Curriculum

The curriculum office helps increase student achievement and ensure that Bellingham students leave the district with the knowledge and skills that they will need to live and work in an increasingly complex world.

Course Waivers and Equivalencies

Middle School Math Q&A

Reporting Student Progress

 

Graduation

For graduation requirements please view the Course Planning Guide below. The Course Planning Guide is designed to help middle and high school students think about and discuss their future goals with their families prior to course registration. Registration for next school year takes place in February and March.

Course Planning Guide   (PDF)

Course Planning Guide – Spanish   (PDF)

Financial Aid and Funding Post-Secondary Education

Credit Requirements

Assessments

Research and Assessment coordinates student academic assessment and evaluation efforts in the district. This office supports the administration of district and state assessments and assists in the use of this data in the educational decision-making process.

Click here for more information about Research and Assessment.

 

Report Cards

Report cards for elementary and middle school students come home with your child in February and July.  The intention is that the report card, along with other communication throughout the year, gives you information about how your child is progressing toward meeting the state standards, which specify what we want all students to know and be able to do at the end of each grade level.

Reporting Student Progress

Standards Based Reporting

Frequently Asked Questions