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Centennial Middle School Snohomish Test Prep 2018

Prepare for upcoming G&T testing at Centennial Middle School, Snohomish. Get CogAT practice tests and ITBS/Iowa Assessment sample questions. Start practicing now for tests now!

About Centennial Middle School

Centennial Middle School is based north of the city of Snohomish, and operates as part of the Snohomish School District. The school caters to about 750 students in 7–8th grade. Most students come from several feeder elementary schools in Snohomish. Centennial runs an honors program for highly capable students.

About Snohomish School District

Snohomish school district is located in Snohomish County, WA, about 30 miles north of Seattle. The district is home to about 10,000 students in K–12. Snohomish District teachers have an average of 14 years' teaching experience and 69% have a Master's degree or higher.

The district has a preschool, 10 elementary schools, 2 middle schools and 3 high schools. The district also runs an alternative learning program and a specialized cooperative program for home-schooled students.

Centennial Middle School Honors Program

Students enrolled in Centennial Middle School's Honors program benefit from a more advanced and enriched curriculum of classes, and greater opportunities for learning. The program aims to develop students' higher-level thinking skills, and expand students' horizons through an accelerated and enriched curriculum.

The program caters to students who perform in the top percentages of their age group. Students who attend a Highly Capable program in Snohomish School District while in elementary school are automatically admitted to Centennial Middle School's Honors Program. For students applying to Centennial's Honors program who were not previously enrolled in a Highly Capable program, admission is based on CogAT scores and ITBS test scores.

CogAT and ITBS Testing for Centennial Middle School's Honors Program

The ITBS or Iowa Test of Basic Skills is a standardized achievement test administered in grades K–8, which measures students' grade level performance. The ITBS focuses on students' abilities in reading, language arts, mathematics, social studies, and science. The test is standardizes at a national level, and is commonly used across the US as part of the screening process for highly capable programs.

Unlike the ITBS, the CogAT is a cognitive abilities test, which means it aims to measure students' raw reasoning skills, apart from any learned material. The CogAT is administered in grades K–12 and is made up of three segments or 'batteries': Verbal, Quantitative and Nonverbal. Each battery measures specific problem solving skills that are indicative of students' potential for academic success.

If you would like to learn more about each of these important tests, our CogAT page and our ITBS page are loaded with useful information for parents and students.

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Centennial Middle School's Honors program gives students access to greater educational opportunities, which can affect their educational future. Admission is competitive and is based on students' performance on the CogAT and ITBS. Therefore, it is especially important to help students reach their highest potential on test day.

Practicing for these tests well in advance of testing can help students hone their skills and relieve test anxiety. To start preparing today, check out our CogAT practice tests and our ITBS practice tests.

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