SEVEN LAKES HIGH SCHOOL. Course Selection Process

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "SEVEN LAKES HIGH SCHOOL. Course Selection Process"

Transcription

1 SEVEN LAKES HIGH SCHOOL Course Selection Process

2 CALENDAR: SLHS COURSE SELECTION PROCESS Jan 30: Feb.4: Students receive course selection information during Spartan time. Completed course selection worksheet due to English teachers (with required teacher signatures and parent signatures). Feb. 9-27: Counselors will be meeting with 9 th, 10 th and 11 th grade students during English classes. 2

3 PLANNING GUIDE CONTENTS High School Graduation Requirements (pg. 9) For current 10 th 11 th graders High School Course Descriptions (pg ) Miller Career Center Courses (pg ) 3

4 4

5 5

6 PROFILE OF A SUCCESSFUL PREAP STUDENT Meets PreAP entry guidelines Professes interest in subject selected Develops and maintains excellent study skills/habits Asks for assistance when needed Plans/works ahead on long term projects Asks questions and participates in class Perseveres when faced w/ challenging material Carefully considers time commitments and balances academic load w/ family and outside commitments 6

7 ENTRANCE GUIDELINES FOR HIGH SCHOOL PREAP/AP COURSES Prerequisite coursework must be successfully completed. Current or previous performance in related content area course: An A semester average in an academic course OR a B or better semester average in a PreAP course. For Science placement only, current or previous performance in math course: An A semester average in an academic course OR a B or better semester average in a PreAP course. Teacher recommendation Questions about PreAP or AP course placement should be directed to the student s counselor. 7

8 EXIT GUIDELINES FROM HIGH SCHOOL PREAP/AP COURSES A student may choose to exit PreAP or AP courses only during the first six-weeks grading period or at the end of the first semester (regardless of student performance) and must have teacher and parent approval. Students and parents should have the benefit of knowing the six-weeks or semester grade before making an exit decision. For one-semester courses taken during the second semester, exit is limited to the fourth six weeks. Students should consider exiting a course at the end of the first semester if they do not maintain at least a C average for the semester. Course placement for student whose average falls below a C for a six weeks grading period will be evaluated through communication which may include: the student, teacher, counselor, parent/guardian, and/or administrator. Placement decisions resulting from this communication require parent and administrator approval. Students who earn an F will be removed from the class at the end of the grading period unless otherwise recommended by the teacher and administrator. 8

9 THE ADVANCED PLACEMENT (AP) PROGRAM The AP Program offers college-level instruction to the academically successful student while in high school with the option of taking an Advanced Placement examination to possibly qualify for college credit. AP students are expected to work at an accelerated pace and to engage in outside reading and independent learning. The curriculum of AP courses is determined by College Board and focuses on preparing the student to take the Advanced Placement examination for that course. While AP courses are open to any student who wishes to take on the additional challenge of this advanced curriculum, students who choose to enroll should be prepared for the additional rigor of the course. AP and AP/GT courses concentrate on providing students with rigorous college level instruction while preparing students for the AP exams. Students are responsible for checking and ensuring that the college they are planning to attend will award credit for AP examination scores. 9

10 AP COURSES AVAILABLE AT SLHS AP English Language AP English Literature AP Calculus AP Statistics AP US History AP Human Geography AP US Government AP Economics AP European History AP World History AP Psychology AP Biology AP Chemistry AP Physics AP Environmental Science AP Computer Science AP French Language AP German Language AP Spanish Language AP Spanish Literature AP Japanese Language AP Chinese Language AP Music Theory AP Art History AP Studio Art Drawing AP 2-Dimensional Design Portfolio 10

11 DUAL CREDIT COURSES Dual credit courses are offered through Houston Community College and are taught on the SLHS campus. Students receive high school and college credit. Enrollment in HCC dual credit courses are subject to the student meeting all enrollment requirements. A mandatory meeting in the Spring will explain requirements and procedures. Please check the SLHS website for the date and time. Dual Credit US History (11) Dual Credit English 4 (12) Dual Credit US Government (12) Dual Credit Economics (12) Dual Credit College Algebra (11-12) Dual Credit Elements of Calculus w/ Applications (12) Dual Credit Trigonometry (12) 11

