Virginia Assessment Parent Portal

Newport News Public Schools is pleased to announce a new method for parents to receive their child’s Virginia Assessment Program test results.

The Virginia Assessment Parent Portal is a web-based portal from the Virginia Department of Education for parents with children in grades 3 through 8 to access math and reading growth assessments (administered in fall and winter) and SOL tests results (administered in May).  Parents must have an account in the parent portal (see the Parent Portal User Guide to create your account).  You will only need one account if you have multiple children in grades 3 through 8.  The spelling of your child’s first and last name must be entered exactly as it appears in Synergy. 

Parents will be able to review their child’s Student Detail by Question (SDBQ) Reports for each test completed and, in most cases, you will be able to view a personalized video that accompanies the SDBQ Report for your child. This is a personalized video that provides an overview of the SDBQ report, explains specific details from your child’s SDBQ report, and directs you to resources on the Virginia Department of Education’s website to assist with your child's academic needs.

To create your Virginia Assessment Parent Portal account, follow the instructions provided in the Parent Portal User Guide link below. Contact your student’s school testing coordinator or teacher to get your student’s claim code.  If you are a returning user to parent portal you will need to reenter your student’s information and claim code to see any updated test results.

Please note, the Claim Code must be entered exactly as it appears. It is case sensitive. This code will enable you to access your child’s test results securely.

We are pleased to have this new opportunity to communicate information about your child’s test results on the Grades 3-8 Reading and Mathematics Growth Assessments. If you have questions regarding how to access the Virginia Assessment Parent Portal or your child’s test results, please contact your child’s school testing coordinator or teacher.

Please contact the NNPS Testing Office at [email protected] with any questions.