Mathematics Pathways for Middle and High SchoolUpdate- Final placement letters for middle school math advancement requests have been mailed home. Letters went out on Friday, June 9th. If you requested an advancement for the 2017-18 school year, please look for your letter to arrive this week (6/12-6/16). If you do not receive your letter by Friday, 6/16/17, please email email@example.com so we may resend one.The Snoqualmie Valley School District provides multiple pathways for students to complete the mathematics courses that will prepare them for college and career.
Students who pursue the Core Pathway through middle school and then continue through Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2 will have the opportunity to complete Algebra 3 or Pre-Calculus in high school and will be ready to pursue college-level math courses after graduation.
Students who meet requirements for and pursue the Accelerated Pathway through middle school and complete Pre-Calculus in high school will also be college-ready and will have had an opportunity to complete at least one additional higher level math course such as Calculus or Statistics in the senior year of high school.
For those students who meet requirements for and pursue the Exceptional Pathway through middle school and complete Pre-Calculus as sophomores, there is an opportunity to take at least two additional higher level math courses such as Calculus and Statistics in the junior and senior years of high school.Advancement Request Form - The window for requests closed on May 1st, 2017.Click here to download the 2017-18 Math Pathways Guidebook.Click here to complete the Exceptional Pathway Placement Agreement.Click here to download the Math Pathways map, which shows math course sequences by pathway.Click here to download the Math Pathway Presentation shared at the parent night on March 30, 2017.