These EOC exams replaced the math High School Proficiency Exam (HSPE).
The EOC is given in the first two weeks of June as well as there will be a make-up exam given January 2014.
More information about the EOC exams and graduation requirements can be found at
We highly encourage students to practice and review for the state EOC tests by utilizing the following review packets.
Educators can ask program and pedagogical questions to support classroom implementation and instruction with their HMH program. Ask your district/school administrator to forward you the license redemption link, or assign you a unique Membership ID 2.
Click on the license redemption link or go to and enter your Membership ID to register. Create your own user profile in the system, including user name and password, to complete your license activation. An HMH Content Expert will respond to you within one business day You ask and we will answer!
Can you help us understand the reasoning behind introducing flat shapes as parts of solids?
• How do I align the Grab-and-Go® materials to the lessons in the book?
A small number of students receiving special education services are eligible to earn a certificate of individual achievement (CIA)/high school diploma by meeting standard in the Washington Alternate Assessment System (WAAS). Beginning in the 2014-15 school year, 11th graders will be tested in subjects included in the Common Core (ELA and math) using the Smarter Balanced system.
Meeting standard on the Smarter Balanced tests is not required for graduation until the Class of 2019.