All schedule changes must be submitted in writing to the Counseling Center by May 29, 2015.

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "All schedule changes must be submitted in writing to the Counseling Center by May 29, 2015."

Transcription

1 Grade 9 Name: Franklin Regional Senior High School Course Selections Rev 3/25/14 Students must schedule 7 periods per semester. Students wishing to take online courses must contact their counselor PRIOR to submitting course requests in eschool. Access the Program of Studies at: Questions or concerns may be directed to the Senior High Counselors. Phone Mrs. Scott x5007 Mr. Earl x5008 Mrs. McCann X5026 Mrs. Zachetti X5009 Last Names A-E Last Names F-K Last Names L-Q Last Names R-Z Choose one Literacy Course (1 credit full year course) 121 English Honors English 9 (prereq: Teacher rec. + 90% previous English) Choose one Social Studies Course (1 credit full year course) 226 Legacy of Western Thought 225 AP Prep: Legacy of Western Thought (prereq: Teacher rec. + 90% previous SS class) Choose one Math Course (1 credit full year course) 430 Algebra Geometry 450 Honors Algebra II 440 Honors Geometry Choose one Science Course (1 credit full year course) 321 Earth & Space Science 320 Honors Earth & Space Science (prereq: 90% previous Science class) 330 Honors Biology (+ lab) (prereq/concurrent: Honors Geometry) + MUST SELECT EITHER 570 or 571 PE for Honors Bio students Note: Honors Biology takes up 1.5 periods in the schedule. Choose one Physical Education Course (.5 credit) 500 Fitness 9 - Male 570 Fitness 9 Male (Honors Biology Students Only) 510 Fitness 9 - Female 571 Fitness 9 Female (Honors Biology Students Only) REQUIRED: QRT 9 Electives: Electives are 1 credit each (full year course) unless otherwise noted. Choose the number of electives based on your SCIENCE course. Earth and Space Science credits Honors Earth and Space Science 2.5 credits Honors Biology 2.0 credits (Honors biology lab will take the place of a half credit elective) Art (Intro) Family and Consumer Science Performing Arts/Media 900 Introduction to Art 2D (.5cr) 912 Intro to Foods (.5cr) 173 Intro to Journalism (.5 cr) 901 Introduction to Art 3D (.5cr) 913 Child Development I (.5cr) 175 Intro to Theater Arts (.5 cr) 176 Intro to Video Production (.5 cr) Business/Tech & Finance Literacy 180 Intro to Television Production (.5 cr) 823 International Business (.5cr) 179 Film Analysis (.5cr) 803 Microsoft Office 2007 &Beyond (.5cr) 804 Personal Finance (.5cr) Math 824 Web Page Design for Business (.5cr) 491 Probability/Statistics (.5cr) World Language (prereq. Alg II) 718 Spanish Spanish 2 Computer Science Music 716 Honors Spanish Visual Basic 939 Concert Band (prereq: alg I and ability to type) 940 Franklin Choir 708 French Franklin Choir (.5cr) 707 French Basic Guitar (.5cr) 706 Honors French Orchestra All schedule changes must be submitted in writing to the Counseling Center by May 29, 2015.

2 Grade 10 Franklin Regional Senior High School Course Selections Name: Students must schedule 7 periods per semester. Students wishing to take online courses must contact their counselor PRIOR to submitting course requests in eschool. Access the Program of Studies at: Questions or concerns may be directed to the Senior High Counselors. Phone Mrs. Scott x5007 Mr. Earl x5008 Mrs. McCann X5026 Mrs. Zachetti X5009 Last Names A-E Last Names F-K Last Names L-Q Last Names R-Z Required: Choose one Literacy Course (1 credit full year course) ***Must have passed English 9 to take any English 10 course*** 131 English Honors English 10 (prereq: Teacher rec. + 90% grade in previous Honors English) Required: Choose one Social Science Course (1 credit full year course) 231 International Studies 236 AP Prep. International Students (prereq: Teacher rec. + 90% previous SS class) *** Northern Westmoreland Career and Technology students do not choose a SS credit this year Required: Choose one Math Course (1 credit full year course) 430 Algebra Algebra II 461 Trigonometry & College Algebra 441 Geometry 450 Honors Algebra II 460 Honors Trigonometry & College Algebra 440 Honors Geometry Required: Choose Science Course (1 credit full year course) Note: Lab sciences take up 1.5 periods in the schedule. 320 Hon Earth &Space 352 Chemistry (+lab) (prereq: Bio./Alg) 339 CTC Biology (vocational students must select) 350 Honors Chemistry (+lab) (prereq: 85% H.Bio. & Alg.1) 332 Biology (+lab) 340 Environmental Science (prereq: Biology) 330 Honors Biology (+lab) Required: Physical Education AND Wellness should be taken in 10 th Grade (.5 credit each) 505 Fitness 10 Male 560 Wellness (Recommended for students taking biology or chemistry.) 515 Fitness 10 - Female 565 Wellness ONLINE REQUIRED: QRT-10 Electives are on the back!!!

3 Electives: Choose 2 elective credits. Electives are 1 credit each unless otherwise noted. Note: Students taking a lab science should only choose 1.5 elective credits. Art (Intro) Math 900 Introduction to Art 2D (.5cr) 491 Probability/Statistics (.5cr) 901 Introduction to Art 3D (.5cr) Music Art (Focus Prereq: Intro 2D) 930 Band 902 Drawing & Painting (.5cr) 950 Wind Ensemble (Teacher Permission) 903 Photography & Printmaking (.5cr) 940 Franklin Choir 906 Electronic Art & Design (.5cr) 941 Franklin Choir (.5cr) 942 Advanced Chorus (Audition) Art (Focus - Prereq: Intro 3D) 938 Basic Guitar (.5cr) 904 Ceramics & Sculpture (.5cr) 945 Guitar Ensemble (Teacher Permission) 905 Jewelry & Metal Design (.5cr) 936 Orchestra 907 Contemporary Craft & Fiber (.5cr) Performing Arts/Media Business/Tech & Finance 173 Intro to Journalism (.5cr) 811 Honors Accounting Adv. Journalism (prereq: Intro Journ) 812 Honors Accounting 2 (prereq. 82% in Acctg 1) 180 Intro to Television Production (.5cr) 805 Business & Personal Law (.5cr) 171 Adv. TV Production (prereq: Intro TV) 820 Entrepreneurship/Marketing/E-Commerce (.5cr) 175 Intro to Theater Arts (.5cr) 823 International Business (.5cr) 178 Adv. Acting (prereq. Theater Arts or FR performance) 826 International Business ONLINE (.5cr) 176 Intro to Video Production (.5cr) 803 Microsoft Office 2007 &Beyond (.5cr) 172 Adv. Video Production (prereq: Intro Video) 825 Microsoft Office 2007& Beyond ONLINE (.5cr) 177 Intro. Yearbook Production (.5 cr) 804 Personal Finance (.5cr) 827 Personal Finance ONLINE (.5cr) 824 Web Page Design for Business (.5cr) World Language 828 Web Page Design for Business ONLINE (.5cr) 718 Spanish Spanish 2 Career/Technology 716 Honors Spanish Northern Westmoreland Career & Technology Center 1 st year (3cr) 715 Spanish Honors Spanish 3 Computer Science 708 French Visual Basic (prereq.- alg I) 707 French AP Computer Science Level A 706 Honors French 2 (prereq. VB, Hon Trig/CA or Calc) 705 French Honors French 3 Family and Consumer Sciences 912 Intro to Foods (.5cr) 911 Foods and Nutrition (.5cr) 909 Foods and Nutrition ONLINE 910 Regional Cooking (.5cr) 913 Child Development I (.5cr) 914 Child Development II (prereq: CDI) (.5cr) 915 Child Development II (prereq: CDI) Literacy 179 Film Analysis (.5cr) All schedule changes must be submitted in writing to the Counseling Center by May 29, 2015.

