World Language Proficiency Testing
Registration Open to Test for World Language Proficiency
Posted on 03/03/2020
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If you are a student in grades 7 through 12 in Central Kitsap School District, you can earn high school credit in a world language by successfully passing district-approved assessments and demonstrating your language proficiency in listening, speaking, reading, and writing in the language. Assessments are available for many different world languages, and every effort will be made to provide assessments in any language requested.

Testing & Registration Information

Registration: Now — April 8, 2020 via our Google Form

Testing date: Saturday, April 18, 2020

Testing day schedule: 8:40am, Arrive and sign in;
9: 00 am, Test begins

Testing Location: Central Kitsap School District Teaching Learning Center,1400 NE McWilliams Road, Bremerton, WA 98311

FAQs

Are you ready to take this test?

Students should reflect on whether or not they are ready to sit for the test.  They should review the "I can..." statements on the student FAQ documents as well as visit www.actfl.org to self assess if they have the level of proficiency needed to complete the test.

What is the benefit of taking this test?

Students may:
  • earn proficiency-based high school credits
  • meet the world language credit requirement for graduation
  • qualify for the Seal of Biliteracy on their diploma 

How many credits can you earn by demonstrating proficiency?

Students will be able to earn up to four credits, depending upon the level of proficiency they demonstrate on the assessments in reading, writing, listening, and/or speaking. Since credits will be awarded based on the lowest level of proficiency demonstrated across the skill areas, it is important that students have strong skills in all four areas.

More Questions?

See your school counselor or contact Student Services at 360-662-1677.