SOL  EOC  Only students who elect to take the course  
Algebra II SOL  EOC  Only students who elect to take the course  
Washington^{10}  Smarter Balanced (Mathematics)  11  All students 
Algebra I/Integrated I EOC Exit Exam based on the CCSS  EOC  All students  
Geometry/Integrated Mathematics II EOC Exit Exam based on the CCSS 
EOC  All students  
West Virginia  SAT  11  All students 
Wisconsin  ACT Aspire Early High School  9, 10  All students 
ACT plus Writing  11  All students  
Wyoming  Wyoming Test of Proficiency and Progress (WYTOPP) 
9, 10  All students 
ACT plus Writing  11  All students 
^{1} AzMERIT End of Course (EOC) in Algebra II is administered only to students who elect to take the course.  
^{2} All students in these states are automatically enrolled in a mathematics course sequence that includes Algebra II, but with parental permission a student may modify (i.e., lessen) the Algebra II/Integrated Mathematics III requirement or its equivalent course content or opt into another state diploma that includes a different set of course requirements that does not include Algebra II/Integrated Mathematics III. Students in these states who modify the mathematics requirement will not be assessed using the Algebra II/Integrated Mathematics III EOC (if one exists in the state).  
^{3 }In the District of Columbia, it will be a local option in 2017–18 to administer the PARCC Algebra II/Integrated Mathematics III EOC assessments. The required high school mathematics assessments are Geometry or Integrated Mathematics II.  
^{4} If eligible students are present at school on SAT school day, they are expected to take the SAT exam.  
^{5} Students in grades 9–11 must take the PARCC mathematics test that aligns to the course in which they are enrolled, with the following exception: students concurrently enrolled in two PARCCaligned mathematics courses must take one PARCC test, but have the option to take both.  
^{6} All students must take and pass five Regents exams in English language arts, mathematics, social studies, science, and one pathway assessment.  
^{7} The ACT and WorkKeys is administered to all students. North Dakota also gives districts an option to use grade 11 ACT in lieu of grade 11 North Dakota State Assessment for high school accountability assessments in English language arts and mathematics.  
^{8} For the 2017–18 school year, Oklahoma will use the SAT as the state assessment. Oklahoma will allow local education agencies to choose the ACT, a locally selected, nationally recognized high school assessment as allowed under section 1111(b)(2)(H), in place of the SAT state assessment in reading/language arts and mathematics in high school for accountability purposes in spring 2018.  
^{9} Beginning in spring 2016, STAAR Algebra II is available for districts to administer as optional assessments.  
^{10} EOC exams in Algebra I/Integrated Mathematics I and Geometry/Integrated Mathematics II are based on previous Washington State Learning Standards in Mathematics. EOC exit exams are based on updated Washington State Learning Standards (Common Core), beginning in school year 2014–15. These EOC assessments are available through the class of 2018 as one way for students to meet the state’s highstakes graduation requirement in mathematics. Beginning with the class of 2019, the state will use the Smarter Balanced exam for graduation.  
NOTE: In this table, EOC represents End of Course assessments and PARCC is the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers.  
SOURCE: Achieve, 2017–18 State High School Mathematics Assessments, retrieved September 20, 2018 from https://www.achieve.org/publications/www.achieve.org/publications/2017%E2%80%9318statehighschoolmathematicsassessments. Data Source 