4 Grade 11 Name: Franklin Regional Senior High School Course Selections Students must schedule 7 periods per semester. Students wishing to take online courses must contact their counselor PRIOR to submitting course requests in eschool. Access the Program of Studies at: Questions or concerns may be directed to the Senior High Counselors. Phone Mrs. Scott x5007 Mr. Earl x5008 Mrs. McCann X5026 Mrs. Zachetti X5009 Last Names A-E Last Names F-K Last Names L-Q Last Names R-Z Required: Choose one Literacy Course (1 credit full year course) ***Must have passed English 9 and 10 to take any English 11 course*** 141 English Honors English 11 (prereq: Teacher rec. + 90% grade in previous English) 140 AP English 11 Language and Composition (prereq. Teacher rec.+ 90% grade in Honors English) Required: Choose one Social Science Course (1 credit full year course) 241 American Studies 240 AP American History (prereq: Teacher rec. + 90% previous Hon. SS class or 95% in reg. SS class) Required: Choose one credit if you do not already have 3 science credits. Optional for other students. Note: Lab sciences take up 1.5 periods in the schedule. 320 Hon Earth &Space 352 Chemistry (+lab) (prereq: Bio./Alg) 350 Honors Chemistry (+lab) (prereq: 85% H.Bio. & Alg.1) 339 CTC Biology (vocational students only) 370 AP Chemistry (+lab) (prereq: Honors Chem) 332 Biology (+lab) 330 Honors Biology (+lab) 361 Physics (+lab.) (prereq: 72% Alg II / conc: Trig) 392 Honors Anatomy& Physiology (+lab) (prereq: Bio&Chem) 360 Hon. Phys.1 (+lab) (prereq: 82% AlgII / conc: Trig) 380 AP Biology (+lab) (prereq: H. Biology & H. Chemistry) 395 Hon. Phys.1 HYBRID (prereq: 92% AlgII / conc: Trig) 362 Honors Physics 2 (prereq or conc: Honors Physics 1) 390 AP Physics C/Mech (prereq: H.Physics1/conc: Calculus BC) 340 Environmental Science (prereq: Biology) 368 AP Environmental Science (prereq: Biology) Math: Choose one if you do not already have 3 math credits. Optional for other students. 430 Algebra I 469 Honors Calculus 1 (LaR) 441 Geometry 470 AP Calculus AB 451 Algebra II 480 AP Calculus BC 461 Trigonometry & College Algebra 482 AP Calculus BC Part II 460 Honors Trigonometry & College Algebra Physical Education & Health - Choose one if you didn t take PE in 11th grade. Optional for other students. (.5 credits) 530 Basketball - Football - Volleyball 560 Wellness 534 L.I.F.E 533 Self Defense / Personal Fitness 565 Wellness ONLINE 540 Contract Fitness (must have PE dept. approval) 532 Team Sports - Male 502 Partners P.E. / Adaptive P.E. (must have PE dept. approval) 531Team Sports Female 523 Weight Training REQUIRED: QRT 11 Electives are on the back!!!

5 Electives: Choose 2 elective credits. Electives are 1 credit each unless otherwise noted. Note: Students taking a lab science should only choose 1.5 elective credits Art (Intro) Family and Consumer Science Science 900 Introduction to Art 2D (.5cr) 911 Foods and Nutrition (.5cr) 363 Adv. Astronomy (prereq: Earth Sci) (.5cr) 901 Introduction to Art 3D (.5cr) 909 Foods and Nutrition ONLINE 364 Forensic Sci. (prereq: Bio & Chem) (.5cr) 910 Regional Cooking (.5cr) 366 Honors Organic Chem (prereq: Chem) (.5cr) Art (Focus Prereq: Intro 2D) 913 Child Development I (.5cr) 365 Zoology (prereq. Bio) (.5cr) 902 Drawing & Painting (.5cr) 914 Child Development II (prereq: CDI) (.5cr) 903 Photography & Printmaking (.5cr) 915 Child Development II (prereq: CDI) Social Science 906 Electronic Art & Design (.5cr) 916 Child Development IS(prereq: CDII)(.5cr) 271 Law (.5cr) 273 Psychology 1 (LaR) (.5cr) Art (Focus - Prereq: Intro 3D) Literacy 274 Sociology (LaR) (.5cr) 904 Ceramics & Sculpture (.5cr) 179 Film Analysis (.5cr) 280 Psych (.5cr) / Sociology (.5cr) Block (LaR) 905 Jewelry & Metal Design (.5cr) 276 Hon. Psychology 2 (prereq: Psych 1) (.5cr) 907 Contemporary Craft & Fiber (.5cr) Math 277 Hon.Creative Impulse (LaR) (.5cr) 491 Probability/Statistics (.5cr) 275 AP European History 908 AP Studio Art 494 Applications of Stats/Col 250AP Government & Politics (prereq: Intro 2D or Intro3D +other focus class) Algebra (prereq: Trig) Music World Language Business/Tech & Finance 930 Band 718 Spanish Honors Accounting 1 (LaR) 950 Wind Ensemble (Teacher Permission) 717 Spanish Honors Accounting 2 (prereq. 82% in Acctg 1) 940 Franklin Choir 716 Honors Spanish Business & Personal Law (.5cr) 941 Franklin Choir (.5cr) 715 Spanish Entrepreneurship/Marketing/E-Commerce (.5cr) 942 Advanced Chorus (Audition) 714 Honors Spanish International Business (.5cr) 938 Basic Guitar (.5cr) 713 Spanish 4 (LaR) 826 International Business ONLINE (.5cr) 945 Guitar Ensemble (Teacher Permission) 712 Honors Spanish 4 (LaR) 803 Microsoft Office 2007 &Beyond (.5cr) 936 Orchestra 708 French Microsoft Office 2007& Beyond ONLINE (.5cr) 707 French Personal Finance (.5cr) Performing Arts/Media 706 Honors French Personal Finance ONLINE (.5cr) 173 Intro to Journalism (.5cr) 705 French Web Page Design for Business (.5cr) 174 Adv Journalism (prereq: Intro Journ) 704 Honors French Web Page Design for Business ONLINE (.5cr) 180 Intro to Television Production (.5cr) 703 French 4 (LaR) 171 Adv. TV Production (prereq: Intro TV) 702 Honors French 4 (LaR) Computer Science 175 Intro to Theater Arts (.5cr) 610 Visual Basic (prereq.- alg I) 178 Adv. Acting 600 AP Computer Science Level A (prereq. Theater Arts or FR performance) (prereq. VB, Hon Trig/CA or Calc) 176 Intro to Video Production (.5cr) 601 Advanced Java Programming 172 Adv. Video Production (prereq B or better in AP Comp Sci A) (prereq: Intro Video) 177 Intro. Yearbook Production (.5 cr) 181 Advanced Yearbook (prereq: Intro Yearbook) Career/Technology 981 Northern Westmoreland Career & Technology Center 1 st year (3cr) 982 Northern Westmoreland Career & Technology Center 2 nd year (3cr) All schedule changes must be submitted in writing to the Counseling Center by May 29, 2015.

