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California State Seal of Biliteracy for Seniors

 
Students that do not meet the criteria at this time because they do not have AP test scores until the summer, simply contact one of the coordinators.  REMEMBER: You can qualify earlier by passing the AP Spanish class with a B or better simply apply once the semester grades are posted or you can request a teacher recommendation from your Instructor, Mr Schmidt.
School Coordinators:
 
 
 

To Apply Click HERE

 

 

 

The California State Seal of Biliteracy Criteria established in legislation certifies attainment of a high level of proficiency in two or more languages.  If you are applying for a language that is not part of the AP test, American Sign Language, or a language that does not have a written system such as Mixteco, you can still qualify. Please contact your school coordinator to review your criteria equivalency. 

 

The English criteria includes:

 

  • Completion of all English language arts requirements for graduation with an overall grade point average of 2.0 or above. (If you received a "credit or no credit" for one of your classes please contact your school coordinator) 
  • Passing the California Standards test in English language arts administered in grade 11 at the proficient level of 3 or better. (This requirement will be waived due to the school closure last Spring)
  • For English learners not reclassified, attain the overall early advanced level on the ELPAC.
 

The criteria for proficiency in a language other than English is one of the following:

 

  • Passing a World Language Advanced Placement examination with a score of 3 or higher.
  • Passing an International Baccalaureate examination with a score of 4 or higher.
  • Successful completion of a four-year high school course of study in a world language and attaining an overall grade point average of 3.0 or above. (Passing AP Spanish or equivalent with a grade of B or better)
  • Passing a school district approved language exam that, at a minimum, assesses speaking, reading and writing passing at a proficient level or higher.
  • Passing the SAT II world language examination with a score of 600 or higher.
 
 
 
 
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