Course Selection Documents
Course Selection for Current Students for 2023-2024
All students who attend Adams Middle School will complete their registration through their student Power School account. Registration for current 6th and 7th grade students closes April 9th.
Registration information was sent via email and can be found on Eagle's Online.
Incoming 6th Grade Course Selection for 2023-2024
All incoming 6th-grade students who will matriculate to Adams from Birney, Lincoln, Madison, and Washington elementary schools received all information regarding course selection from their elementary principals. This information was shared through emails and/or Parent Square.
Registration for incoming 6th grade students in RBUSD who will attend Adams will take place from April 1st through April 23rd.
Course Selection for New Students to Adams for 2023-2024
If your student(s) will be new to RBUSD and Adams Middle School for the start of the 2023-2024 school year you may print out and complete one of the grade appropriate forms below. You can turn the course selection form in to the front office with additional paperwork when you register your student(s).
Independent Study Physical Education
The purpose of RBUSD Independent Study Physical Education (ISPE) program is to provide an alternative to the regular education or athletics classroom, while remaining consistent with the RBUSD course of study and CA State Physical Education Framework for physical education.
Students who participate in the ISPE program are engaged in advanced levels of competition; not recreational sports. The program is designed for the student who is engaged in a preparation program for national, state, or Olympic-level athletic competition.
Application will be available starting in May.
Foreign Language FAQ
A. Yes. RUHS does not place any middle school classes on your high school transcript. Colleges will have no way of knowing you completed Spanish 1 & 2 if they do not see it on your high school transcript.
Q. If I take Spanish 1 & 2 at Adams and I take Spanish 3 at RUHS, do I have to take Spanish 4 to complete the 2 year foreign language requirement for college eligibility?
A. No. Once you complete Spanish 3 with a C or better, it will go on your RUHS transcript and colleges will be able to see you met the foreign language requirement. Even though you only took one year of language at the high school, colleges acknowledge you have to have understood the first two years so they recognize the level you get to; however, we recommend taking 4 years of a language if you would like to be competitive in your college applications. ** Any higher level language class enrollment is determined by grade in previous level and teacher recommendation.
Q. Do I receive high school credit toward graduation for Spanish 1 and 2 at Adams?
Middle school classes do not earn credits toward graduation even though it is a high school level course. If you reach Spanish 3 in the 9th grade, you will only earn 10 credits toward graduation since you only completed one year of a language course at RUHS.