The Nevada Council to Establish Academic Standards for Public Schools was charged with establishing high, measurable standards in English language arts, mathematics, and science. They were similarly charged with establishing standards in social studies, computer and technology education, health and physical education, and the arts.
The Carson City School District has worked to incorporate the State Standards into grade level Curriculum Maps/Pacing Guides for each subject area. Teachers utilize these maps to guide their instruction throughout the curriculum.
Jump Start College is a partnership between Western Nevada College and eight western Nevada high schools. It offers high-achieving junior and senior students the opportunity to earn up to 48 college credits prior to their high school graduation.
The Carson City School
District utilizes the Success For All (SFA) reading program for K-5. Please review the following links for more information:
The Nevada Seal of Biliteracy is an award in recognition of graduating high school students who have studied and attained a high level of proficiency in one or more languages in addition to English.
Learn more about adding the Nevada Seal of Biliteracy to your diploma and official transcript by contacting your school counselor:
Pass 4 years of English with a 2.0 GPA, and
Pass required graduation assessments (NRS 389.805), and
Demonstrate proficiency in a world language other than English.
The Carson City School District science curriculum follows the Nevada Academic Content Standards for Science (NVACSS) based on the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). Click here for more information.
The Community Curriculum project is a partnership with Sustainable Nevada and the Desert Research Institute Green Power program to promote innovation in science curriculum and enhance collaboration among teachers, students and community members.
Please click on the following for more information on English Language Arts and Mathematics Common Core