PWCS Specialty Programs

 

Dear 5th grade Students and Parents,

Three types of optional specialty programs are available for rising Middle School students: Math/Science at Marstellar, World Language at Parkside and International Baccalaureate at Stonewall Middle. There is also a traditional school for grades 1-8 at Pennington School. All of the programs require an application. THESE ARE OPTIONAL PROGRAMS. If accepted, the student would attend the program at the school where the program is provided. For example, if a student resides in the boundary for Gainesville Middle School but applies and is accepted to the Math and Science Specialty Program at Marstellar, the student would attend Marstellar. Please check the PWCS website for more information regarding each of the specialty programs. 

Applications must be completed online and are available on the PWCS website under academics and programs/specialty programs in November.   Contact information for each of the schools we are zoned for is listed below.  

 

Kind regards,

Mrs. Leischner, School Counselor
leischma@pwcs.edu 


OPTIONAL SPECIALTY PROGRAM OPPORTUNITIES FOR BRISTOW RUN STUDENTS

 

Stonewall Middle School, International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme

The Middle Years Programme offers a challenging, comprehensive, academic program for middle school students in grades 6,7, and 8. The program connects the subject areas of language arts, humanities, mathematics, science, world language, technology, arts and physical education through five Areas of Interaction. The program continues in ninth and tenth grade. A Middle

Years Programme Certificate may be obtained at Stonewall Jackson High School at the end of the tenth grade year.

Program Coordinator, Jeanine Fox, foxjs@pwcs.edu, 703.361.3185

 

Marsteller Middle School Mathematics and Science Program

Provides students in grades 6,7, and 8 the opportunity to become engaged in an intensive program of study in mathematics and science. The programs have been planned to challenge and motivate students while developing their critical thinking skills through discovery and exploration.

Program Coordinator, Ms. Keener, 703.393.7608, keenertl@pwcs.edu

 

Parkside Middle School World Language Programs

This program allows a student to receive one high school foreign language credit for work done in sixth and seventh grade and one high school credit for work done in eighth grade. The languages offered are French and Spanish.

Program Coordinator, Ms. Jones, 703.361.3106, jonesa@pwcs.edu

 

Pennington Traditional School Grades 1-8

Contact: 703.369.6644

 


Click here for more details including information night dates and applications:
https://www.pwcs.edu/academics___programs/specialty_programs