High School Fees
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MCCPTA High School Committee Reports / Workplan
Our MCCPTA High School PTSA President's Fall Forum was held on October 27, 2007. Many PTSA presidents attended this forum and there was a helpful exchange of ideas and best practices on various issues of concern. Over the course of the year, I hope that PTSA President's will use our yahoo group to ask questions and voice concerns as well as find out from other president's what their experiences and best practices have been in dealing with similar issues. Attached you will find electronic copies of handouts given at the forum.
- Memo (dated June 20, 2008) from MCPS to High School Principals on Commencement Locations for June 2009,
Administration of PSAT to Grade 11 Students
Student Service Learning
2008 High School Graduation Schedule
Ineligibility reflects students ineligible during each marking period based on marks earned during the previous marking period. » Click here for ineligibility data
MSDE Website for HSAs
This site is a comprehensive collection of information and resources related to the High School Assessments, or HSAs. Click here to go to website.
High School Plus
A New Way for High School Students to Recover Credit.
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COLLEGE BOARD STANDARDS FOR COLLEGE SUCCESS™
The College Board has published content standards for middle school and high school English Language Arts and Mathematics and Statistics. The College Board Standards for College Success define a developmental progression of rigorous learning objectives for six courses in middle school and high school that will lead all students to being prepared for AP or college-level work. The College Board has published these standards freely to provide a national model of rigorous academic content standards that states, districts, and schools may use to vertically align curriculum, instruction, assessment, and professional development to AP® and college readiness.
STATUS OF OUT-OF-SCHOOL TIME IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MARYLAND
MCCPTA Student Service Learning (SSL) Subcommittee
Debra Lang , Chair, email Debra
One of the primary goals of MCCPTA's SSL Sub-Committee is to help make information on SSL more accessible to students and parents. As a first step, PTSAs will be encouraged to designate SSL liaisons, parents who will partner with their school based SSL coordinator to increase the amount of SSL related information (on the requirement, opportunities to fulfill it, including which programs, for example the National Honor Society, have an SSL requirement, and documentation procedures) going out to their school communities via PTSA meetings and newsletters, school listservs and websites, etc. The SSL liaisons can serve as a resource to both the school coordinator and to students and parents, helping to create school-wide SSL activities, publicize specific SSL accomplishments, and highlight recognition opportunities. The MCPS website has a wealth of information:
MCCPTA High School SSL Sub-Committee Reports / Workplan