College Entrance Exams

College Entrance Exams


  • PSAT and SAT on October 28, 2020
  • SAT for Juniors is scheduled for April, 13, 2020

Freshman or 9th graders taking the PSAT will gain valuable experience in test taking skills. This is a preview of the SAT students will take in 11th grade. SAT Scores are a major component that college look at in the college application process.

Sophomores or 10th grades will take this test free of charge.
Juniors or 11th Graders interested in National Merit Scholarships should definitely take this test. If your scores are high enough you can receive academic scholarship money.

See Mr. Pettit in the counseling office for more information.


North Star Charter School (NSCS) is a K-12 public charter school located in Eagle, Idaho. Founded in 2003, NSCS provides students a world-class education characterized by a safe, supportive and structured learning climate that encourages high academic achievement, intellectual confidence, leadership and virtuous citizenship. The school’s charter articulates the vision of its founders to think critically and to become virtuous citizen leaders in our local and world community.

We Look Forward to Getting to Know Your Family!

Our main admission entry points are kindergarten, sixth,  and ninth grades. Applications for other grade-levels are fully considered, but admission is solely based on space availability due to student attrition.


NSCS is committed to improving student achievement through high expectations for student engagement and meaningful preparation for postsecondary education and careers. Explore our Elementary, Middle and High School divisions.


North Star athletics is committed to developing our student-athletes in an educational-based environment. Through a positive coaching atmosphere, student-athletes will be encouraged to expand their athletic abilities. 


Our students receive an exceptional learning experience enabling them to reach their full potential and discover their place in a world of possibilities.

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208-939-9645 (Attendance Line)
FAX: 208-939-6090

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