End-of-Course Examination Program (EOCEP)
The Education Accountability Act of 1998 requires students in specific high school courses in specific English, Math, Science, and Social Studies to take a state-developed final exam. This program is called the End-of-Course-Examination Program (EOCEP), and the tests are referred to as End-of-Course Exams (EOCs).
Each exam counts 20 percent of the students' final grade in the following courses:
- Algebra 1
- English 2
- U.S. History and the Constitution
- Biology 1
For the 2021-2022 school year, EOCEP assessments will be consistently and uniformly administered in all CCSD middle and high schools. In addition, EOC assessments must be administered to every student enrolled in a designated EOC course, as required by federal accountability requirements and according to state administration guidelines.
Please click here to view the Semester 1 End-of-Course Exam Testing Schedule. The school and EOC course teachers will share additional testing information as the test dates approach.
Please visit the S.C. Department of Education End of Course page for additional testing information from the state department. For further school testing information, please visit our school testing website.
Students -- Do you want to familiarize yourself with the testing software? Click the EOCEP Online Tools Training (Choose the EOCEP Online Tools Training Option) for more information.