6 Grade 12 Franklin Regional Senior High School Course Selections Name: Students must schedule 7 periods per semester. Students wishing to take online courses must contact their counselor PRIOR to submitting course requests in eschool. Access the Program of Studies at: Questions or concerns may be directed to the Senior High Counselors. Phone Mrs. Scott x5007 Mr. Earl x5008 Mrs. McCann X5026 Mrs. Zachetti X5009 Last Names A-E Last Names F-K Last Names L-Q Last Names R-Z Required: Choose either 1 credit (full year) Literacy Course or 2 Half-Credit Literacy Electives ***Must have passed English 9, 10 & 11, to take any English 12 course*** 151 English Communications (.5cr) 198 English 12 HYBRID 186 Communications HYBRID (.5cr) 195 English 12 ONLINE 196 Communications ONLINE (.5cr) 160 Honors Speech & Composition (LaR) 164 Creative Writing (.5cr) 161 Honors Speech & Composition HYBRID (LaR) 197 Creative Writing ONLINE (.5cr) 150 AP English Literature and Composition (prereq: Teacher Recommendation) 166 Novel/Memoir (.5cr) 163 Sci. Fi, Fantasy, Horror (.5cr) Required: Choose one Social Science (1 credit) 251 Participation in U.S. Government & Economics 252 Participation in U.S. Government & Economics HYBRID (prereq: 82% in previous SS class or teacher recommendation) 250 AP Government & Politics (prereq: 90% Hon./AP. SS 11 or 95% in regular SS 11 + Teacher rec.) 275 AP European History (prereq:89% in APA or 92% in Hon. SS 11 + Teacher rec.) Required: Choose one credit if you do not already have 3 science credits. Optional for other students. Note: Lab sciences take up 1.5 periods in your schedule. 320 Hon Earth &Space 361 Physics (+lab.) (prereq: 72% Alg II / conc: Trig) 360 Hon. Phys.1 (+lab) (prereq: 82% AlgII / conc: Trig) 339 CTC Biology (vocational students only) 395 Hon. Phys.1 HYBRID (prereq: 92% AlgII / conc: Trig) 392 Honors Anatomy& Physiology (+lab) (prereq: Biology &Chemistry) 362 Honors Physics 2 (prereq/conc: Honors Physics 1) 380 AP Biology (+lab) (prereq: H. Biology & H. Chemistry) 390 AP Physics C/Mech (prereq: H.Physics1/conc: Calculus BC) 352 Chemistry (+lab) (prereq: Bio./Alg) 340 Environmental Science (prereq: Biology) 350 Honors Chemistry (+lab) (prereq: 85% H.Bio. & Alg.1) 368 AP Environmental Science (prereq: Biology) 370 AP Chemistry (+lab) (prereq: Honors Chem) Math: Choose one if you do not already have 3 Math credits. Optional for other students. 441 Geometry 469 Honors Calculus 1 (LaR) 440 Honors Geometry 470 AP Calculus AB 494 Applications of Stats/Col Algebra 451 Algebra II 480 AP Calculus BC (prereq: Trig) 461 Trigonometry & College Algebra 482 AP Calculus BC Part II 460 Honors Trigonometry & College Algebra 490 Calculus III (AP weight) (prereq: Calculus BC) Physical Education & Health - Choose one if you didn t take PE in 11th grade. Optional for other students. (.5 cr) 530 Basketball - Football - Volleyball 560 Wellness 534 L.I.F.E 533 Self Defense / Personal Fitness 565 Wellness ONLINE 540 Contract Fitness (must have PE dept. approval) 532 Team Sports - Male 502 Partners P.E. / Adaptive P.E. (must have PE dept. approval) 531 Team Sports Female 523 Weight Training REQUIRED: QRT Electives are on the back!!!

7 Electives: Choose enough elective credits to fill 7 periods. Electives are 1 credit each (full year) unless otherwise noted. Art (Intro) Family and Consumer Science Science 900 Introduction to Art 2D (.5cr) 911 Foods and Nutrition (.5cr) 363 Adv. Astronomy (prereq: Earth Sci) (.5cr) 901 Introduction to Art 3D (.5cr) 909 Foods and Nutrition ONLINE 364 Forensic Sci. (prereq: Bio & Chem) (.5cr) 910 Regional Cooking (.5cr) 366 Honors Organic Chem (prereq: Chem) (.5cr) Art (Focus Prereq: Intro 2D) 914 Child Development II (prereq: CDI) (.5cr) 365 Zoology (prereq. Bio) (.5cr) 902 Drawing & Painting (.5cr) 915 Child Development II (prereq: CDI) 903 Photography & Printmaking (.5cr) 916 Child Development IS(prereq: CDII)(.5cr) Social Science 906 Electronic Art & Design (.5cr) 271 Law (.5cr) 273 Psychology 1 (LaR) (.5cr) Art (Focus - Prereq: Intro 3D) Literacy 274 Sociology (LaR) (.5cr) 904 Ceramics & Sculpture (.5cr) 179 Film Analysis (.5cr) 280 Psych (.5cr) / Sociology (.5cr) Block (LaR) 905 Jewelry & Metal Design (.5cr) 276 Hon. Psychology 2 (prereq: Psych 1) (.5cr) 907 Contemporary Craft & Fiber (.5cr) Math 277 Hon.Creative Impulse (LaR) (.5cr) 491 Probability/Statistics (.5cr) 240 AP American History 908 AP Studio Art (prereq: Intro 2D or Intro3D +other focus class) Music World Language 930 Band 718 Spanish 1 Business/Tech & Finance 950 Wind Ensemble (Teacher Permission) 717 Spanish Honors Accounting 1 (LaR) 940 Franklin Choir 716 Honors Spanish Honors Accounting 2 (prereq. 82% in Acctg 1) 941 Franklin Choir (.5cr) 715 Spanish Business & Personal Law (.5cr) 942 Advanced Chorus (Audition) 714 Honors Spanish Entrepreneurship/Marketing/E-Commerce (.5cr) 938 Basic Guitar (.5cr) 713 Spanish 4 (LaR) 823 International Business (.5cr) 945 Guitar Ensemble (Teacher Permission) 712 Honors Spanish 4 (LaR) 826 International Business ONLINE (.5cr) 936 Orchestra 710 Honors Spanish 5 (LaR) 803 Microsoft Office 2007 &Beyond (.5cr) 708 French Microsoft Office 2007& Beyond ONLINE (.5cr) Performing Arts/Media 707 French Personal Finance (.5cr) 173 Intro to Journalism (.5cr) 706 Honors French Personal Finance ONLINE (.5cr) 174 Adv Journalism (prereq: Intro Journ) 705 French Web Page Design for Business (.5cr) 180 Intro to Television Production (.5cr) 704 Honors French Web Page Design for Business ONLINE (.5cr) 171 Adv. TV Production (prereq: Intro TV) 703 French 4 (LaR) 175 Intro to Theater Arts (.5cr) 702 Honors French 4 (LaR) Computer Science 178 Adv. Acting 700 Honors French 5 (LaR) 610 Visual Basic (prereq.- alg I) (prereq. Theater Arts or FR performance) 600 AP Computer Science Level A 176 Intro to Video Production (.5cr) (prereq. VB, Hon Trig/CA or Calc) 172 Adv. Video Production 601 Advanced Java Programming (prereq: Intro Video) (prereq B or better in AP Comp Sci A) 177 Intro. Yearbook Production (.5 cr) 181 Advanced Yearbook (prereq: Intro Yearbook) Career/Technology 981 Northern Westmoreland Career & Technology Center 1 st year (3cr) 982 Northern Westmoreland Career & Technology Center 2 nd year (3cr) 983 Northern Westmoreland Career & Technology Center 3 rd year (3cr) Senior Options Select the applicable course in addition to your 7 period schedule. If approved, your schedule will be modified accordingly. 997 Senior Internship (apply for program through counselors and administrators) (2 cr) 999 CAAP (Counselor Administrator Approved Program) CAAP is for seniors who have met graduation requirements and want to pursue options off campus including dual enrollment, volunteering, working and taking private lessons. Students who want to schedule CAAP must meet with their counselor, principal and parent before the end of their junior year. All schedule changes must be submitted in writing to the Counseling Center by May 29, 2015.