12 COURSE SELECTION WORKSHEET ENGLISH (Required) MATHEMATICS (Required) SCIENCE (Required) 0101 English Algebra Biology 0102 English Geometry 0412 Biology PreAP 0103 English Geometry PreAP 0410 Biology PreAP/GT 0404 Integrated Physics & Chemistry (IPC) 0104 English Geometry PreAP/GT 0111 English 1 PreAP 0236 Math Models 0404 If selected, must precede Chem and Physics 0112 English 2 PreAP 0236 If selected, must precede Algebra Chemistry 0113 AP English Lang (11) 0261 Algebra Chemistry PreAP 0114 AP English Lit (12) 0262 Algebra 2 PreAP 0420 Chemistry PreAP/GT 0107 English 1 PreAP/GT 0263 Algebra 2 PreAP/GT 0431 Physics 0108 English 2 PreAP/GT 0466 AP Physics 1 (11-12) 0109 AP English Lang GT (11) MATH (Additional Options) 0467 AP Physics 1 GT (11-12) 0110 AP English Lit GT (12) 0264 Topics In Math 0119 English 4 Dual Cr (12) 0283 Precalculus SCIENCE (Additional Options) 0284 Precalculus PreAP 0413 Forensic Science (11-12) 0287 Precalculus PreAP/GT 0415 Anatomy & Physiology (11-12) ENGLISH (Additional Options) 0277 AP Calculus AB 0416 AP Biology (11-12) 011 (5-8) Academic Decathlon AP Calculus BC 0417 AP Biology GT (11-12) Humanities PreAP/IND ENG PreAP 0280 AP Calculus BC/GT 0426 AP Chemistry (11-12) 0122 English 1 ESOL 0293 AP Statistics 0427 AP Chemistry GT (11-12) 0128 Practical Writing (ESOL) 0294 AP Statistics GT 0468 AP Physics 2 (11-12) 0123 English 2 ESOL 0213 Dual Credit College Algebra (fall) 0469 AP Physics 2 GT (11-12) 0129 Creative Writing (ESOL) 0291 Dual Credit Elements of Calculus (spr) 0440 Aquatic Science (11-12) 0297 Strategic Learning Math - elective credit 1701 College Readiness - SAT/ACT Prep (sem) 0461 Earth and Space Science (11-12) only 0453 Environmental Systems (11-12) 0454 AP Environmental Sci (11-12) READING 17 1 Reading 1, 2, 3, 4 - Read AP Environmental Sci GT (11-12) 17 2 Reading 1, 2, 3, 4 - Strategic Reading 1741 and 1742 are local credit only OTHER LANGUAGES 6110 French 1 SOCIAL STUDIES (Required) 0341 W Geography 6120 French 2 JOURNALISM 0343 W Geography PreAP 6130 French 3 PreAP Instructor approval required 0344 W Geography PreAP/GT 6140 AP French Language 1610 Journalism 0301 W History 6210 German Adv Journ Yearbook 1, 2, W History PreAP 6220 German Adv Journ Newspaper 1, 2, AP W History 6230 German 3 PreAP 1640 Photojournalism (sem) 0306 AP W History GT 6240 AP German Language 0311 US History 6319 Spanish 1 WRITING 0312 AP US History (11) 6320 Spanish Creative Writing (11-12) 0314 AP US History GT (11) 6329 Spanish US History (Dual Credit) (11) 6330 Spanish 3 PreAP SPEECH 0321 US Government (12) (sem) 6340 AP Spanish Language 1520 Professional Communications 0322 AP US Govt & Politics (12) (sem) 6350 AP Spanish Literature (sem)(required) 152 Oral Interpretation 1, 2, /6362 Span-Span Spkr 1 (fall) / AP US Govt & Politics GT (12) (sem) (elective) (spr) 153 Debate 1, 2, 3 (elective only) 0324 US Govt Dual Credit (12) (sem) 6363/6355 Span-Span Spkr 3 PreAP (fall) /4 AP (spr) 1534 Ind Study in Speech (Debate 4) 0331 Economics (12) (sem) 6420 Japanese AP Macro Economics (12) 6425 Japanese 3 PreAP 0337 AP Macro Economics GT (12) 6426 AP Japanese Language HEALTH 0505 Health Education (sem) (required) 0334 Economics (Dual Credit) (12) 6710 American Sign Language American Sign Language 2 0, 0, 61, 7, 1, 274, 77, 12 SOCIAL STUDIES (Electives) 6712 American Sign Language AP European History (11-12) 6810 Chinese Sociology (11-12) (sem) 6811 Chinese Psychology (10-12) (sem) 6812 Chinese 3 Pre AP 0362 AP Psychology (11-12) (sem) 6813 AP Chinese Language 0363 Psych Dual Credit (11-12) (sem) 0345 AP Human Geography (10-12) (sem) 0090 Teen Leadership (sem) 0091 Teen Leadership 2 (sem) 0080 PAL 1 (11-12) application / interview required 0081 PAL 2 (12) application / interview required LIST THREE ALTERNATE SELECTIONS BELOW (1) (2) (3) 12

