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So who will be in PbL in the 2016-17 school year?

Ninth grade (Class of 2020) and tenth grade (Class of 2019) students will be taught and scored in a proficiency-based learning system in the 2016-17 school year. However, to ensure that students who are on track to take more advanced courses that are part of a 4-year progression (such as world language, music, art, etc.) some ninth and tenth grade students may be placed in a class with juniors (Class of 2018) and seniors (Class of 2017). Classes that contain juniors and seniors will be assessed in the traditional 100 scale grading system. At the end of the school year, there will be a conversion of the 100 scale year-end grades to a 4 pt scale.

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