Two days until Highly Capable Cohort ‘pathway’ meeting @ Madison Middle School

For years, West Seattle families whose children qualify for the district’s top-level advanced-learning program, APP, had to send them off-peninsula to be part of that program, as it was only delivered at non-West Seattle schools. Then last year, Fairmount Park Elementary opened, and included what the district now calls the Highly Capable Cohort. Next year, Madison Middle School will serve HCC students, expanding this into a local “pathway,” and this Thursday night is a chance for local families to learn more about it. In case you haven’t already heard about it via school or via our calendar:

Thursday, February 25th, 7-8:30 pm

Next year Madison Middle School will become an HCC (Highly Capable Cohort formerly known as APP) pathway option school, an exciting next step in West Seattle’s advanced learning options that began with the opening of Fairmount Park Elementary last year.

This event provides an opportunity to learn more about the new middle school pathway in West Seattle and the preparations underway for its successful launch in the fall. Topics include course offerings, class structure, and the options following middle school, along with any questions you may have. Speakers will include representatives from the Advanced Learning Office, Madison administration and faculty, and both West Seattle High School and Chief Sealth International High School.

Madison is at 3429 45th SW.

1 Reply to "Two days until Highly Capable Cohort 'pathway' meeting @ Madison Middle School"

  • Nw mama February 23, 2016 (8:40 pm)

    I’m so relieved this is happening at Madison.  Wasn’t looking forward to driving my kid off penninsula. This is great for the school and community!

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