8

t^iqebo=`eofpqf^k=^`^abjv=

t^iqebo=`eofpqf^k=^`^abjv= t^iqebo=`eofpqf^k=^`^abjv= FOUR YEAR CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS AND ELECTIVES - 2015-2016 Revised 3/11/15 The following requirements have been adopted in order to ensure that our students are prepared for

More information

Art. Basic Art II. 2-D Mixed Media. Painting Drawing Digital Photography. Metal Smithing. Advanced Workshop

Art. Basic Art II. 2-D Mixed Media. Painting Drawing Digital Photography. Metal Smithing. Advanced Workshop Art Basic Art I Graphic Design Basic Art II Ceramics Jewelry & Metal Smithing Painting Drawing Digital Photography 2-D Mixed Media Textiles Sculpture Advanced Workshop Business Computer Applications Introduction

More information

2015-2016 NATICK HIGH SCHOOL COURSE SEQUENCES. WELLNESS DEPARTMENT Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12 Physical Education 24

2015-2016 NATICK HIGH SCHOOL COURSE SEQUENCES. WELLNESS DEPARTMENT Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12 Physical Education 24 Freshman Fitness 14 2015-2016 NATICK HIGH SCHOOL COURSE SEQUENCES WELLNESS DEPARTMENT Physical Education 24 Health 31 Awake Personal Fitness 14 Group Fitness 34 Recreational Activities for Life 34 Team

More information

SOUTH DAKOTA OPPORTUNITY SCHOLARSHIP

SOUTH DAKOTA OPPORTUNITY SCHOLARSHIP 1 APPROVED COURSES 4 UNITS OF ENGLISH English s that Meet the SD Opportunity Scholarship Criteria (s with major emphasis upon grammar, composition, or literary analysis. One year of debate instruction

More information

SEVEN LAKES HIGH SCHOOL. Course Selection Process

SEVEN LAKES HIGH SCHOOL. Course Selection Process SEVEN LAKES HIGH SCHOOL Course Selection Process CALENDAR: SLHS COURSE SELECTION PROCESS Jan 30: Feb.4: Students receive course selection information during Spartan time. Completed course selection worksheet

More information

Theology English Language Mathematics Science Social Studies Open (Choose one) (Choose one) (Choose one) (Choose one) (Choose one) (optional)

Theology English Language Mathematics Science Social Studies Open (Choose one) (Choose one) (Choose one) (Choose one) (Choose one) (optional) Name: Cell Phone: 10 Required Classes (minimum 6 credit hours): Choose from the list below and write the course number into the top row. Theology English Language Mathematics Science Social Studies Open

More information

Political Science Distinguished Scholar Course Schedule

Political Science Distinguished Scholar Course Schedule Political Science Scholar Course Schedule Choice of AP Euro History, Pre AP Geo or AP US History AP Government/ International Relations AP Psych Math Math Math Science Science Science Political Science

More information

Class of 2016. Finding Success at Hellgate

Class of 2016. Finding Success at Hellgate Class of 2016 Finding Success at Hellgate Learning Goals Understand graduation requirements and number of credits needed Learn about classes offered through Hellgate Learn about Q (formerly Zangle) Understand

More information

TURN IN FORM ON MARCH 31 IN YOUR THEOLOGY CLASS DURING COURSE SELECTION

TURN IN FORM ON MARCH 31 IN YOUR THEOLOGY CLASS DURING COURSE SELECTION Name: Cell Phone: 11 Required Classes (minimum 5 credit hours): Choose from the list below and write the course number into the top row. Rising juniors should pay particular attention to the graduation

More information

Houghton Lake High School Requirements for Graduation

Houghton Lake High School Requirements for Graduation 4+2 High School and College Course Sequence for Cardiac Sonography Houghton Lake High School Requirements for Graduation Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior English English English English U. S. History Civics

More information

High School Quick Reference

High School Quick Reference Bismarck Public Schools High School Quick Reference 2014-2015 Century High School Edition Century High School Course Reference Guide Graduation Requirements 24 credits are required for graduation English

More information

Course Selection Meeting

Course Selection Meeting Course Selection Meeting Objectives of Meeting: 1. To become familiar with curriculum in order to make informed choices 2. To understand the Course Selection Procedure English: American Literature & Writing-

More information

FULTON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION

FULTON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION FULTON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Alpharetta High School 3595 Webb Bridge Road, Alpharetta, GA 30005 Phone: 470-254-7640 FAX: 470-254-7653 http://school.fultonschools.org/hs/alpharetta Home of the Raiders

More information

ONLINE up in the library February 27 28 during THEOLOGY class. This is only 3 weeks away!!

ONLINE up in the library February 27 28 during THEOLOGY class. This is only 3 weeks away!! Sophomore Year You will request sophomore classes ONLINE up in the library on Thursday or Friday, February 27 or 28 during THEOLOGY class. This is only 3 weeks away!! Registration Fee Reserves your spot

More information

GARDEN CITY HIGH SCHOOL

GARDEN CITY HIGH SCHOOL GARDEN CITY HIGH SCHOOL WELCOME CLASS OF 2019 AND PARENTS Nanine McLaughlin, Principal David Perrotta and Kevin Steingruebner, Assistant Principals GCHS- A Great Place To Learn College-level opportunities

More information

CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT LOS ANGELES COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT ARTICULATION AGREEMENT

CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT LOS ANGELES COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT ARTICULATION AGREEMENT CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT LOS ANGELES COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT ARTICULATION AGREEMENT *Course titles and descriptions may vary among campuses. The community college course must align with the high school

More information

Graduation Requirements

Graduation Requirements Senior Registration Graduation Requirements College Entrance Requirements Course Offerings TITLE A-G YR SEM 1 SEM 2 GR TITLE A-G YR SEM 1 SEM 2 GR ART ENGLISH Draw ing/painting + Y 0154 1154 9-12 English

More information

THE WORLD IS YOUR CLASSROOM.

THE WORLD IS YOUR CLASSROOM. THE WORLD IS YOUR CLASSROOM. GO AHEAD. WHAT IS FLVS? Florida Virtual School (FLVS ) is a fully accredited public school district with an established history of successfully educating students. An award-winning,

More information

Jefferson City High School

Jefferson City High School Grade Academy: Human Services Pathway: Culinary Arts Biology World History Culinary Arts I (Nutrition/ServSafe) Culinary Arts II (Cooking Tips Culinary Arts III Culinary Arts IV Algebra II & Chemistry

More information

Philosophy - Humanities Associate in Arts Degree Plan 2015-2016

Philosophy - Humanities Associate in Arts Degree Plan 2015-2016 Philosophy - Humanities Associate in Arts Degree Plan 2015-2016 Total Degree Credits 62-64 Note: Curricula listed on degree plan are suggested. Students should consult with their advisor concerning their

More information

School Counselors. Alphabet represented: Ms. Stengel. LHHS Presenters: Mrs. Pressley Mrs. Krueger. Asst. Principal, Athletic Director

School Counselors. Alphabet represented: Ms. Stengel. LHHS Presenters: Mrs. Pressley Mrs. Krueger. Asst. Principal, Athletic Director LHHS Presenters: School Counselors Alphabet represented: Mr. Becker Principal Ms. Stengel A-D Mr. Burger Mrs. Thompson Asst. Principal, Athletic Director Math Dept. Chair Mrs. Pressley Mrs. Krueger Ms.

