As of the 2007-08 school year, Seattle Public Schools has adopted a uniform K-5 mathematics curriculum for all elementary schools. The curriculum consists of Everyday Mathematics supplemented with Singapore Math.
Graham Hill participates in the Powerful Writers program through local non-profit, Powerful Schools.
(see also information on the recent Global Reading Challenge)
Seattle Public Schools employ an inquiry-based, hands-on science program developed by the National Science Foundation.
Launched in the spring of 2007, Graham Hill is one of three Seattle Schools participating in a new elementary Chinese language program. This half-hour/day language program is funded by a federal Foreign Language Assistance Program (FLAP) grant awarded to Seattle Public Schools in fall, 2006. The program has expanded this fall to serve all kindergarten, first, and second graders.
Graham Hill has two Autism Inclusion Programs each serving up to eight students with Autism Spectrum Disorder in grades K-5. Each program has a special education teacher, and two instructional assistants.
A Montessori education helps children learn to be independent, self-directed learners equipped with the tools needed to accomplish their academic and personal goals.
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