A student must meet the following minimum requirements:
Parent must complete Online Learner Readiness Rubric and return with Application Online Readiness Rubric Link
Reading level (925 lexile) (level S - textbook on 4th grade report card in Spring 2017)
NWEA Spring 2017 Math Score will need to be within the top 10% of Ann Arbor Public School 4th grade students . (For reference: the top 10% students in 4th graders for Math during Winter 2017 had a NWEA score of 231 or better. We found that students who fall outside the top 10% are not as successful. This score is a strong indicator.) A review is also made of the student’s NWEA in 2nd and 3rd grade to see the pattern of scoring holds true. Remember the spring 2017 NWEA score is required and all students who apply must take this test. AA Open students need to contact the principal to make arrangements.
M-Step scores in math need to be high.
Student report card should have a mark of "S" in all grade 4 Math, at least no marks of “D” after the first marking period.
Social maturity and ability to work independently are critical. The Learning/Social Behavior Section of the report card is reviewed. Students should have a mark of "S" in all areas.
Current 4th grade teacher will be asked to complete a confidential developmental readiness survey.
Student will need to complete a self-reporting developmental readiness survey.
Evidence or discussion of other extended math activities that the student participated in either at school or outside of the school day. (examples may include Kumon, Kanagroo Math, Academic Games, etc.) The intent of this requirement is to ensure that students have an interest in math beyond only what is given in class. The committee is not looking for anything specific.