The California High School Proficiency Examination (CHSPE) is a voluntary test that assesses proficiency in basic reading, writing, and mathematics skills taught in public schools. Eligible persons who pass the CHSPE are awarded a Certificate of Proficiency by the California State Board of Education. The test is given in English only.
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There are over 70 test centers throughout California. Some counties do not include a test center and other counties have more than one test center. A list of the counties and test areas may be found on the or in the available on the CHSPE Registration Web page.
California Code of Regulations, Title 5, Education requires the principal of each school that includes grades 11 and 12 to distribute to each student in those grades an announcement explaining the CHSPE. Distribution shall be made in sufficient time to enable interested students to meet all examination registration requirements for the fall test of that year. This announcement is available on the .