The class of 2017 and earlier in the state of Ohio must still pass all five parts, Reading, Math, Writing, Science, and Social Studies, of the Ohio Graduation Test (OGT) in order to receive high school diplomas (See Alternative Conditions for Eligibility for a Diploma). Students begin taking the OGT in 10th grade and they have seven opportunities to pass each of the five tests. One of the opportunities is over the summer.
As a district, Middletown City Schools strongly encourages ALL students who still need to pass a portion of the OGT to take advantage of ALL seven opportunities—including those provided during the summer.
The state of Ohio requires students who plan to take the Summer OGT to take a 10 hour preparation class. Students who were enrolled in Middletown City Schools during the 2014-2015 school year may take the Ohio Graduation Test Preparation Class for FREE.
ATTENDANCE AT THE OGT TEST PREPARATION CLASS THIS SUMMER IS STRONGLY ENCOURAGED.
2015 OGT INTERVENTION AND SUMMER TESTING Registration Form1.pdf