Nominations for our fall identification window have now closed. In early 2022, information will be shared about our identification process for the 2022-23 school year for grades 1-7.
Notification to Families about Testing
In early 2022, a letter will be sent home via School Messenger of all 1st-7th-grade students notifying families of the Highly Capable Program and the process for testing and identification.
Families of middle school students will be informed of Earned Honors opportunities in their own school. Students in middle school will be eligible for these services without being identified. Please watch this video for more information.
Nominations and Referrals
In fall, 2021, all students in kindergarten, 1st, 2nd and 3rd grades in Highline are screened to receive highly capable services. We think this is critical in the early years because brain development is so rapid and variable at young ages, and intelligence does not always present itself in a traditional way, for students with a variety of backgrounds and exposure to early learning experiences. Students in any grades 2-5 may be nominated for testing by their parent/guardian, teacher, principal, another staff member, other students or a community member. If a student is referred to the program and their grades/test scores are generally proficient, they will be offered testing. For student nominations, you may call the Teaching and Learning Office at 206-631-3101 or submit your nomination online.
Processes for identification for 2022-23 will be communicated in early 2022.