World Language Competency Test
NOTE: Online registration for the World Language Competency test is closed. The district will offer the World Language Competency Test on April 29 to eligible students in grades 10-12 who submitted online registrations. Due to the number of registrants far exceeding expectations, the test date for students in grades 6-9 is being delayed. Students in grades 6-9 who submitted online registrations will be offered a test date in fall of 2017.Can you read, write, speak & listen in a language other than English?In the Northshore School District you can now earn high school credit in a World Language by successfully passing a World Language Competency test and demonstrating your proficiency in reading, writing, speaking and listening. You may also earn a Seal of Biliteracy on your high school diploma for demonstrating a high level of proficiency.Take the World Language Competency test!Saturday, April 29, 2017Inglemoor High School Cafeteria*8:30 a.m. Check-in9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Testing*If you do not have transportation, please contact test coordinator Rebecca Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org before March 31. Please note that there is no cost to Northshore families for the test, but families could be charged if they do not keep their appointments. Upon receiving your registration form, the district will schedule and pay for testing. If you are unable to make your testing appointment you must contact the testing coordinator, Rebecca Lewis, at email@example.com at least 48 hours prior to your appointment, or you may be charged for the cost of the test.Getting started. . .Please click on one of the headings below for more information.Find online registration forms in several languages in the links above or below.
Watch this video on the Washington State World Language Credit Program and the Seal of Biliteracy to get inspired!