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High School Advancement Testing Information - 2016

SRVUSD recognizes that some students are interested in advancing in the areas of math, science, world language, or college preparatory electives. SRVUSD will post the process and procedures for 2016 by February 12, 2016.  In general, 8th grade students can begin taking courses in the spring of their 8th grade year.  Sixth and Seventh grade students cannot advance via the summer advancement program. If you have questions, please contact the counselor at your student's school.

Click here for a partial list of WASC accredited schools and the appropriate courses that students can use to advance in Math. Please note: SRVUSD does not guarantee these courses adhere to the common core curriculum or that students will pass the advancement exam.  Check with each institution to verify common core alignment.