SEAL OF BILITERACY PROGRAM

    • To qualify for the Seal of Biliteracy, seniors must:

      • Earn a minimum score of “meets expectations” on the reading component of the PSAE test, OR
      • Earn a minimum overall score of 5.0 with minimum subtest scores in reading and writing of 4.2 on the ACCESS for ELLs exam, AND
      • Have earned a 4 or 5 in the Advanced Placement language exam they took as a junior or senior OR
      • Earn a minimum score of I-5 on the STAMP exam. The following languages can be assessed with the STAMP exam: French, German, and Spanish.

      To qualify for the Commendation Toward Biliteracy, seniors must:

      • Earn a minimum score of “meets expectations” on the reading component of the PSAE test, OR
      • Earn a minimum overall score of 5.0 with minimum subtest scores in reading and writing of 4.2 on the ACCESS for ELLs exam, AND
      • Earn a score of 3 on the Advanced Placement language exam they took as a junior, OR
      • Earn a minimum score of I-1, I-2, I-3 or I-4 on the STAMP exam. The following languages can be assessed with the STAMP exam: French, German, and Spanish.

      Coordinator for State Seal of Biliteracy:

      Kurt Rohlwing, Director of Social Studies and World Languages
      kurt.rohlwing@d300.org