Junior High Challenge Program
The Board of Directors has adopted four goals to guide the district’s ongoing improvement efforts. The Junior High Challenge Program has been developed in response to Goal 1: Student Achievement and Success at Grades Pre-Kindergarten – 12 and Beyond.
The specific performance measures focusing district efforts to provide a more rigorous curriculum for all students are as follows:
1.6 – Increase the percentage of students successfully completing algebra by the end of the 8th grade.The sequence of accelerated junior high course alignment and student registration information for English, math and social studies is outlined below.
1.9 – Increase the percentage of students completing two or more Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), College in the High School and/or Tech Prep courses.
1.10 – Increase the percentage of students taking higher level math courses beyond Algebra 2 (Core 3).
1.12 – Increase the percentage of students scoring college ready on entrance and placement assessments.
1.13 – Increase the percentage of students meeting the Higher Education Coordinating Board (HECB) 4-year college entrance requirements.For more information, please contact the counseling office at the junior high school. The main phone number for each of the junior high schools is provided below:
Canyon Park Junior High School - 425.408.6300 Northshore Junior High School - 425.408.6700 Kenmore Junior High School - 425.408.6400 Skyview Junior High School - 425.408.6800 Leota Junior High School - 425.408.6500 Timbercrest Junior High School - 425.408.6900