7th Grade Course Selection
Incoming 7th Grade Forms to Complete:
MANDATORY: Course Selection Form, Priority Deadline, March 11, 2022
OPTIONAL: Compacted Math 7 Form, for students who want to enroll in accelerated math, Priority Deadline, March 11, 2022
OPTIONAL: ASB Application, for students who want to enroll in ASB, Deadline: April 5,2022
Registration: The registration process is a separate process from Course Selection and Orientation. Registration and proof of residency typically takes place in the Spring after the Course Selection process. Please check the following website for updates about registration: http://elm.sweetwaterschools.org/registration/.
Future Triton Parent Night Flyer: Click Here
Incoming 7th Grade Parent Presentation: Click Here
Elective Course Descriptions: Click Here
We are Eastlake PEP Video: Click Here
College Prep Math Sequence: See Below/ Scroll Down
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ELM Band Video: Click Here
ELM Orchestra Video: Click Here
SUHSD Math Pathways
Path 1: The traditional math sequence for incoming 7th grade is to begin with Integrated Math 7. This grade level math sequence allows students to earn 4 years of A-G college prep math (3 years of A-G math is the minimum requirement).
The SUHSD offers several opportunities for students to accelerate in math in order to reach higher levels of math such as Calculus.
Path 2: In 7th grade, we offer Compacted Integrated Math 7, as an accelerated math pathway. Students who opt into Compacted math will take 3 years of math compacted into 2 years. In other words, students will take Integrated Math 7, Integrated Math 8, and Integrated Math I (first year of high school math and A-G math) during their 7th and 8th grade school year. This is a fast-paced math class and requires students to have confidence in math and a solid math foundation.
Path 3: In High School, students will have another opportunity to take Compacted Math. The high school course combines Integrated Math III with Pre-Calculus. This is a highly accelerated course because it combines 2 years of math into 1 year.
Summer School: If you would like your child to be considered for summer school math acceleration, please inform your counselor. Keep in mind that summer school acceleration is not guaranteed and is based on funding and staffing. In addition, summer school math compacts a year of math into a 3 week summer program.
*Beginning with Integrated Math I, students will earn high school and A-G credits. Students must earn a "C" or better in all A-G courses to meet the A-G college admissions requirements. A-G courses taken in middle school will transfer to the student's high school transcripts. If your student is earning below a "C" in an A-G course in middle school, please consult with your child's teacher and counselor.