More information

Sullivan Central High School 131 Shipley Ferry Road Blountville, TN 37617. Student Registration 2015-2016

Sullivan Central High School 131 Shipley Ferry Road Blountville, TN 37617. Student Registration 2015-2016 Sullivan Central High School 131 Shipley Ferry Road Blountville, TN 37617 Student Registration 2015-2016 Main Office (423) 354-1200 Attendance (423) 354-1231 Counseling (423) 354-1226 Principal Mr. Loren

More information

Classes that Can be Taught by Holders of Various Endorsements, as Impacted by NCLB Michigan Department of Education

Classes that Can be Taught by Holders of Various Endorsements, as Impacted by NCLB Michigan Department of Education Bilingual Spanish YF Subjects for which the teacher holds primary certification/endorsement at the level of certification. Subjects are taught in English and Spanish. Native language literacy ESL courses

More information

Lindenwood University - St. Louis Community College Marketing Transfer Guide

Lindenwood University - St. Louis Community College Marketing Transfer Guide Lindenwood University - St. Louis Community College Marketing Transfer Guide General Education Requirements The following St. Louis Community College courses may be taken to meet Lindenwood University

More information

Carteret Community College - General College Catalog 2008-2010

Carteret Community College - General College Catalog 2008-2010 Art Education (Pre-Major) (A1010A) Associate in Arts Degree Work Title Class Lab Experience Credit I. General Education (44 Semester Hours) Required Courses (9 Semester Hours ) ENG 111 Expository Writing

More information

Manchester Community College/University of Hartford A.S. to B.S. in Paralegal Studies Course Equivalencies

Manchester Community College/University of Hartford A.S. to B.S. in Paralegal Studies Course Equivalencies Manchester Community College University of Hartford New # Old # Course Name # Course Name Credit First Semester POL* 120 LEGL 109 Introduction to Law LAH 201 Introduction to the Legal System 3 C LGL* 103

More information

HIGH SCHOOL COURSE LISTING

HIGH SCHOOL COURSE LISTING HIGH SCHOOL COURSE LISTING ENGLISH Creative Writing (APEX, ED) English I, II, III, IV (CE, APEX, ED, FL) English IV College Prep (FL) Fundamentals of English Comp (CE) Grammar and Composition (CE, ED)

More information

ZIONSVILLE COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL COURSE DESCRIPTIONS. For 2016-2017

ZIONSVILLE COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL COURSE DESCRIPTIONS. For 2016-2017 ZIONSVILLE COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL COURSE DESCRIPTIONS For 2016-2017 Updated 11-06 It is the policy of the Zionsville Community School Corporation not to discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, age,

More information

Boonville R-I High School. Senior Enrollment Presentation

Boonville R-I High School. Senior Enrollment Presentation Boonville R-I High School Senior Enrollment Presentation Enrollment Form Unit of Credit Course Selection Teacher Approval Teacher Comments Communication Arts Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective

More information

Computer Science Associate in Science Degree Plan 2015-2016

Computer Science Associate in Science Degree Plan 2015-2016 Computer Science Associate in Science Degree Plan 2015-2016 Total Degree Credits 62 Note: Curricula listed on degree plan are suggested. Students should consult with their advisor concerning their unique

More information

WELCOME TO WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL

WELCOME TO WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL WELCOME TO WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 2019 tbarnard@wcs.k12.in.us remember to update parent email info 1 Choices Are you ready for all of the choices that you have to make? The things you do in high

More information

Pre-Occupational Therapy Associate in Science Degree Plan 2015-2016

Pre-Occupational Therapy Associate in Science Degree Plan 2015-2016 Pre-Occupational Therapy Associate in Science Degree Plan 2015-2016 Total Degree Credits 62 Note: Curricula listed on degree plan are suggested. Students should consult with their advisor concerning their

More information

SCHEDULING PRESENTATION

SCHEDULING PRESENTATION SCHEDULING PRESENTATION Class of 2017 Credits Earn 1 credit for every semester class you pass. Passing is a D- Should have 20 by end of soph. year to be on track for Core 40 Need to make up credits? Summer

More information

COURSE SELECTION PROCESS

COURSE SELECTION PROCESS COURSE SELECTION PROCESS Franklin Central High School Our vision is to have the most sought after graduates by colleges, universities, and the world of work! Diploma Options Class of 2016+ Core 40 Requirements

More information

Accounting Associate in Arts Degree Plan 2015-2016

Accounting Associate in Arts Degree Plan 2015-2016 Accounting Associate in Arts Degree Plan 2015-2016 Total Degree Credits 61-65 Note: Curricula listed on degree plan are suggested. Students should consult with their advisor concerning their unique transfer

More information

AMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES

AMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES 11-12 Butler Tech Online Course Purchase Form Teacher Provided by Butler Tech Online School: Foundation CP Course Course Online Online Check Box to BTOL Course Name ENGLISH English 9 A English 9 B English

More information

Course Code Course Name Course Type Summer 2015 11.3320001 Advanced Web Design A CTAE 11.3320000 Advanced Web Design AB CTAE 11.3320002 Advanced Web

Course Code Course Name Course Type Summer 2015 11.3320001 Advanced Web Design A CTAE 11.3320000 Advanced Web Design AB CTAE 11.3320002 Advanced Web Course Code Course Name Course Type Summer 2015 11.3320001 Advanced Web Design A CTAE 11.3320000 Advanced Web Design AB CTAE 11.3320002 Advanced Web Design B CTAE 11.3160001 AP Computer Science A - A CTAE

More information

SUNCOAST COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL Four Year Plans 2013-2014

SUNCOAST COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL Four Year Plans 2013-2014 SUNCOAST COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL Four Year Plans 2013-2014 Computer Science Academy (CS) (2/25/13) AP English Literature and Composition Dual Enrollment English or English 4 Honors AP World History or AP

More information

Oklahoma 2015-2016 Supplemental Online Course Informa on* Contact your local school district to enroll. Course Title Discipline Grade Levels

Oklahoma 2015-2016 Supplemental Online Course Informa on* Contact your local school district to enroll. Course Title Discipline Grade Levels 101 Ways to Write a Short Story Language Arts 07,08,09,10,11,12 10th-Grade English Language Arts 10 11th-Grade English Language Arts 11 12th-Grade English Language Arts 12 1960s America Social Studies

More information

WPCC Academic Advising Manual Transfer Associate Degree - Crosswalk

WPCC Academic Advising Manual Transfer Associate Degree - Crosswalk WPCC Academic Advising Manual Transfer Associate Degree - Crosswalk ANT 210 General Anthropology: Cultural ANT 210 General Anthropology ANT 215 General Anthropology: Physical ANT 230 Physical Anthropology

More information

SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING & MATHEMATICS (STEM) ENDORSEMENT A STEM

SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING & MATHEMATICS (STEM) ENDORSEMENT A STEM SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING & MATHEMATICS (STEM) ENDORSEMENT A STEM endorsement can be earned by completing the foundation program general endorsement requirements including algebra II, chemistry,

