Seal of Biliteracy
Seal of Biliteracy & World Language Credits
Any student in grades 9-12 who has obtained language skills outside the classroom can earn high school credit in any language by taking an assessment.
Students who are taking a class cannot receive additional credits by taking the competency-based test. The grade earned in the class takes precedence over the competency-based testing score. Seniors in the fourth year or beyond in a language may take these tests to show eligibility for the Seal of Biliteracy.
- How can a student best prepare for the STAMP test?
- Which immersion students should take the STAMP for competency-based credits?
- Is it a problem on the high school transcript to have competency-based credits and a “P” grade?
- If students demonstrate proficiency higher than Intermediate Mid, can they earn more credits?
- What if an immersion student does not earn even one credit through competency-based credits?
- Can an immersion student retake the STAMP later?