- Advanced Placement (AP) Courses
- AP Course Offerings, 2023-24
- AP Exam Instructions
- Career and Connected Learning (CCL)
- Career and Technical Education (CTE)
- College in the High School (CIHS or CHS) with University of Washington
- Honors Courses
- Dual Credit Courses
- High School and Beyond Plan
- Running Start
- Seattle Skills Center
- Seattle Tech Prep
Roosevelt Academics Overview
Advanced Placement (AP) Courses
Students in AP courses might earn college credit and/or advanced placement in college if they perform well on AP exams given in May and if their college of choice accepts the AP exam for credit. College credit is not guaranteed but rather is determined by each individual college upon the student’s enrollment in that college.
All students may request all AP classes if they have met the prerequisites. RHS offers financial aid for exam fees. If you have been approved for free and reduced lunch and plan to register for an AP Exam, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for financial support.
AP courses at Roosevelt High School prepare students for these exams, students must pay a fee for AP exams. Students should see the Roosevelt High School Academic Intervention Specialist/Testing Coordinator if they need fee assistance. AP offerings may vary from year to year depending on student interest and staffing. Prerequisites for AP courses are outlined in the course descriptions in the Course Descriptions book on the Course Registration page. See: Advanced Placement (AP) Courses
AP Course Offerings, 2023-24
Last updated 1/23/2023 by Dana Miller, Registrar
- AP Art & Design
- AP Biology
- AP Calculus AB
- AP Calculus BC
- AP Comparative Government and Politics
- AP Computer Science A
- AP Computer Science Principles
- AP English Language and Composition
- AP Environmental Science
- AP French Language and Culture
- AP Physics C: Mechanics*
- AP Psychology (can also count for UW credit)
- AP Spanish Language and Culture
- AP Statistics
- AP U.S. Government and Politics
- AP U.S. History
AP Exam Instructions
AP Exam Registration November 2023, was the Seattle Schools Deadline for AP Exam registration. No late registrations accepted and there will be fees for withdrawing from testing after this date. In addition to paying through SchoolPay, you must register on the AP College Board website by the November 4th deadline.
If you do not REGISTER AND PAY the complete exam fee by the November 4th deadline, you will not be able to test at Roosevelt High School. Exams will be canceled if no payment or payment plan in place by November 4th.
If you cancel your registration after the November 4th Deadline, you will be responsible for the $67 cancellation fee that will be deducted from your refund. If you have any questions please contact Drea Jermann and Rachel Langness via email at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
If you have been approved for free and reduced lunch and plan to register for an AP Exam, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
(2) Visit the College Board, login, and register for your AP exams
For more information, contact Assistant Principal Rachel Langness, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact Assistant Principal Rachel Langness, email@example.com
Exams will occur in May 2024, see the College Board AP Exam Dates for the schedule by subject area.
Students who pre-registered in November for AP Exams or who are not sure they registered can confirm their exams by signing into the AP College Board website to confirm their AP Exam registration status.
Students cannot arrive late. Students arriving after the start of the exam will forfeit their exam. No refunds or make-up exams will be offered.
Morning exams: arrive at 7:15 am
Afternoon exams: eat 3rd period lunch, arrive at 11:30 am
Students cannot be dismissed early. Morning exams should end between 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm and students are expected to attend their afternoon classes. Afternoon exams should end between 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm and students are expected to attend their morning classes. The music and language exams will run longer due to the recording piece so plan accordingly.
RHS could use volunteer proctors, see: PTSA Volunteer Information
- Most exams will take place in the gymnasium, exceptions for accommodated/digital tests will be communicated to affected students
- Students taking morning exams must report to their exam location by 7:15 am. Morning exams begin promptly at 8 am. No exceptions.
- Students taking afternoon exams must eat lunch during 3rd period and report to their exam location by 11:30 am. Afternoon exams begin promptly at 12 pm. No exceptions.
- Students will automatically be excused for the 4-hour window of their actual test. Parents do NOT need to call in absences for AP testing.
- Afternoon tests may require students to miss afternoon athletics and activities. There are no make-up exams for sporting events.
- For review materials and last-minute tips, visit: Get the Most Out of AP
- For free practice exams, visit: Seattle Public Library – Online Resources – Tutor.com
- There are no refunds at this point, cancellations without refund can be done the day of the test or before.
- Student ID or government issued ID
- Two #2 pencils with erasers
- A black or dark blue pen
- A scientific or graphing calculator
- Water and a snack
- A sweatshirt or coat
Do Not Bring:
- Back pack
- Cell phone – you will be dismissed from testing and scores will be canceled if your cell phone is seen or heard.
Career and Connected Learning (CCL)
Career Connected Learning (CCL) is a career awareness program for rising Seattle students to explore careers, meet a variety of industry professionals, and build an initial career and education plan. Students can become involved through service-learning projects, work experience, and internships. See: RHS Course Catalog and Seattle Public Schools CCL
Career and Technical Education (CTE)
Career and Technical Education (CTE) is a planned program of courses and learning experiences that begins with exploration of career options, supports academic and life skills, and enables achievement of high academic standards, leadership, and preparation for career and college. See: RHS Course Catalog and Seattle Public Schools CTE
College in the High School (CIHS or CHS) with University of Washington
The University of Washington College in the High School program allows Roosevelt High School students the opportunity to earn University of Washington credit for UW courses taken at RHS. Roosevelt High teachers use UW curriculum, activities, texts, tests, and grading scales. For a reduced tuition fee, students who meet the grading criteria may purchase college credit. Scholarships made possible by the Roosevelt Foundation. Note: some courses, for example, AP Psychology, qualify for both Advanced Placement and UW in the High School.