More information

GWINNETT ONLINE CAMPUS COURSE OFFERINGS

GWINNETT ONLINE CAMPUS COURSE OFFERINGS Sem: 8/14-12/10/15 (registration 7/15-8/7/15) Sem: 1/19/16-5/12/16 (registration 9/8/15-1/8/16) : 9/14-12/10/15 (registration 8/10-9/2/15) : 2/9-5/12/16 (registration 1/11-1/29/16) Note: mum enrollment

More information

Educational Planning for Fallon Middle School Students. Looking forward to 7 th grade and beyond

Educational Planning for Fallon Middle School Students. Looking forward to 7 th grade and beyond Educational Planning for Fallon Middle School Students Looking forward to 7 th grade and beyond March 2010 Agenda Attendance Issues Grade Point Average My Middle School Transcript Academic and Elective

More information

Classes Offered for Honors Spring 2015 Fall 2014 Summer 2014 Spring 2014 Fall 2013

Classes Offered for Honors Spring 2015 Fall 2014 Summer 2014 Spring 2014 Fall 2013 Spring 2015 Fall 2014 Summer 2014 Spring 2014 Fall 2013 Acting II 2 D Design Art History I Adv Basic Pol Sci IV 2D Design American Political Systems Am Hist II Child Dev. American History II Advanced Basic

More information

Political Science - Social & Behavioral Sciences Associate in Arts Degree Plan 2015-2016

Political Science - Social & Behavioral Sciences Associate in Arts Degree Plan 2015-2016 Political Science - Social & Behavioral Sciences Associate in Arts Degree Plan 2015-2016 Total Degree Credits 60 Note: Curricula listed on degree plan are suggested. Students should consult with their

More information

Criminal Justice - Social & Behavorial Sciences Associate in Arts Degree Plan 2015-2016

Criminal Justice - Social & Behavorial Sciences Associate in Arts Degree Plan 2015-2016 Criminal Justice - Social & Behavorial Sciences Associate in Arts Degree Plan 2015-2016 Total Degree Credits 60-61 Note: Curricula listed on degree plan are suggested. Students should consult with their

More information

Minimum College Admission Standards (Revised 09/2014) College Academic Distribution Requirements

Minimum College Admission Standards (Revised 09/2014) College Academic Distribution Requirements English Distribution Requirements (CADR) Meeting the CADRs, if taken in high school Meeting the CADRs through college coursework College Academic Distribution Requirements (CADRs) coursework NOTE: Previous

More information

THE HALSTROM DIFFERENCE

THE HALSTROM DIFFERENCE WHAT S SO DIFFERENT ABOUT HALSTROM? THE HALSTROM DIFFERENCE 1 ONE-TO-ONE INSTRUCTION s classrooms consist of only one student and one teacher. At, you will benefit from quality, personalized one-to-one

More information

HATHAWAY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM SUCCESS CURRICULUM COURSE VERIFICATION WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION ALGEBRA 1 ALGEBRA II GEOMETRY

HATHAWAY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM SUCCESS CURRICULUM COURSE VERIFICATION WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION ALGEBRA 1 ALGEBRA II GEOMETRY WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Big Horn CSD 4 307-568-2416 ALGEBRA 1 Algebra 1 02052G x Confirm 204055 Cloud Peak Middle School Algebra 1 02052G x Confirm Advanced Algebra I x Confirm ALGEBRA II Algebra

More information

AHLT 121 Ethics and Health Care (Formerly 04121) 2 PHIL 0000 Non-Equivalent* 2

AHLT 121 Ethics and Health Care (Formerly 04121) 2 PHIL 0000 Non-Equivalent* 2 TITLE PITT JOHNSTOWN TITLE AHLT 121 Ethics and Health Care (Formerly 04121) 2 PHIL 0000 Non-Equivalent* 2 ART 101 Art Appreciation (Formerly 03101) 3 FA 0010 Introduction to Art 3 ART 103 Introduction

More information

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES AND PATHWAYS

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES AND PATHWAYS CAREER OPPORTUNITIES AND PATHWAYS The Cherry Hill Schools offer a wide array of courses to meet the ever changing demands of the 21st century. The schools are committed to providing students with opportunities

More information

Global Academy: Online High School Course

Global Academy: Online High School Course 1 Global Academy: Online High School Course BU124 Accelerated Office Applications CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION Prerequisite: Recommend keyboarding speed of 30 words per minute. This course will meet the

More information

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS EARNING A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA!

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS EARNING A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA! Welcome Parents! GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS EARNING A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA! Earning Credits What is a credit? - a unit earned per class passed - determined by hours in class 1 = full year ½ = semester ¼ =

More information

EAST HIGH SCHOOL S AP AND CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT OFFERINGS

EAST HIGH SCHOOL S AP AND CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT OFFERINGS AP Courses are classes taught at the college level. All AP courses lead to a comprehensive exam in May. Based on a student s AP test score and the college the student chooses to attend, college credit

More information

FINANCIAL AID UC/CSU A-G REQUIREMENTS. A History/Social Science 1 year US History. 2 years (3 years recommended) Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry

FINANCIAL AID UC/CSU A-G REQUIREMENTS. A History/Social Science 1 year US History. 2 years (3 years recommended) Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 10 Universities: UC Berkeley UC Davis UC Irvine UC Los Angeles UC Merced UC Riverside UC San Diego UC San Francisco UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Cruz FINANCIAL AID Financial Aid is

More information

EAST LOS ANGELES COLLEGE. AZUSA PACIFIC UNIVERSITY Articulation and General Studies Guidelines

EAST LOS ANGELES COLLEGE. AZUSA PACIFIC UNIVERSITY Articulation and General Studies Guidelines to Articulation and General Studies Guidelines Any course not listed but that is designated as CSU or UC transferable in the East Los Angeles College catalog will transfer to APU as unit credit only. Only

More information

Class of 2018 Graduation Requirements

Class of 2018 Graduation Requirements 8 th Grade Parent Orientation January 23, 2014 Class of 2018 Graduation Requirements Language Arts Core Credits 4 Science Core Credits 4 Mathematics Core Credits 4 Social Studies Core Credits 4 World Language

More information

Course Selection for 2016-17

Course Selection for 2016-17 Course Selection for 2016-17 You can access Course Planner through the district website www.slcs.us select South Lyon East High School. The link Career Cruising/Course Planner is under Career Cruising

More information

Medical Laboratory Technician Associate in Science (Traditional) Degree Plan 2015-2016

Medical Laboratory Technician Associate in Science (Traditional) Degree Plan 2015-2016 Medical Laboratory Technician Associate in Science (Traditional) Degree Plan 2015-2016 Total Degree Credits 79-88 Freshman Year - Fall Semester Freshman Year - Spring Semester MLS 101 Introduction to Medical

More information

CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK,

CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK, ` CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK, SCHOOLS OF STUDY, AND MAJORS SMAJORS Wando High School 1000 Warrior Way Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29466 (843) 881-8200 www.wandohigh.com Sherry M. Eppelsheimer, Interim Principal

More information

Associate of Arts and Science Degree Worksheet 2011-2012 Academic Year

Associate of Arts and Science Degree Worksheet 2011-2012 Academic Year Associate of Arts and Science Degree Worksheet 2011-2012 Academic Year Student Name: Placement Test Results (if applicable): MATH - ENGLISH - If you have any questions about degree requirements, please

More information

Columbus North High School CLASS OF 2019. Freshman Course Guide

Columbus North High School CLASS OF 2019. Freshman Course Guide Columbus North High School CLASS OF 2019 Freshman Course Guide The freshman year in English includes a study of various literary genres: short stories, poems, novellas, plays and novels. Freshmen students

