What are the LEAP 2025 tests?
The Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) 2025 is a statewide assessment program for students in grades 3 through high school to measure student knowledge and skills in key courses.
A student's results on the LEAP 2025 are evaluated along with a student's report cards and benchmark assessments to measure academic performance and ensure the student is ready to move onto the next level of study. The aggregate results are also used in determining a school's performance score.
Students with disabilities may be eligible to take LEAP Connect.
For more information on LEAP 2025 and LEAP Connect, visit the Louisiana Department of Education (LDOE) website.
What LEAP 2025 tests are required in high school?
Students are required to take a LEAP 2025 test in the following course:
English I Algebra I Biology
English II Geometry U.S. History
How many points is a LEAP 2025 test worth in high school?
In order to fulfill their graduation requirements, students on the TOPS Core and Jumpstart pathway must pass (Approaching Basic or better) in at least one English, math, and social studies/science LEAP 2025 test.
All LEAP 2025 tests are also factored into the class gpa as a percentage of the final grade. This will appear on the student's report card as the final exam grade.
All LEAP 2025 courses also require students to achieve at least (5) points by the end of the year in order to pass the class. The points are follows:
A= 4 points
B= 3 points
C= 2 points
D= 1 point
F= 0 points
How can my child prepare for LEAP 2025 tests?
Annually, the LDOE publishes practice tests in English language arts (ELA), math, science, and social studies to help students prepare for the LEAP 2025 statewide tests.
Practice tests may help you and your child better understand how the tests compare to classroom work, and see sample questions.
For more information on how to access LEAP 2025 practice tests, see this handout.