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Georgia Milestones End of Grade (EOG)

In SY2014-15, Georgia replaced the Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests (CRCT) with a new assessment - Georgia Milestones End of Grade (EOG).

For more information on the new EOG please read the Parents' Guide to New Tests in Georgia.

Students enrolled in Honors Algebra I should refer to the High School Mathematics webpage for more information on the End of Course Test (EOC).

Middle School Accelerated Mathematics Courses

Testing for Students NEW to Glynn County Schools (GCS) for SY2019-20

Students entering GCS (middle school) for the first time, will have the option to test for placement in the Accelerated Mathematics Course Sequence. Please review the Criteria for Student Placement (see below for link). Students who test are expected to score at 90% or greater to be eligible for the Accelerated Course Sequence. Students entering the Accelerated Course Sequence should be prepared to take AP Calculus AB/BC in 11th Grade as shown in the Acceleration Chart (see below for link).

TWO testing dates will be offered for middle school students entering GCS for the first time. Please call or email Shelly B. Bydlinski, K-12 Mathematics Coordinator, to schedule one of the two dates.

Tuesday, May 26, 2020 @ 8:30 A.M.

Monday, July 20, 2020 @ 8:30 A.M. 

Testing will occur at the Risley Annex Building - 2900 Albany St - Brunswick, GA 31520.

Shelly B. Bydlinski    
K-12 Mathematics Coordinator
912.267.4100, ext. 1552   
sbydlinski@glynn.k12.ga.us

Criteria for Student Placement in Middle School Accelerated Mathematics Courses - see parent letters

GSE Middle School Acceleration Chart (see Option 4* - page 7 - for Glynn County Schools)

*Option 4: This option is for a few students who are highly talented in mathematics. It requires the compacting of three years of middle grades standards into two years. After Algebra II, students may take AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, AP Statistics, a fourth year GSE mathematics course related to the student's interest, or an appropriate post-secondary option such as multivariable calculus.