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Academic Dates - GHS
Master Class Schedule - GHS
Bell Schedules - GHS
For information on various Garfield dates or schedules, click on the subheading links above. To access the District's calendar, click on the link above, then click on the "District Calendar" at the top of the District's website.
Registration Guide and Course Descriptions 2013-14
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.
High School Credit for "Special" Middle School Courses - Form - Weighted Rank Sample
These topics are governed by the Seattle Public Schools district. Please see their website (click on the appropriate subheading links) for the most current information. For current enrollment policies, search under "Schools - Enrollment." For graduation requirements, search under "Students - Academics - Graduation Requirements."
College Goal Sunday - Is held throughout Washington State to assist students and their parents with filling out the FAFSA form. Check out the website as they update new locations and more information.
Connect - College and Career Planning network.
Naviance (through 1/1/13) - All Juniors and Seniors can access this PTSA-funded program to track their college application porcess and help them find scholarships and other related information. Contact your Counselor or the Career Center to apply and receive your access code.
NELA - Is a free college preparation service that gives workshops and will also set up private conferences. Located on Queen Anne near Denny, contact them for in-depth information on planning the college application process or call 206-461-5366.
CAN - College Access Now, a Seattle-based program with a group at GHS, which serves promising, low-income young people by helping them prepare for and earn admission to college. Partially funded by PTSA.
DLD - Digital Learning Department is a collection of online resources including library databases, test preparation, mentoring, teaching resources, career and college exploration and online courses. Funded by Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Homework Center - After school tutoring in the Library computer lab, M-Th from 2:30-4:00; Math Help after school.
MAST - Mandatory After School Tutoring Contact: Martha Layzer, Volunteer Coordinator,
Read 180 - This program supports readers entering high school with a 6th - 9th grade reading level.
Read Right - This national program shows exceptional results with students typically becoming more fluent readers with better understanding. In October 2011, the program was listed as 1 of 3 research-backed interventions that work in secondary schools by the National Center for Response to Intervention (NCRTI).
Sylvan Private Tutoring for GHS
Scholars - A choice program for incoming 9th graders with classes in a cohort and ongoing activities in upper grades. Supported by Garfield staff and parents, Garfield PTSA and Americorp volunteers.
Tutoring After School - Overview of all programs offering support in afternoons
ACT Dates & Information
AP Test Dates & Information
College Board AP & SAT Data: State - District - Garfield
Garfield Testing Dates EOC/HSPE/MAP/PSAT
MAP Test (Annual assessment program given by district to grades K-9)
SAT Test Dates & Information
Click on the subheading links above for information about the various district and national testing programs.
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