Academics

Calendars & Schedules
Academic Dates 2015-16 - GHS
Master Class Schedule 1st  Semester 2016-17
Master Class Schedule 2nd Semester 2016-17
Seattle Public Schools 2016-17 Calendar Key Dates

For information on various Garfield dates or schedules, click on the links above. Garfield's school calendar is accessible here and on the home page.

College and Career Planning
Garfield College and Career Center

Course Guide
Registration Guide and Course Descriptions 2016-17
Registration Guide and Course Descriptions 2017-18
Garfield's course list and descriptions change each year. Please click on the link to see a pdf of the current guide. For department specific questions, please contact the department chairperson.

Department Goals
A listing by each department of objectives that inform instruction.

District Policies
Enrollment
Grading Policy
Graduation Requirements
High School Credit for "Special" Middle School Courses - Form -Weighted Rank Sample
The Source
These topics are governed by the Seattle Public Schools district.Please see their website (click on the appropriate subheading links) forthe most current information. For current enrollment policies, searchunder "Schools - Enrollment." For graduation requirements, search under"Students - Academics - Graduation Requirements."

Support for Academics
CAN- College Access Now, a Seattle-based program with a group at GHS,which serves promising, low-income young people by helping them preparefor and earn admission to college, office on 3rd Floor.

CSF- College Success Foundation works with low-income students to preparethem for their academic future. They are based in computer lab 121.

Garfield College Network

Peer Tutoring - Garfield students

Read Right - This national programshows exceptional results with students typically becoming more fluentreaders with better understanding. In October 2011, the program waslisted as 1 of 3 research-backed interventions that work in secondaryschools by the National Center for Response to Intervention (NCRTI). Check with teacher Ms. Robison: herobison@seattleschools.org

Study Center - After school tutoring in the Career and College Center, M-Th from 2:20-4:00. Library is open until 3:15.

Tutoring After School - Overview of all programs offering support in afternoons.

Upward Bound - City of Seattle program preparing high school students for higher education.

 Y-Scholars - A choice program for incoming 9th graders with classesin a cohort and ongoing activities in upper grades. Supported byYMCA-Meredith Matthews East Madison Branch, Garfield staff and parents,Garfield PTSA and Americorp volunteers.

Other Websites
CSS/Financial Aid Profile - used by many private colleges
www.collegeanswer.com
www.scholarships.com

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