College and Career Readiness Demonstrations
As part of the new graduation requirements that apply to the classes of 2021 and beyond, students are required to complete demonstrations of college and career readiness in English and Math. Students can demonstrate readiness by achieving scores above a given threshold on various standardized tests.
Additionally, students can also demonstrate readiness by passing a Concurrent Enrollment course or scoring above a given threshold on the tests for Advanced Placement courses. Earning an Industry Certificate also qualifies as demonstrating readiness for both English and Math.
Industry Certificate and Concurrent Enrollment and Advanced Placement course options are outlined in the Readiness Demonstrations Options document.
Pre-K -12th: College and Career Preparation
27J Schools also believes that each level of the educational system has an equal responsibility in ensuring our students are prepared for college and career. All students need access to high-quality, challenging learning experiences from pre-school and throughout elementary, middle school, and high school. Essentially, we consider college and career readiness ‘a P-12 thing’!