Registration Fees and Deadlines

Fees

 

Regular Registration - $162

Late Registration - $187

Emergency Registration - $212

California High School Proficiency Examination testing fees are nonrefundable.

 

The amount of the fee is based on the date your completed packet of registration materials (including your registration form, proof of eligibility, payment and any other required materials) arrives in the CHSPE Office.

Your fee must be paid in the form of a money order, bank-issued cashier's check, or homeless youth or foster youth fee waiver request.

No personal checks, credit cards, or cash will be accepted.

Note: If your registration materials arrive after the deadline that you have chosen or if they are incomplete when they arrive, you will be responsible for any additional registration fees. You may be registered and allowed to test, but you will not receive results until your account (including any additional fees) is paid in full. If, for any reason, your payment is not honored by its issuing financial institution, you will be charged an additional $25 fee to cover the processing to clear your account. Your exam results will not be provided and you will not be allowed to register for future CHSPE administrations until your account, including the additional $25 fee, is paid in full.

Regular Registration

To be eligible for regular registration, your completed registration form, proof of eligibility, and payment of $162.00 must be received in the CHSPE Office by 5:00 p.m. on the regular registration deadline. Incomplete registration materials received on or before the regular registration deadline will be returned unprocessed with a letter informing you of the problem.

Late Registration

If you miss the regular registration deadline, you may register during the late registration period. Accommodations requests are not accepted during the late registration period.

 

To be eligible for late registration, your completed registration form, proof of eligibility, and payment of $187.00 must be received in the CHSPE Office by 5:00 p.m. on the late registration deadline.

 

If your registration materials are received during the late registration period and they are incomplete, you will be notified of how to complete your registration. If your materials do not include the full late registration fee, you will be notified and your test results will not be released until your account is paid in full.

Emergency Registration

If you miss both the regular and late registration deadlines, you may register during the emergency registration period on a space-available basis in selected test areas.

 

To be eligible for emergency registration, your completed registration form, proof of eligibility, and payment of $212.00 must be received in the CHSPE Office by 5:00 p.m. on the emergency registration deadline.

 

If your registration materials are received during the emergency registration period and they are incomplete, you will be notified of how to complete your registration. If your materials do not include the full emergency registration fee, you will be notified and your test results will not be released until your account is paid in full. Accommodations and Sunday testing are not available during the emergency registration period. Emergency registration is limited to specific test areas, subject to space availability. Assignments are made on a first-come, first-served basis.

October XX, 2020 Exam

 

Regular deadline: September xx, 2020

Late Deadline:

October xX, 2020

Emergency Deadline:

October xX, 2020

March XX, 2021 Exam

Regular deadline: February xx, 2021

Late Deadline:

March xX, 2021

Emergency Deadline:

March xX, 2021

June XX, 2021 Exam

 

Regular deadline:

May xx, 2021

Late Deadline:

June xX, 2021

Emergency Deadline:

June xX, 2021

Registration Deadlines

 

Content produced by the Sacramento County Office of Education for the California Department of Education.

The California High School Proficiency Examination (CHSPE) is a testing program established by California law (Education Code Section 48412).