Welcome to the EAP/CAASPP/SBAC Page
The Early Assessment Program (EAP) appears as part of the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP), and may also be reported as 11th grade "Smarter Balanced" Testing (SBAC) at your high school. Because the EAP will not exempt you from the math assessment requirement, we recommend all students take both the math and English assessment at COC together (no longer a test, and takes less than 20 minutes on average for both math and English). Since doing the assessment typically takes less time than processing the EAP, for most students this is better option. If students do not place into our English 101 course directly on the assessment, they can return to this page and continue with the following steps below to apply for the EAP exemption.
If you would like to apply for the English assessment EAP exemption now, please click on the button below that appropriately reflects your test results. If you do not know your EAP results, you should speak to your high school counseling office. You may have been sent a paper copy of your CAASPP approximately 8 weeks after your high school testing completed (Junior year).
Click on your EAP/CAASPP status below to get started!