Check Your Scores!

Attention 6th Graders with ELA 4’s and MATH 4’s

You may be eligible to take the Hunter College High School Entrance Exam! You may also be eligible for FREE TEST PREPARATION through the Exam Schools Partnership Initiative (ESPI).
Your future 7th through 12th Grade Education could be at Hunter College High School — considered one of the top schools in the country. Hunter is highly rated for academics and college success and is multi-faceted, with sports, drama, arts and clubs. The school is one of the best free and publicly funded schools in New York City.
Hunter begins in 7th grade. As a 6th grader with ELA 4’s and Math 4’s, you could qualify to take an entrance exam on January 6, 2017. In addition, 6th grade students with ELA 4’s and Math 4’s may be eligible for FREE TEST PREPARATION for the Hunter College High School’s Admissions Test through the Exam Schools Partnership Initiative.

Check Your 5th Grade Scores!

Log on at and go to the “Assessments” tab. If you achieved a scaled score of 346 on the ELA test AND 357 on the Math test, you will be eligible to take the Hunter Admissions Test on January 6, 2017. If your family has not created your My Student account, ask your school office for help setting up a password for your account.
If you are a 6th grader and you got those scores on your 2015 5th grade tests, you may very likely qualify for the ESPI Pilot Program. The Pilot Program provides free, high-quality academic enrichment and test preparation to prepare you for the Hunter admissions test. Ask your parents to fill out the application form on the site or to contact ESPI directly by emailing or calling (212) 729-8881. The program starts October 1, 2016.
The ESPI Pilot Scholars Program is for New York City students from under-represented groups from moderate and low income families, with a particular focus on students from Black and Latino communities and schools in Districts 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8. The program will meet in Upper Manhattan on Saturdays from 9:30 am to 3:00 pm and after school on Wednesday afternoons.