13 ENGLISH COURSE SELECTION 13

14 MATH COURSE SELECTION NOTE: ALL STUDENTS MUST MEET THE 4X4 REQUIREMENT OF 4 YEARS OF MATH FOR ALL CURRENT HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS. Current Math Course Recommended Math Course Academic Algebra I Academic Geometry PAP Geometry Academic Algebra II PAP Algebra II Academic Pre Calculus PAP Pre Calculus AP Calculus AB o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Academic Geometry Unless outstanding average (high A average) PAP Geometry Teacher recommendation for PAP Academic Algebra II If grade is 77 or above Math Models with Applications If grade is 77 or below PAP Algebra II If grade is 75 or above Academic Algebra II If grade is 75 or below Academic Pre Calculus If grade is 85 or above Topics in Mathematics If grade is 85 or below PAP Pre Calculus If grade is 75 or above Academic Pre Calculus If grade is below 75 (There are three choices) AB Calculus If grade is 85 or above AP Stats If grade is 80 or above HCC BC Calculus If grade is 85 or above AB Calculus If grade is AP Stats If grade is HCC Students who take AP Calculus AB are NOT eligible to take the first semester of AP Calculus BC as the course content is the same. As a result, please choose a half credit course (academic or AP) for the fall semester and then AP Calculus BC for the spring semester 14

15 SCIENCE COURSE SELECTION BIO IPC CHEM PHYS BIO CHEM PHYS Elective/AP Course Note: ALL students must meet the 4x4 requirement of 4 years of science for 10 th 11 th grade high school students, including physics. 15

16 SOCIAL STUDIES COURSE SELECTION 16

17 1711 Reading Reading Reading College Readiness & Study Skills (SAT & ACT prep) (1 sem ) Grades

18 JOURNALISM 1610 Journalism 162_ Adv. Journalism Yearbook 1, 2, 3 163_ Adv. Journalism Newspaper 1,2, Photojournalism 18

19 WRITING 1840 Creative Writing (11-12) (Full year or semester) 19

20 SPEECH REQUIRED Required for current 10 th 11 th graders 1520 Professional Communications the required course (semester) 20

21 SPEECH ELECTIVES 1521 ORAL INTERP DEBATE I 1532 DEBATE II 1533 DEBATE III 21

22 HEALTH - COURSE 0505 Satisfies semester health graduation requirement. May take in summer school or by correspondence. Do not take if interested in Health Science Technology program at Miller Career Center. (Full year of Principles of Health Science course is prerequisite for this program. Can be taken after 9 th grade year.) 22

23 OTHER LANGUAGES 6110 FRENCH FRENCH FRENCH 3 PreAP* 6140 AP FRENCH LANG* 6150 AP FRENCH LIT 6210 GERMAN GERMAN GERMAN 3 PreAP 6240 AP GERMAN LANG 6310 SPANISH SPANISH SPANISH SPANISH 3 PreAP 6340 AP SPANISH LANG 6350 AP SPANISH LIT *6361 SP SP SP 1 (Fall) *6362 SP SP SP 2 (Spring) Spanish for *6363 SP SP SP 3 (Fall) Spanish Speakers *6355 AP SP SP SP 3 (Spring) 6425 JAPANESE 3 PreAP * 6426 AP JAPANESE LANG.* 6710 AMERICAN SIGN LANG. I 6711 AMERICAN SIGN LANG II 6810 Chinese I 6811 Chinese II 6812 Chinese III 6813 AP Chinese Language* *Taught after school. Location TBA. 23