More information

COLLEGE PREP PROGRAM 9 TH GRADE

COLLEGE PREP PROGRAM 9 TH GRADE COLLEGE PREP PROGRAM 9 TH GRADE English Algebra or geometry Biology Ancient Civilizations French or Spanish, level 1 or 2 Foundation Art Concert Band, Orchestra, Chorus, Theater Arts Foundation Skills

More information

CAREER PATHWAY GUIDE

CAREER PATHWAY GUIDE Pathway: Visual Art and Design Mentor: Kim Short Recommended Grade Pathway Electives: (Select one or more of the following courses to determine 3D Design (.5) Technical Ceramics 1 (.5) Web Design 1 (.5)

More information

WAKELAND HIGH SCHOOL & FISD ENDORSEMENT GUIDE

WAKELAND HIGH SCHOOL & FISD ENDORSEMENT GUIDE WAKELAND HIGH SCHOOL FISD ENDORSEMENT GUIDE The Distinguished Level of Achievement (DLA) graduation plan is the FISD default graduation plan. The core of this plan is also known as the 4 x 4 where students

More information

ONLINE up in the library February 27 28 during THEOLOGY class. This is only 3 weeks away!!

ONLINE up in the library February 27 28 during THEOLOGY class. This is only 3 weeks away!! Sophomore Year Students will request sophomore classes ONLINE up in the library on Thursday or Friday, February 27 or 28 during THEOLOGY class. This is only 3 weeks away!! Registration Fee Reserves one

More information

MONMOUTH COLLEGE HIGHLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE EQUIVALENCY GUIDE 2/19/14 COURSE CREDIT

MONMOUTH COLLEGE HIGHLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE EQUIVALENCY GUIDE 2/19/14 COURSE CREDIT The following is a guide for transferring from Highland Community College to Monmouth College. This guide is based on the 2013-2014 academic catalogs at both institutions. Please contact Kristi Hippen

More information

2013-2014 Course Provider Catalog K-12 Providers August 20, 2013

2013-2014 Course Provider Catalog K-12 Providers August 20, 2013 ABC Training Face2Face NCCER Carpentry Level 1 $ 550.00 $ 550.00 20 19251 Highland Road, Baton Rouge, La. 70810 High ABC Training Face2Face NCCER Carpentry Level 2 $ 550.00 $ 550.00 20 19251 Highland Road,

More information

Transfer Guide. Advanced Composition ENG 162 3 Writing & Speaking (GWS) ENGL 202C (GWS) 3 Direct

Transfer Guide. Advanced Composition ENG 162 3 Writing & Speaking (GWS) ENGL 202C (GWS) 3 Direct Transfer Guide Westmoreland County Community College Associate in Arts in Computer Science/Information Systems Penn State Baccalaureate of Science in Information Sciences and Technology The evaluation

More information

HIGHER EDUCATION ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS

HIGHER EDUCATION ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS HIGHER EDUCATION ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS 2013-2014 In 2012-2013, the state required each district to map their courses to a State Code for the Exchange of Data (SCED). This mapping created new course numbers

More information

Dakota Nursing Program Practical Nursing to Associate Degree Nursing Associate in Applied Science Degree Plan 2015-2016

Dakota Nursing Program Practical Nursing to Associate Degree Nursing Associate in Applied Science Degree Plan 2015-2016 Dakota Nursing Program Practical Nursing to Associate Degree Nursing Associate in Applied Science Degree Plan 2015-2016 Total Program Credits 73 Total Degree Credits 60 Fall Semester Spring Semester General

More information

TO Pike Central High School

TO Pike Central High School TO Pike Central High School Principal: Mrs. Fiscus Assistant Principal: Mrs. Tharp Athletic Director: Mr. Hewig Resource Officer: Mr. McKinney Freshman Counselors: Mr. Hadley : A-J Mrs. Ruxer: K-Z Social

More information

Scappoose High School Graduation Requirements. Scappoose High School Class of 2008 Scholars Diploma

Scappoose High School Graduation Requirements. Scappoose High School Class of 2008 Scholars Diploma PURPOSE OF THE CIM The purpose of the Certificate of Initial Mastery (CIM) is to assure that each student has mastered key academic knowledge and skills at high proficiency levels. This purpose emphasizes

More information

Morningside College----Northeast Community College 2014-2015 Transfer Guide

Morningside College----Northeast Community College 2014-2015 Transfer Guide Morningside College----Northeast Community College 2014-2015 Transfer Guide The transfer guide is designed to help Northeast Community Colleges students who wish to transfer to Morningside College identify

More information

College Academic Distribution Requirements (CADRs)

College Academic Distribution Requirements (CADRs) College Academic Distribution Requirements (CADRs) Included in Appendix A of the Admission Standards Policy Effective: January 1, 2016, except where noted. Washington Student Achievement Council CADRs

More information

8 th Grade Student/Parent High School Registration Information Night

8 th Grade Student/Parent High School Registration Information Night 8 th Grade Student/Parent High School Registration Information Night 1 TCHS COUNSELING DEPARTMENT Mrs. Frances David, Director of Counseling personal counseling college advising scholarships academic counseling

More information

Asnuntuck Community College Courses that Will Transfer to Trinity College. Financial Accounting Managerial Accounting Principles of Cost Accounting

Asnuntuck Community College Courses that Will Transfer to Trinity College. Financial Accounting Managerial Accounting Principles of Cost Accounting 1 Asnuntuck Community College Courses that Will Transfer to Trinity College Accounting ACC *100 ACC *115 ACC *118 ACC *233 ACC *241 ACC *275 ACC *276 Anthropology ANT *101 ANT *111 Basic Accounting Financial

More information

Certification Area(s) From Course Code Directory 14-15

Certification Area(s) From Course Code Directory 14-15 Courses/Code ART M/J Creative Photography I (0102040) AP Art History (0100300) Art History and Criticism Honors (0100330) Creative Photography I (0108310) BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY M/J Keyboarding (8200110)

More information

BARSTOW COMMUNITY COLLEGE. AZUSA PACIFIC UNIVERSITY Articulation and General Studies Guidelines

BARSTOW COMMUNITY COLLEGE. AZUSA PACIFIC UNIVERSITY Articulation and General Studies Guidelines BARSTOW COMMUNITY COLLEGE to Articulation and General Studies Guidelines Any course not listed but that is designated as CSU or UC transferable in the Barstow Community College catalog will transfer to

More information

GUIDELINES RELATED TO SCHEDULING

GUIDELINES RELATED TO SCHEDULING GUIDELINES RELATED TO SCHEDULING SENIOR PRIVILEGE AM/ SENIOR PRIVILEGE PM Seniors who can meet ALL graduation requirements with a shortened schedule, and who have confirmation that personal transportation

More information

UL LAFAYETTE - SLCC COURSE EVALUATION INDEX. 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 YEAR

UL LAFAYETTE - SLCC COURSE EVALUATION INDEX. 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 YEAR SLCC COURSE UL-LAFAYETTE EQUIVALENT COURSE PAGE 1 UL LAFAYETTE - SLCC COURSE EVALUATION INDEX 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 YEAR NOTE: The equivalencies contained in this index represent the best efforts of

More information

UL LAFAYETTE - SLCC COURSE EVALUATION INDEX 2010-2011 YEAR

UL LAFAYETTE - SLCC COURSE EVALUATION INDEX 2010-2011 YEAR UL LAFAYETTE - SLCC COURSE EVALUATION INDEX 2010-2011 YEAR NOTE: The equivalencies contained in this index represent the best efforts of the two institutions to establish "course content equivalency."

