Welcome to IXL!
IXL is here to help you grow, with immersive learning, insights into progress, and targeted recommendations for next steps. Practice thousands of math, language arts, science, and social studies skills at school, at home, and on the go!
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To get started:
1. Sign in with your username and password on this page. Please ask your teacher if you don't know this information.
2. Take the Diagnostic and visit the Recommendations page for skills that are picked just for you! Or, explore skills by grade or topic.
3. Choose a skill and let the learning begin!
Two of our own St. George Middle School teachers, Mrs. Wendy Bridevaux & Mrs. Alaina Reed, participated in a case study for IXL. They attended several meetings with IXL and were interviewed about their students' growth in both math and English IXL skills. Currently, the 6th graders have grown 6 months in IXL math and 18 months in IXL English since January! Please read the case study here. Great job, 6th grade!
IXL Math Guidelines
- IXL Math is part of our school-wide effort to strengthen skill-building and math fluency.
- Students will be assigned specific IXL modules that will correlate to class instruction. Duplicating mastered skills is not allowed, and no points will be given for time spent on random modules.
- Parents and students can review IXL minutes at any time by accessing the Reports section.
- All IXL Math is due on Sunday at midnight.
- IXL Math is 1 point per assignment.
- Mastery is a Smart Score of 100 to earn full credit.
2nd - 5th Grade
- IXL Math is a 5-point weekly grade.
- Mastery is a Smart Score of 80-100 to earn full credit.
6th - 8th Grade
- IXL is part of our school-wide effort to strengthen skill-building and math fluency.
- A weekly grade will be assigned for IXL use.
- Students will be assigned specific IXL modules that will correlate to class instruction. Each assigned skill is worth 3 points. To receive the 3 points, students must achieve a Smart Score of 80. Students will receive no points for doing unassigned modules or achieving less than 80 Smart Score.
- Parents and students can review IXL progress at any time by accessing the Reports section.
- IXL assignments will not be allowed to be made up.
- IXL for the week starts on Monday and ends on Sunday at midnight.