Final exam breakdown

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As quarter four comes to an end and finals approach, it is important to know the schedule for the next two weeks. Here is everything you need to know to ace finals and finish the year off strong. 

Study guides were posted Friday, May 27 so students should be able to access them through Planbook or Google Classroom. 

Thursday, June 2 and Friday, June 3 are review days, dedicated to studying and asking teachers questions regarding exams. Students must report to every class, even if they plan on exempting it. 

A+A+
A+A
A+A-
A+B+
A+B
A+B-
AA
AA-
AB+
AB
A-A-
A-B+
In order to exempt a class, students must have an “A” average. For the 2021-2022 school year only, attendance will not be a factor in exemption. Exemption forms are due Wednesday, June 1 and must be turned in to the Upper School Office. (Table/Elise Blum)

DateExam 1 (8:00 to 9:35 a.m.)Exam 2 (10:00 to 11:35 a.m.)Bus leavesLunches available
Monday 6/6Period 1Period 212:00 p.m.No
Tuesday 6/7Period 3Period 412:00 p.m.No
Wednesday 6/8Period 5/6 or 6/7Period 812:00 p.m.No
Thursday 6/9Period 9No busesNo
Above is a full schedule of the final exams. The first three days will consist of two exams, the first of which begins at 8:00 a.m. and the second at 10:00 a.m. Each exam will last approximately an hour and 35 minutes. (Table/Irene John)

“We can’t stress enough the importance of sleep and nutrition,” said Principal Elise Blum. “Reduce stress by ensuring you arrive on time, in dress code (your full uniform and ID) and prepared for exams.”

Irene is a sophomore at American Heritage who is entering her first year as a staff member for the Patriot Post. She loves reading (practically anything she can manage to get her hands on), watching movies, volunteering and listening to music. Her passion for writing started early at the age of 8 and she has been involved in both creative writing and journalism since then. Other than being in newspaper she is involved in a lot of different clubs at Heritage such as Best Buddies, Key Club, HOSA, UNICEF, Amnesty International and more.