Elementary Grade Skipping
A student in Grade 1-5 may be accelerated one grade level if he or she meets all of the following requirements:
- Elementary students (grades 1 – 5), will take a total of four tests to advance one grade level. It is suggested not to take more than two exams a day.
- The student scores 80% or above on each of the criterion-referenced tests in language arts, science, and social studies for the grade level he or she wishes to advance. 90% is considered passing for mathematics.
- A school district representative recommends acceleration of the student.
- A parent/guardian approves acceleration of the student.
For details about the Grade Skipping Exam, including how to register,
visit Credit by Examination.