Request for Placement in Marston's Advanced Courses for 2019-2020 (INCOMING STUDENTS ONLY)
Future Marston Parents, please complete this form to inform the Marston Counseling Department of your interest in Accelerated Math and Honors English. Placement in these advanced courses are contingent on meeting the qualification criteria (SBAC test scores, grades in previous courses and the district's math placement test). If your child attends a school in San Diego Unified School District, Marston Administration will collect and confirm all placement criteria and there is no need for parents to submit any data to Marston. If your child attends a school outside of the district, please provide grades and state test scores at the time of enrollment. For more information on Marston's advanced courses, read the "Honors English" and "Accelerated Math" pages on the Marston website located under the "Academics" tab. Parents with multiple children at Marston will need to submit a separate form for each child. Families who do not complete this form will be placed in the course that administration feels is most appropriate. Please contact Head Counselor, Ms. Moravec, with any questions at
What is the LAST NAME of your child? (Note: please use official, legal name)
What is the FIRST NAME of your child? (Note: please use official, legal name)
What school is your child CURRENTLY attending?
In the 2019-2020 school year, my child will be in:
Which English Course do you prefer for your child for the 2019-2020 school year?
College Prep (Grade-level Common Core Standards; prepares students for high school and college)
Honors (Same as College Prep but students will read texts that are more complex, read more texts (quantity) and do more work that is above grade level).
Which Math Course do you prefer for your child in the 2019-2020 school year? Please note that there is no need to "speed through" math courses in middle school. Students at Clairemont H.S., as well as some other high schools, can take two math classes in a single academic year. It's important in middle school to choose the course that best matches the unique learning profile of the student.
Accelerated (Content moves 50% faster than standard math course. Students in this pathway will take a high school level course, Integrated Math 1, in 8th grade that is recorded on to the high school transcript.)
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