for increasing the number of students enrolled in
Advanced Placement® English, Math, and Science programs.
The odds on this look like WSHS won the lottery. Check this out:
21 states were invited to submit full proposals
15 finalists received site visits
7 Grantee States: Arkansas, Alabama, Connecticut, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Virginia, and Washington
In WASHINGTON 31 Schools were asked to submit a proposal
14 received site visits
7 were selected
CONGRATULATIONS, West Seattle!!!!
The National Math and Science Initiative and Mentoring Advanced Programs for Students: Partnering for Academic Excellence
Increase number of students enrolled in Advanced Placement® English, Math, and Science programs.
Increase number of students earning qualifying scores (>2) on the College Board’s National Examinations in AP® English, Math, and Science
Mentoring Advanced Programs for Students
• Washington State Non-Profit 2005
• Initial Mentoring Program in Clark County
• NMSI Grant September 2007