Each year, high schools across South Carolina are tasked with determining whether students are college and career ready. One way that South Carolina determines that for our students is through WIN testing. WIN is an assessment that helps determine the readiness of students.
Typically, students would have taken this assessment during their junior year. Due to COVID-19, students were unable to test. The South Carolina Department of Education has tasked us with completing this assessment for students who are seniors this school year and would have taken the assessment last year.
The test will be administered at Hannah - Pamplico High School beginning on Wednesday, November 11. Seniors have been placed into small groups and will test in a computer lab setting. We will do our best to begin no later than 8:30 and the test will take approximately 4 hours, with breaks included.
Virtual students that need to ride the bus in order to complete the test, please do so, and we will provide transportation back home if necessary.
This test is required and we need all students to participate. If there are any questions or concerns, please fell free to contact Mr. Mosby at email@example.com or by phone at (843)493-5781.
Testing Session 1 Thursday, November 12 Testing Session 2 Friday, November 13 Testing Session 3 Wednesday, November 11 Testing Session 4 Wednesday, November 11 and Thursday, November 12 (PM Sessions) Make - Up Session Friday, November 13
Pursuing Excellence with P.R.I.D.E
2055 South Pamplico Highway
Pamplico, SC 29583
The mission of Hannah - Pamplico High School is to provide each student with a diverse and quality education in a safe, comfortable, and supportive environment that promotes self - discipline, motivation, and excellence in learning.
We share this responsibility with all stakeholders to assist students in developing skills to become independent and self-suffcient adults who will succeed and contribute responsibly in a global community.
- Each student is a valued individual with unique physical, social, emotional, and intellectual needs.
- All students can learn, achieve, and succeed when provided a variety of instructional approaches, the proper resources and technology, and a safe, clean environment.
- Decision-making skills, career exploration, and extracurricular activities are imporatnt components of the educational process.
- A shared responsibilty exists among the school, parents, students, and community to provide a continuous learning environment for students to experience maximum success.
- Curriculum is made relevant through subject integration, collaborative efforts and multi-cultural activities.