Advanced Academic Program
Screening for Subject-Specific (Level ll) and Part-Time (Level lll) Services
Students can be screened for subject-specific and part-time AAP services at any time in the school year. In the spring, schools review data on all students to determine services for the start of the next school year.
- Parents or guardians can initiate the screening process by submitting the AAP School-Based Services (Level II-III) Referral Form to the Advanced Academic Resource Teacher (AART) or Assistant Principal by April 15, annually.
- Please open The AAP School-Based Services (Level II-III) Referral Form.
- Parents or guardians who submit a referral will be notified by the local elementary school of their student’s eligibility status by early June.
AAP Program Information
Fairfax County Public Schools offers a continuum of advanced academic services for students K-12 that builds upon students' individual strengths and skills and maximizes the academic potential of all learners.
Our Willow Springs Advanced Academic Resource Teacher (AART) Ashley Raymond @ @emailcollaborates with school staff to determine the appropriate level of advanced academic services. Parents may refer their child for advanced academic services, get additional information on the screening process, and learn about advanced academic opportunities at Willow Springs. Ongoing observation and assessment ensure that student needs are being met.
Screening and Identification for Full-Time (Level IV) AAP Services for Identified Students in Grades 2-6 can be found HERE.
Current FCPS Students: Parents/Guardians submit a referral form to the Advanced Academic Resource Teacher (AART), Ashley Raymond, [email protected] between the first day of school and December 15 to request spring screening for the 2023-24 school year