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    Highly Capable Pathways and Services in Neighborhood School Sites

    The Student Assignment Transition Plan for 2020-21 was approved by the School Board on Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2019 (Amended January 22, 2020). Related materials are available on the meeting agenda page.

    2020-21 Highly Capable Pathway Schools

    The Highly Capable Pathway School known also as the Highly Capable Cohort (HCC) offers a model of advanced instruction in both reading/ELA and Mathematics and is most beneficial for students who are currently performing significantly above standard in both academic areas.  Advancement of two years in mathematics and up to two years in reading/ELA for some students is a researched-based model and can be very effective for students who benefit from significant advanced instruction and content.

    • Cascadia, Grades 1-5
    • Decatur, Grades 1-5
    • T. Marshall Elementary, Grades 1-5
    • Fairmount Park Elementary, Grades 1-5 (Option School site)
    • Jane Addams Middle School, Grades 6-8
    • Hamilton International Middle School, Grades 6-8
    • Madison Middle School, Grades 6-8 (6th grade Pathway, 7th & 8th grade Option School site as of 2017-18)
    • Robert Eagle Staff Middle School, Grades 6-8
    • Washington Middle School, Grades 6-8
    • HCC AP pathway at Garfield, Lincoln, & West Seattle HS (AP courses open to all students), Grades 9-12
    • Accelerated IB Program (IBX) at Ingraham, Grades 9-12

    2020-21 Neighborhood Schools (Grades 1-5)

    Integrated Advanced Learning services/opportunities are now offered in every elementary school in Seattle Schools.  Information on the school plan for advanced instruction may be found in the  School Continuous School Improvement Plan (CSIP).

    Advanced Learning Instruction for grades 6-8 is offered at all SPS middle schools, using a variety of models as indicated in the school's CSIP.