24 FINE ARTS The last # for each course (1-4) will represent the year in this course not the grade level. *705 BAND 1 (PEQ Fall)- Wind Sym. *701 BAND 1 (Spring) Wind Sym. *706 BAND II (PEQ Fall) Symphonic *702 BAND II (Spring) Symphonic *707 BAND III (PEQ) (Fall) *703 BAND III (Spring) *708 BAND IV (PEQ Fall) Percussion *711 JAZZ BAND *7091 ORCHESTRA I Camerata (NV) *7092 ORCHESTRA II Philharmonia NV *7093 ORCHESTRA III Sinfonia (V) 721 CHOIR (Mens) 722 CHOIR (Girls) *723 CHOIR (Cantiamo) *724 CHOIR (Chorale) *725 VOCAL ENSEMBLE (Sensations) Fall *7325 AP MUSIC THEORY (11-12) 7340 MUSIC HISTORY 7411 TH ARTS TH ARTS TH ARTS TH ARTS TECH TH TECH TH TECH TH TECH TH 4 *7520 TH PRODUCTION 1 *7521 TH PRODUCTION 2 *7522 TH PRODUCTION 3 *7523 TH PRODUCTION ART 1 *757_ CERAMICS 1, 2, 3 *755_ DRAWING 1, 2, 3 *756_ PAINTING 1, 2, 3 *758_ SCULPTURE 1, 2, 3 *7508 ART 4 DRAWING *7529 AP ART HISTORY *7530 AP 2 DIMENSIONAL DESIGN PORTFOLIO *7509 AP STUDIO ART DRAWING 761 DANCE 770 DANCE (JV Dance Team) 771 DANCE (Dance Team Training) *782 DANCE (CG) (Color guard) *551 DANCE (Dance Team) 24

25 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 5421 PE IS (Boys) (sem) 5422 PE IS (Girls) (sem) 5410 PE EQ1-Off Campus ** 25

26 PE SUBSTITUTIONS Regular PE Off-Campus PE Trainer Dance Team Fall Semester of band (marching band) Fall Semester of color guard Cheerleading Athletics 26

27 ATHLETICS 510 Football Boys (PEQ) 511 Basketball Boys (PEQ) 512 Track Boys (PEQ) 513 Baseball Boys (PEQ) 545 Wrestling (PEQ) 515 Soccer Boys (PEQ) 516 Cross Country Boys (PEQ) 517 Golf (PEQ) 518 Swimming (PEQ) 519 Tennis (PEQ) 520 Volleyball Girls (PEQ) 521 Basketball Girls (PEQ) 522 Track Girls (PEQ) 523 Softball Girls (PEQ) 525 Soccer Girls (PEQ) 526 Cross Country Girls (PEQ) *5419 PE EQ1 Trainer *5429 PE EQ2 Trainer *5439 PE EQ3 Trainer *5440 PE EQ4 Trainer 5302 Cheerleading (PEQ) (1 st year only) 550 Dance Team Girls (PEQ) 781 PE Colorguard 1,2 (FALL) 27

28 TECHNOLOGY 2002 DIGCOMM IN 21 ST CENTURY (Spartan Time TV) Teacher Approval Required 2005 DIGITAL ART & ANIMATION (*satisfies Fine Arts requirement) 2009 ADV. DIGITAL ART & ANIMATION

29 COMPUTER SCIENCE 2000 COMPUTER SCI AP COMPUTER SCI A (AP TACS 1) 2001 COMPUTER SCI Structure (TACS 2) PreAP 2020 COMPUTER SCI Independent Study PreAP 2025 Computer Science Mobile Applications 29

