School Psychological Report Writer

School Psychological Report Writer (SP Report Writer)© assists school psychologists in easily and efficiently writing both simple and comprehensive reports. 

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School Psychological Report Writer allows users to create simple reports (without any tests administered) to complex reports with up to 28 tests. Although School Psychological Report Writer does not interpret test results, it allows the user to create significant high and low score profiles and patterns of strengths and weaknesses using current CHC theory, Dehn's, and neuropsychological models.

School Psychological Report Writer was researched, conceptualized, and developed over two years to deliver a comprehensive report writing tool.


Select and insert various sections into reports: 

    • Reason for Referral
    • Educational Records Review
    • Previous Testing Results
    • Health History (includes Health History form)
    • Developmental Milestones (includes Developmental History form)
    • ESL Background Information
    • Tests Administered
    • Classroom Observation (includes Classroom Observation form)
    • Student Interview
    • Mental Status Examination (includes MSE form)
    • Test Observations
    • Pattern of Strengths and Weaknesses 
    • Recommendations

    School Psychological Report Writer formats reports into Rich Text Format (RTF) which can be read by popular word-processing apps such as Microsoft Word and Apple Pages. A separate data file is also created, saving all student information separately from the report for a simple re-export later.

    Example report

    If you are viewing this on a smart device, or your browser does not support inline PDFs, you can access the full report example at this link: School Psychological Report Writer report example (PDF).

    Report Creation Options
    Report creation options dropdown

    Report Summary and Recommendations
    Report summary and recommendations

    Reason for Referral and 201 School Interventions
    Reason for referral

    Health History Input Fields
    Health history input fields

    Developmental Milestones Input Fields
    Developmental milestones input fields

    Classroom Observation
    Classroom observation screen

    Student Interview Fields
    Student interview fields

    Interview Screen 02

    DSM-V Diagnostic Codes
    DSM-V Diagnostic codes


    Includes over 483 tests (including those used in Australia, Canada New Zealand and the United Kingdom):

    • 90 Achievement Tests
    • 11 Adaptive Scales
    • 25 ADHD Scales
    • 20 Autism Spectrum Scales
    • 107 Behavior Tests
    • 18 Developmental Scales
    • 23 Executive Function Tests
    • 10 Gifted Assessment Scales
    • 78 Intelligence Tests
    • 24 Memory Tests
    • 47 Processing Tests
    • 26 Visual-Motor Tests

    Additional tests:

    • State and Province and State Assessments with over 190 school assessments and 175 province/state tests for educational background information used in the U.S. and Canada
    • Includes tests that can be remotely administered to children
    • Features an expanded number of behavior tests with Spanish translations
    Tests Administered: Test Selection
    Tests administered: test selection

    Tests Results Example
    Test results example

    Achievement Test Results
    Achievement test results

    Intelligence Test Results
    Intelligence test results

    ADHD Test Results
    ADHD test results

    ADHD Recommendations
    ADHD Recommendations Screen

    Reading Recommendations
    Reading Recommendations Screen

    Educational Records Review:  206 School Assessments
    Educational Records Review: school assessments

    Educational Records Review:  175 Providence and State Assessments
    Educational Records Review: Providence and State Assessments


    Includes special charts for Rate of Learning and Intelligence Normal Distribution.

    The Normative Curve Cognitive Score charts section has been enhanced and expanded to include 41 major cognitive tests. In the normal curve narrative feature, the scores are reported using the test’s own score descriptors with colors represented in the normal distribution curve.

    Behavior rating scales feature Selective Raters®, which permits the assignment of raters' names in test charts.

    All bar charts have the Selective Scores® feature, which only charts test areas that have scores, removing unsightly blank areas.


    The Rate of Learning section includes 20 major RTI tests, but additional tests can be added for analysis. This section includes a new feature, Benchmark Completion Percentage for non-standard scores.

    Also includes an expanded section on Dr. Dehn's PSW Model, which is used by many states for specific learning disability identification.

    Mental Status Examination (MSE) Results
    MSE Results Screen

    Pattern of Strengths and Weaknesses Analysis
    Pattern of Strengths and Weaknesses analysis