Advanced Placement


About Us The Advanced Placement® Program (AP) provides opportunities for willing and academically prepared students to pursue college-level coursework while still in high school. AP courses are developed by the College Board’s AP Program. Corresponding exams at the end of the year allow students to earn college credit or advanced placement at colleges

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WV Sustainable Schools


Awards and Criteria Application Process The West Virginia Sustainable Schools (WVSS) award program is a recognition program for schools that exemplify a commitment to sustainable practices in the facilities as well as integrate those practices into the curriculum and community.  The program recognizes schools where

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Student Success


Elementary Level Programming Middle Level Programming Secondary Level Programming Body Safety and Sexual Abuse Prevention Toolkit About The development of the West Virginia College and Career Readiness Dispositions and Standards for Student Success (WVCCRDSSS) provides an integrated approach to the holistic development of all

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PAEMST – Science


Margaret Howells Receives the 2016 Presidential Award for Excellence in Science Teaching Margaret Howells On June 25, 2018, the White House announced the most recent recipients of the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST). This year's teachers represent K-6th grade educators

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Arts Alive


Mission Statement Arts Alive is the West Virginia Department of Education's annual event to showcase outstanding arts education programs and student achievements in public schools. The work included in Arts Alive is selected from state arts conferences, festivals and exhibits throughout West Virginia; a competitive submission process; and/or by invitation. Arts Alive is in its eleventh

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Visual Art


WEST VIRGINIA COLLEGE- AND CAREER-READINESS STANDARDS FOR THE ARTS - Visual Art Education The study of visual art provides students with the skills to appreciate and create and visual art.  In visual art, students explore the world of art through subject matter that centers on the student’s own environment, allowing them to express feelings

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WEST VIRGINIA COLLEGE- AND CAREER-READINESS STANDARDS FOR THE ARTS - Theatre Education The study of theatre provides students with the skills to perform, create, and appreciate theatre. In theatre, students study, adapt, and create stories for performance; identify contemporary styles of theatre/drama and depict characters in them; identify elements of technical theatre; and demonstrate