30 AGRICULTURE SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION FOUNDATION COURSES 8110 PRINCIPLES OF AG, FOOD & NATURAL RESOURCES (App AG Sci & Tech)(9-12) LEADERSHIP COURSES 8120 PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS IN AGRIBUSINESS (Personal Skills Dev.) (Sem) (10-12) MECHANICS COURSES 8122 AG FACILITIES, DESIGN, FAB (AGFDFAB) 8130 AG MECHANICS & METAL TECH (Intro to AG Mechanics) (10-12) 8125 PRACTICUM IN AG, FOOD AND NATURAL RESOURCES (2 periods) Pre Requisite: Ag Mech and Metal Tech SCIENCE-BASED COURSES 8145 EQUINE SCIENCE (Sem) 8141 LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION (Animal Science) (Sem) 8144 ADVANCED ANIMAL SCIENCE (11-12) 8190 WILDLIFE, FISHERIES & ECOLOGY MANAGEMENT(Sem) 8170 SMALL ANIMAL MANAGEMENT(Sem) (10-12) HORTICULTURE COURSES 8237 PRINCIPLES AND ELEMENTS OF FLORAL DESIGN(10-12) 8160 LANDSCAPE DESIGN AND TURF GRASS MANAGEMENT (Sem) 8232 HORTICULTURE (Sem) (10-12) 30

31 ARCHITECTURE & CONSTRUCTION 8198 INTERIOR DESIGN (10-12) 8029 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 8030 ADV. ARCHITERTURAL DESIGN 31

32 ARTS, A/V TECH AND COMMUNICATION 8320 FASHION DESIGN (Apparel)(Sem) [p. 47] 8009 COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY [p. 47] 8013 ADV COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY 8031 AUDIO / VIDEO DESIGN[p. 47] 32

33 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT & ADMINISTRATION 8560 TOUCH SYSTEM DATA ENTRY (Keyboarding) (Sem) 8540 PRINCIPLES OF BUSINESS,MARKETING & FINANCE (Record keeping and Intro to Business) (9-11) 8510 BUSINESS LAW (Sem) (11-12) 8530 GLOBAL BUSINESS (Sem) (10-12) (Int. Business) 8630 SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT MKTG (Year) 8632 ENTREPRENEURSHIP (Sem) 8601 BUSINESS INFORMATION MANAGEMENT I 8622 BUSINESS INFORMATION MANAGEMENT II 8637 DIGITAL AND INTERACTIVE MEDIA 8520 CAREER PREP 1 (2 CREDITS) 8522 CAREER PREP 2 (3 CREDITS) FINANCE 8570 ACCOUNTING ACCOUNTING 2 33

34 MARKETING, SALES, & SERVICES 8632 ENTREPRENEURSHIP (SEM) 8633 SPORTS MARKETING (YEAR) 8629 FASHION MARKETING (SEM) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 8636 WEB TECHNOLOGIES

35 HEALTH SCIENCE *8093 PRINCIPLES OF HEALTH SCIENCE * 8081 HEALTH SCIENCE 1 (HST 1) **8094 HEALTH SCIENCE & CLINICAL ROTATION(2 per) (12) **8073 EMT BASIC PRACTICUM IN HEALTH SCIENCE (2 per) (12) * Teacher approval ** Application necessary (found in counselors office) 35

36 HUMAN SERVICES 8311 LIFETIME NUTRITION AND WELLNESS (Nutrition and Food Science)(Sem) The Cooking Class 8330 INTERPERSONAL STUDIES (Sem) (10-12) (Individual and Family Life) 8341 CHILD DEVELOPMENT (Sem) (11-12) 8353 PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN SERVICES (Personal and Family Development) (9-12) 8354 DOLLARS AND SENSE (Sem) (10-12) 36

37 S.T.E.M. SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING & MATH 8619 CONCEPTS OF ENGINEERING / TECH (CONCENGT) 8602 ENGINEERING DESIGN 8645 PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERING (PRINENG) 37

38 NON CREDIT COURSES 0001 Student Assistant (12 th Grade) 0020 Study Hall 0002 Work Permit/College Release (12 th Grade) 1741/1742 Reading 4 (local credit only) 530_ Cheerleading 2, 3, 4 (2 nd 4 th years) 38

