High School Assessment

The Maryland High School Assessments (HSA) are tests that measure school and individual student progress toward Maryland's High School Core Learning Goals. Passing the HSA is a graduation requirement beginning with the graduating class of 2009.

Maryland High School Assessments

HSAexam.org answers the most commonly asked questions about the HSAs and links to numerous resources, including the Core Learning Goals, publicly released test forms with answer keys and scoring rubrics, online HSA courses, and a testing calendar.

For an overview as well as related print, online, & multimedia resources for the Maryland High School Assessment's please visit their website at www.hsaexam.org.​

High School Achievement (HSA) Practice Tests:

MD Department of Education - This free resource is provided by the MD Department of Education. It allows students to complete mini-assessments made up of questions used on past HSA exams. Practice tests are available for Algebra/Data Analysis, Biology, English, and Government.  

 

Contact Information:
Maryland State Department of Education
Office of Communications
200 West Baltimore Street