Welcome to the SERP Portal! JSerra's Student Educational Resource Program (SERP) supports students with documented learning challenges. SERP recognizes the need to provide a learning environment which fosters growth and supports the individual needs of all students. SERP is one segment of an academic support team which encourages and supports collaboration to create an environment in which all work together for the common good of each student. To learn more about SERP, click here.
Please note that SERP services (including the information listed below) are exclusively restricted to qualified SERP students.
If you have any questions about SERP, please contact Denise Dale at email@example.com.
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If you need your student’s log in information, please contact Denise Dale at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Documentation must be current as defined by College Board (within 5 years)
- Documentation must include scores from both a cognitive ability test and an academic ability test
- Documentation must include a specific DSM IV diagnosis
- An educational plan be in place for the student, and the student must be receiving the requested accommodations, for a minimum of 4 months prior to the application
- Parent completes both the Consent Form and the Student Information Form and provides them to Denise (as the SSD Coordinator for JSerra). Forms can be downloaded from the College Board site or I can send them to you electronically.
- I submit the application for extended time electronically to College Board.
- Process can take up to 7 weeks; although if the above criteria are met, documentation should not be required.
- Notification will come directly from College Board; although I generally notify you as well.
- Once approved, the student is eligible for the accommodation on all College Board tests; including the PSAT, SAT, and AP exams. The student does not need to re-apply for each test.