39 MILLER CAREER CENTER Courses are open to KISD students classified as juniors or seniors for Certain courses with internships or work programs have an age requirement of 16 before participating in the off campus training. All students must complete the application process to be considered for acceptance. Priority deadline for applications is February 13,

40 Reminder for Seniors 2016 All correspondence courses must be completed and the final grade received in the Registrars Office by December,

41 COURSE REQUEST WORKSHEET COURSE REQUEST WORKSHEET Last Name, First MI Next Year Grade Level Parent/Guardian Signature Student Signature 1 st Semester 2 nd Semester Course # Course Name Course # Course Name Alternate electives in order of preference: Instructions: 1) Print courses requested. Make sure you complete both semesters. 2) Indicate name of course and course # for each course requested. 3) List three full credits of alternate choices in order of preference. 4) Student and parent must sign and return to your English teacher by February 6th. 41

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

ELLISON HIGH SCHOOL 2015-2016 Registration Sheet

ELLISON HIGH SCHOOL 2015-2016 Registration Sheet ELLISON HIGH SCHOOL 2015-2016 Registration Sheet GUIDANCE: Milton Amundson; Juli Fischer; Heather Moore; Crystal Morris; Sarah Noteboom; Amy Picot; TyAnna Virdell Last Name First Name I.D.# Address 2015-2016

More information

Smithson Valley High School. Class of 2018

Smithson Valley High School. Class of 2018 Smithson Valley High School Class of 2018 Class Organization Freshman- 1 st year of enrollment Sophomore- 2 nd year + 5 credits Junior- 3 rd year + 10 credits Senior- 4 th year + 18 credits STAAREnd Of

More information

9 th Grade Course Selections. Taylor High School 2014-2015

9 th Grade Course Selections. Taylor High School 2014-2015 9 th Grade Course Selections Taylor High School 2014-2015 Graduation Requirements Have Changed There are two main purposes of the changes: 1. Reduce the number of state end-of-course assessments required

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

Godley High School Class of 2019 Course Selection Guide

Godley High School Class of 2019 Course Selection Guide Godley High School Class of 09 Course Selection Guide 0-06 Plan for the future because that s where you are going to spend the rest of your life. ~Mark Twain~ TO THE STUDENTS Students: This Course Catalog

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

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

All schedule changes must be submitted in writing to the Counseling Center by May 29, 2015. Grade 9 Name: Franklin Regional Senior High School Course Selections 2015-2016 Rev 3/25/14 Students must schedule 7 periods per semester. Students wishing to take online courses must contact their counselor

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

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

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

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

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

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

Earning College Credit in High School Katy ISD offers three methods by which students may obtain college credit while in high school.

Earning College Credit in High School Katy ISD offers three methods by which students may obtain college credit while in high school. Earning in High School Katy ISD offers three methods by which students may obtain college credit while in high school. The Advanced Placement Program (page 18) The Program (page 19) Articulated Credit

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

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

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

Texas Private High School Certification. Admission to a Texas Public University Top 10 Percent Scholarship

Texas Private High School Certification. Admission to a Texas Public University Top 10 Percent Scholarship Texas Private High School Certification Admission to a Texas Public University Top 10 Percent Scholarship UPDATED 4-2014 - EFFECTIVE FALL 2014 Certification of Course Completion Equivalent BACKGROUND INFORMATION

More information

Sullivan High School. Class of 2018. Enrollment Information 2014-2015. Table of Contents:

Sullivan High School. Class of 2018. Enrollment Information 2014-2015. Table of Contents: Sullivan High School 902 N. Section Street Sullivan, IN 47882 812-268-6301 Principal: David Springer Asst. Principal/Dean: Sarah Hannon Athletic Director: Otto Clements Guidance Director: David Lisman

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

9:00 tour the building in a small group with your mentor

9:00 tour the building in a small group with your mentor ! "#$%&'#!(&!)*+$#,!-./+!0%+&&$! 1$233!&4!5678! Today you will have an opportunity to become more familiar with Buhler High School. You will take a tour of the building, stopping in elective classes to

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

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

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

School Guidelines, 2015-2016 Graduation Requirements

School Guidelines, 2015-2016 Graduation Requirements DISTINGUISHED LEVEL OF English Language Arts* Four Credits English I, II, III, and an advanced course. The fourth credit of English may be satisfied by: English IV, English Research/Technical Writing,

More information

Heritage High School Home of the Coyotes. Class of 2015 Registration for Senior Classes

Heritage High School Home of the Coyotes. Class of 2015 Registration for Senior Classes Heritage High School Home of the Coyotes Class of 2015 Registration for Senior Classes Your Four-Year Plan! Last year during registration, you should have completed your course selections for senior year!

