About the California High School Exit Examination

The California Department of Education (CDE) has chosen ETS to develop, administer and score the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE).

The purpose of CAHSEE is to assess whether students who graduate from high school can demonstrate grade-level competency in the state content standards for reading, writing and mathematics. For more information on the test, visit the California Department of Education's CAHSEE home page.

CAHSEE 2014–15 Administration Training Videos

Introduction (Flash)

Test Examiner and Proctor Responsibilities (Flash)

Test Site Coordinator Responsibilities (Flash)

LEA CAHSEE Coordinator Responsibilities (Flash)

CAHSEE Resources (Flash)

CAHSEE Training Webcast September 25, 2013

Demographic Data Corrections Webcast September 25, 2013 – Final

View Archive Webcast from September 25 (Flash)

CAHSEE Training Webcast September 10, 2013

View Archived Webcast (Flash)

CAHSEE Training Webcast September 2013 – Final

CAHSEE Training Webcast September 11, 2012

CAHSEE Training Webcast September 2012 – Final

CAHSEE 2014–2015 Designation Forms

Superintendent Letter
Designation Form
Test Security Agreement Form

CAHSEE Online

CAHSEE Online contains web pages for ordering test materials, placing Supplemental Shipments, uploading Pre-ID files, viewing material order status, downloading Student Results and making Student Data Corrections. It is a secure site requiring a user ID and password for access.

 

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