CAHSEE Is Dead
During the school year 2014-15, the CAHSEE became history. The class of 2017 was the last class to take the CAHSEE. Now we take the SBAC instead of the CAHSEE. Regardless whether students passed or failed the last year, it does not matter since it is now a moot point.
CAHSEE is a test that was created by California to measure student knowledge. The test ensured that students graduated with junior and high school grade level skills in reading, writing, and math.
All high school students had to pass the CAHSEE to earn a high school diploma. If students did not pass the CAHSEE, they would not be able to graduate high school. Students first took the test in 10th grade. Students who didn’t pass in 10th grade could take it again during 11th and 12th grade.