More information

Comparison Chart: Connecticut Community College Nursing Program. Central Connecticut State University

Comparison Chart: Connecticut Community College Nursing Program. Central Connecticut State University Comparison Chart: Connecticut Community College Nursing Program (CT-CCNP) & Central Connecticut State University RN-BSN Program Course Number Central Connecticut State University Course Title CR Course

More information

AP COURSE & COLLEGE OF THE SISKIYOUS ONLINE COURSE INFORMATION

AP COURSE & COLLEGE OF THE SISKIYOUS ONLINE COURSE INFORMATION BISHOP O DOWD HIGH SCHOOL AP COURSE & COLLEGE OF THE SISKIYOUS ONLINE COURSE INFORMATION AP Courses -- The College Board offers advanced placement exams in a variety of disciplines. This coursework is

More information

Course Selection Class of 2016

Course Selection Class of 2016 Course Selection Class of 2016 2014-2015 School Year High School Graduation Requirements English--4 Credits Math 3 Credits Science 3 Credits Phy Ed 1.5 Credits Health.5 Credits Personal Finance.5 Credits

More information

WELCOME TO PHS CLASS OF 2017

WELCOME TO PHS CLASS OF 2017 WELCOME TO PHS CLASS OF 2017 Course Registration for 2013-2014 CALENDAR March 5 th 8 th Grade Family Night March 12 th PHS Band Night March 12 th & 13 th PHS Counseling Office Open House March 11 th thru

More information

Santa Fe High School 2013-2014 Programs of Study

Santa Fe High School 2013-2014 Programs of Study Santa Fe High School 2013-2014 Programs of Study Graduation Requirements - Class of 2017 Credits: 24.5 units 4 units English 4 units Math (One Unit = or > Algebra II) 3 units Science (2 w/lab) 3.5 units

More information

PROGRAM LEVELS at COMMACK HIGH SCHOOL CO-ENROLLED CLASSES COLLEGE CREDITS THROUGH SENIOR YEAR PROGRAMS IN HIGH SCHOOL

PROGRAM LEVELS at COMMACK HIGH SCHOOL CO-ENROLLED CLASSES COLLEGE CREDITS THROUGH SENIOR YEAR PROGRAMS IN HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM LEVELS at COMMACK HIGH SCHOOL REGENTS Designed to meet the needs of those students who can follow the regular New York State Education Department Syllabus, the Regents Program offers a Regents

More information

JUNIOR & SENIOR COURSE SELECTION HANDBOOK 2015-2016

JUNIOR & SENIOR COURSE SELECTION HANDBOOK 2015-2016 HUNTER COLLEGE CAMPUS HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR & SENIOR COURSE SELECTION HANDBOOK 2015-2016 Hunter College High School 71 East 94 th Street New York, NY 10128 1 Course Requirements 10 th grade 11 th grade 12

More information

ACT 100 BASIC ACCOUNTING 3 ELECTIVE ACT 151 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II 3 ACCT 202 INTRODUCTORY ACCOUNTING II 3

ACT 100 BASIC ACCOUNTING 3 ELECTIVE ACT 151 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II 3 ACCT 202 INTRODUCTORY ACCOUNTING II 3 ACCOUNTING ACT 100 BASIC ACCOUNTING 3 ELECTIVE ACT 101 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I 3 ACCT 201 INTRODUCTORY ACCOUNTING I 3 ACT 151 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II 3 ACCT 202 INTRODUCTORY ACCOUNTING II 3 ACT

More information

University of La Verne and LA Harbor Community College General Education Transfer Agreement Plan 2013-2014

University of La Verne and LA Harbor Community College General Education Transfer Agreement Plan 2013-2014 IMPORTANT NOTICE: Students who matriculate into the University of La Verne and who are fully certified for the California State University General Education-Breadth (CSU-GE) pattern or the Intersegmental

More information

DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS

DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS Mr. Gary Moeller, Interim Department Head Mr. Bryce Brimer Dr. Hugh Foley Dr. Michael McKeon Ms. Anh-Thuy Nguyen Dr. Kirk Weller THE MISSION AND GOALS OF

More information

SENIOR YEAR SCHEDULING. Class of 2016 PRESENTATION

SENIOR YEAR SCHEDULING. Class of 2016 PRESENTATION SENIOR YEAR SCHEDULING Class of 2016 PRESENTATION CORE 40 = 44 TOTAL CREDITS English 8 credits Math 6 credits Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II Science 6 credits Biology I, Core 40 science, Chemistry or

More information

Claremont Unified School District 170 West San Jose Avenue, Claremont, CA 91711-2697 (909) 398-0609

Claremont Unified School District 170 West San Jose Avenue, Claremont, CA 91711-2697 (909) 398-0609 Claremont Unified School District 170 West San Jose Avenue, Claremont, CA 91711-2697 (909) 398-0609 AGENDA ITEM XI. C. 1. 5-20-10 Memorandum To: Board of Education Date: May 20, 2010 From: Terry L. Nichols,

More information

HATHAWAY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM SUCCESS CURRICULUM COURSE VERIFICATION WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

HATHAWAY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM SUCCESS CURRICULUM COURSE VERIFICATION WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION HATHAWAY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM SUCCESS CURRICULUM COURSE VERIFICATION WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION District: Goshen CSD 1 Contact Name: Donna Fields Contact Phone #: 307-532-2171 Contact Email: dfields@goshen1.org

More information

Early College Programs. Becky Ballbach Director, Student Support Programs October 21-23, 2014

Early College Programs. Becky Ballbach Director, Student Support Programs October 21-23, 2014 Early College Programs Becky Ballbach Director, Student Support Programs October 21-23, 2014 When? Who? Where? What? Why? How? Why? Momentum for College and Career Rigorous Coursework in High School The

More information

SOUTH DAKOTA OPPPORTUNITY SCHOLARSHIP

SOUTH DAKOTA OPPPORTUNITY SCHOLARSHIP 1 APPROVED COURSES 4 UNITS OF ENGLISH English s that Meet the SD Opportunity Scholarship Criteria (s with major emphasis upon grammar, composition, or literary analysis. One year of debate instruction

More information

ALLAN HANCOCK COLLEGE. AZUSA PACIFIC UNIVERSITY Articulation and General Education Guidelines

ALLAN HANCOCK COLLEGE. AZUSA PACIFIC UNIVERSITY Articulation and General Education Guidelines to Articulation and General Education Guidelines Any course not listed in this agreement but that is designated as CSU or UC transferable in the Allan Hancock College catalog will transfer to APU as unit

More information

https://doorways.ucop.edu/list/app/institutionsearch-flow;jsessionid=1b814c520923318... Web Site: www.tamdistrict.org/redwood Special Program(s):

https://doorways.ucop.edu/list/app/institutionsearch-flow;jsessionid=1b814c520923318... Web Site: www.tamdistrict.org/redwood Special Program(s): Redwood igh School Tamalpais Union igh David Sondheim, Principal Street Address: 395 Doherty Drive, Larkspur, CA 94939-1536 Mailing Address: 395 Doherty Drive, Larkspur, CA 94939-1536 Phone: (415) 94-600

More information

+ + = Memorial Ridge Shore MHS WELCOME! Mentor High School Class of

+ + = Memorial Ridge Shore MHS WELCOME! Mentor High School Class of + + = Memorial Ridge Shore MHS WELCOME! Mentor High School Class of 2019 Welcome & Introductions High School Principal Mr. Wade 9 th Grade Unit Principal Mrs. Chin School Counselors Mr. Nemunaitis A-L

More information