Electronic Math Questionnaire Directions
Fall Semester Students
To the Student
Please take this sheet to the teacher you will have during the spring semester (2023) at your home school. Your teacher will then go to the link below to fill out our online questionnaire. If you do not know your specific teacher at this time, please give it to a department head or teacher who will be able to answer questions about the math curriculum the class at your sending school will be covering during your absence. Be sure to explain when you will be away at the High Mountain Institute.
Note: please do this as soon as possible! The questionnaire is due May 15, and it can be very hard to track down this information over the summer.
To the Math Teacher or Department Chair
As you may know, the student named below has decided to spend one semester of their junior year as a participant in the High Mountain Institute Semester program. Based on information you share with us in our online questionnaire, we will enroll the student in the appropriate class. Our primary goal is to help our students continue their math progressions. With up to 49 students from different schools around the country, it is very helpful to know what each student needs during their semester with us. Thank you very much for taking the time to help us meet the needs of your student(s).
You will need the following information to complete the online questionnaire:
- Student Name
- Exact title of math class from freshman year (2020-2021)
- Exact title of math class from sophomore year (2021-2022)
- Exact title of math class for junior year (2022-2023)
- Exact title of expected class for senior year (2023-2024)
- 2022-2023 math teacher’s name & email address
The questionnaire should take about 30 minutes to complete. It will primarily ask questions about what material the student’s math course will be covering while he or she is away. This information helps us prepare the student for subsequent math courses.
Thank you for your efforts.
This electronic form is due by May 15, 2022.