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

Clements High School Course Selection/PSAT Presentation Future sophomores and Juniors

Clements High School Course Selection/PSAT Presentation Future sophomores and Juniors Clements High School Course Selection/PSAT Presentation Future sophomores and Juniors Using Your PSAT/NMSQT Scores to Increase College Readiness Get to Know the PSAT/NMSQT The PSAT/NMSQT is highly relevant

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

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

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

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

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

Welcome to Perrysburg High School Class of 2020. Curriculum Night

Welcome to Perrysburg High School Class of 2020. Curriculum Night Welcome to Perrysburg High School Class of 2020 Curriculum Night February 3, 2016 Tonight s Agenda requirements for graduation different academic options at PHS how to choose classes for next year how

More information

Agriculture, Foods & Natural Resources Plans: Ag Mechanic

Agriculture, Foods & Natural Resources Plans: Ag Mechanic Agriculture, Foods & Natural Resources Plans: Ag Mechanic Career Goal: Chief Executive, Teacher, Environmental Engineer, Farmer, Welder, Conservation Scientist. s Name: 5 LOTE I 5 LOTE II 6 PE 6 Fine Arts

More information

Eleanor Roosevelt High School Oxon Hill High School Charles Herbert Flowers High School

Eleanor Roosevelt High School Oxon Hill High School Charles Herbert Flowers High School Eleanor Roosevelt High School Oxon Hill High School Charles Herbert Flowers High School * 1976 225-250 students/grade level Oxon Hill High School 1982 150 students/grade level Charles Herbert Flowers

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

Texas Private High School Certification. TEXAS Grant Admission to a Texas Public University Top 10 Percent Scholarship

Texas Private High School Certification. TEXAS Grant Admission to a Texas Public University Top 10 Percent Scholarship Texas Private High School Certification TEXAS Grant Admission to a Texas Public University Top 10 Percent Scholarship UPDATED 06/2014 - EFFECTIVE FALL 2013 Certification of Course Completion Equivalent

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

Heath High School PROFILE 2009-2010. Business Name 300 Licking View Dr. Heath, Ohio 43056

Heath High School PROFILE 2009-2010. Business Name 300 Licking View Dr. Heath, Ohio 43056 300 Licking View Dr. Heath, Ohio 43056 PROFILE 2009-2010 www.heath.k12.oh.us Heath High School THE COMMUNITY The city of Heath is located in central Licking County. The city is located 35 miles east of

More information

English / LA 4 4 Math 4 3 Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II + 1 Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II (Recommended) Science 4 3. Social Studies 3 or 4* 3

English / LA 4 4 Math 4 3 Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II + 1 Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II (Recommended) Science 4 3. Social Studies 3 or 4* 3 Learners Who Entered 9 th Grade in the Fall of 2014 and Thereafter (2016-17 Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors) GRADUATION SUMMARY SHEET See Pages 10-17 for Details All learners entering CHS will be on

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 Curriculum Certification Admission to a Texas Public University OR Top 10 Percent Scholarship OR TEXAS Grant

High School Curriculum Certification Admission to a Texas Public University OR Top 10 Percent Scholarship OR TEXAS Grant High School Curriculum Certification Admission to a Texas Public University OR Top 10 Percent Scholarship OR TEXAS Grant UPDATED 11 26 09 EFFECTIVE FALL 2009 Certification of Course Completion Equivalent

More information

CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK,

CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK, ` CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK, SCHOOLS OF STUDY, AND MAJORS SMAJORS Wando High School 1000 Warrior Way Mount Pleasant, South Carolina29466 (843) 881-8200 www.wandohigh.com Lucy G. Beckham, Principal 2014-2015

