Continuous Student Learning


In the Mt. Adams School District, students are exposed to grade level, rigorous curriculum aligned to the Washington State Learning Standards/Common Core State Standards (CCSS). 

For more information on the CCSS, see the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction website at



English/Language Arts Curriculum

Math Curriculum

Harrah Elementary School


Engage New York

Engage New York

Mt. Adams Middle School


SpringBoard/ Pre-Advanced Placement   

Read 180

Agile Mind

White Swan High School


SpringBoard/Advanced Placement

Read 180

Agile Mind Intensified Algebra

Geometry - Engage New York

White Swan High School


College in the High School/Eastern WA University (EWU)

SpringBoard/Advanced Placement

All aligned to WA State Learning Standards

Third Year of Math Options

Algebra 2 – Engage New York

Financial Math – Advanced Algebra w/Financial Applications, Gerver/Sgroi

Introduction to Engineering Design – Project Lead the Way

All aligned to WA State Learning Standards

Engage New York is rigorous, grade level curriculum in English/Language Arts and Mathematics aligned to Common Core State Standards developed by New York State Education Department.  For more information, see

SpringBoard is the college and career readiness program for all students in grades 6–12 developed by College Board. Its flexible framework integrates rigorous instruction, performance based assessments and professional development for teachers.  For more information, see

Agile Mind middle school mathematics courses for grades 6, 7, and 8 provide powerful foundations in ratios, proportionality, and algebraic and geometric thinking. Students use graphing technology, manipulatives, and other mathematical tools to develop conceptual understanding as they tackle and solve interesting problems.  For more information, see
Agile Mind Intensified Algebra curriculum is a powerful combination of additional time; a challenging curriculum; and cohesive, targeted supports and interventions. With these tools and teaching supports in place, students can stay on track, graduate on time, and gain passage to advanced learning. For more information, see