CIHS Offerings, 2023-24
Last updated by registrar Dana Miller, 1/23/23
Comparative Lit 240: Film as Lit (College in the High School). UW credit for Comparative Literature 240
Comparative Lit 240: Margins and Centers (College in the High School). Taught and overseen by the University of Washington
CSE 142 AP Computer Science A1/A2: taught in conjunction with CSE 142 (CIHS – College in the High School/UWHS University of Washington in the High School)
French 103 French 3 A/B (CIHS): aligned with the University of Washington’s French 103 course
French 201 French 4 A/B: available as a dual enrollment CIHS course with UW.
Psychology 101 AP Psychology 1/2: taught in conjunction with Psychology 101 as part of CIHS)
Instructors of participating RHS courses will provide the Course Registration Number, see Schoology for details.
Last updated by registrar Dana Miller, 1/23/23
Intro Lit Comp 9
World Lit Comp 10
World History 1,2
Ethnic Studies World History 3
Ethnic Studies US History 11
Dual Credit Courses
Dual Credit programs allow students to take college-level courses while still in high school. Students may become eligible for college credit based on scores obtained in the year-end examinations and through taking college-level classes either at their high school or at colleges and universities. Dual credit programs at Roosevelt include: Advanced Placement, College in the High School, Tech Prep and Running Start.
High School and Beyond Plan
The High School and Beyond Plan, a graduation requirement, helps students get the most out of high school and think about their future. Students work with school counselors and advisors to create their own individual plan, the “personalized pathway,” throughout high school and revise their plan annually to accommodate changing interests or postsecondary goals on what they expect to do the year following graduation from high school.
The postsecondary aspirations may include pathways for application to four-year colleges or universities, two-year community or technical colleges, apprenticeship programs, industry standard certificate programs, military training, or on-the-job training.
Naviance is a comprehensive college, career and life readiness solution that helps districts and schools align student strengths and interests to postsecondary goals, improving student outcomes and connecting learning to life. Please follow the information listed below to help you complete your High School & Beyond Plan. Read more about SPS Naviance: An Online College and Career Planning Tool Overview
Requirements: There are three main tasks Seniors must complete in order to have MET the High School & Beyond graduation requirements.
- Complete an Interest Inventory
- Most Seniors have this completed
- Complete either “Do What You Are” or “Strengths Explorer”
- Instructions on how to complete the Interest Inventory. Strengths Explorer
- Create OR upload a Resume
- Most Seniors still need to complete this step
- Create a Resume in Naviance using their template or upload your own using directions on the Counseling Schoology page.
- Instructions on how to create and build a resume in Naviance. Resume Building: Create a Resume
- Instructions on how to upload an existing resume. Upload Existing Resume
- Complete a SPS Graduation Survey
- All Seniors will take this survey
- This survey will be available in May-June
After completing all three steps, RHS Counselors will change senior transcripts to MET for the HS & Beyond Plan. Let your RHS Counselors know if you have any questions at all!
Access Naviance Instructions on how to access Naviance when students are not at school. When you are on your Naviance screen select the My Planner drop down tab and Tasks to view the “Tasks Assigned to Me” section. How Students Access Naviance When Not at School
Running Start is a program for High School Juniors and Seniors to take college classes at Washington two-year colleges and earn high school and college credit at the same time.
Tuition is free for a maximum of 15 credits per quarter in college-level courses numbered 100 or higher. However, the number of college credits each student may take free of tuition costs depends on how many classes the student is concurrently taking at the high school.
Students are responsible for tuition for pre-college courses (numbering below 100) and any credits that exceed their allowable limit. Students are responsible for the cost of books and transportation; however, fee waivers for these expenses (not including transportation) are available for students who qualify for free or reduced lunch. Read more about Running Start at Roosevelt.
Seattle Skills Center
Learn advanced, hands-on, practical career skills and have the opportunity to earn industry certification, dual college credit, or participate in an internship or pre-apprenticeship while still attending high school?
Seattle School District high school students can enroll in one half day Seattle Skills Center course for up to 3 high school credits per year, while still attending your regular school the other half of the school day. You can still participate in sports, activities, and stay connected with friends. Each class requires 3 periods per day (periods 1- 3 for AM classes, and periods 4-6 for PM classes).
Talk with your school counselor to make sure it will work with your schedule. Regardless of which high school you attend, you can take any Skills Center class. See the webpage for full course descriptions and the application. Students get a taxi, van, or school bus to and from their Skills Center class, so no worries about long commutes on the Metro or Light Rail. See: Seattle Skills Center
Seattle Tech Prep
A Tech Prep course contains a signed articulation agreement between Seattle Public Schools (Career and Technical Education) and at least one community/technical college. A student earning a Tech Prep Completer has completed 360 hours in any single CTE program area. The student must have passing grades in all courses within the program area for the courses to be counted for completed status. Tech Prep is the ‘AP’ of CTE. This program enables high school students to complete college-level courses while still in high school.
To learn more about Tech Prep, talk with your high school counselor and explore Career and Technical Education or Seattle Community Colleges Tech Prep. See: Career and College Readiness