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

TEACHER ASSIGNMENT CHART

TEACHER ASSIGNMENT CHART TEACHER ASSIGNMENT CHART TABLE OF CONTENTS PART I REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSIGNMENT OF TEACHERS PREKINDERGARTEN-GRADE 6 GRADES 6-8 ELECTIVES, DISCIPLINARY COURSES, LOCAL CREDIT COURSES, AND INNOVATIVE COURSES,

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

Welcome Prosper High School Class of 2020! Incoming 9 th Grade Students/Parents

Welcome Prosper High School Class of 2020! Incoming 9 th Grade Students/Parents Welcome Prosper High School Class of 2020! Incoming 9 th Grade Students/Parents Agenda PowerPoint Presentation - Graduation Requirements - Pre-AP/AP levels - Course Selection Process Endorsement Signature

More information

Auburn Junior High School. What you need to know

Auburn Junior High School. What you need to know Auburn Junior High School What you need to know 9 th Grade Facts 9 th grade is considered high school! Credits are earned for all courses! Grades count/gpa begins! 9 th Grade Facts Grade Point Average

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

Class of 2018 and Beyond Registration and Graduation Planning Guide

Class of 2018 and Beyond Registration and Graduation Planning Guide Business & Industry Agricultural Architecture and Interior Architecture - Dual Credit Audio Video Production Automotive - Dual Credit Business Management Culinary Arts Fashion Finance Graphic Information

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

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

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

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

Graduation Plans Students who entered 9 th grade before the 2014-2015 school year

Graduation Plans Students who entered 9 th grade before the 2014-2015 school year Graduation Plans Students who entered 9 th grade before the 2014-2015 school year All students should plan to graduate on the Recommended or Distinguished Achievement Program. Students should take rigorous

More information

House Bill 5 and High School Graduation Requirements

House Bill 5 and High School Graduation Requirements House Bill 5 and High School Graduation Requirements Foundation High School Program HB 5 gives the SBOE decision-making authority in a number of areas related to the new high school graduation requirements.

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

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

Virtual School Option TWO RIVERS VIRTUAL SCHOOL HANDBOOK

Virtual School Option TWO RIVERS VIRTUAL SCHOOL HANDBOOK Virtual School Option TWO RIVERS VIRTUAL SCHOOL HANDBOOK 2014-2015 Overview The Two Rivers Virtual School Option was implemented in the 2011-2012 school year for students in grades 9-12. Providing students

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

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

Deptford High School. Home of the Spartans

Deptford High School. Home of the Spartans Deptford High School Home of the Spartans Schedule of the Day 8 period day with homeroom 7:25-1:48 42 minute periods 1:55-2:30 Intervention period We have transportation at 1:50, 2:30, 3:30. Plus busing

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

Aledo High School. Don R. Daniel Ninth Grade Campus. 2015-2016 Course Description Book

Aledo High School. Don R. Daniel Ninth Grade Campus. 2015-2016 Course Description Book Aledo High School Don R. Daniel Ninth Grade Campus 2015-2016 Course Description Book Table of Contents (Click on page number to jump to that page) GENERAL INFORMATION... 5 STUDENT LOAD... 5 JUNIOR AND

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

Twelfth Grade Student Intervention and Support Courses AP Courses: AP Independent Study: Concurrent Enrollment Courses GTI Career Courses

Twelfth Grade Student Intervention and Support Courses AP Courses: AP Independent Study: Concurrent Enrollment Courses GTI Career Courses Cyprus High School As a 12 th grade student, you are almost ready to graduate! It s time to review your first three years and make sure you are online to graduate and prepared for college and/or a career

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

Highlights of South Euclid- Lyndhurst School District. Dr. William Zelei Superintendent

Highlights of South Euclid- Lyndhurst School District. Dr. William Zelei Superintendent Highlights of South Euclid- Lyndhurst School District Dr. William Zelei Superintendent Bringing out the Best in Each and Every Child SE-L Pride Proud of Our Academics Arts Proud of Our Diversity Athletics

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

Alphabet represented: LHHS Presenters: Guidance Counselors Mr. Pauley Mrs. Pressley Mrs. Krueger Ms. Skemp. Asst. Principal, Athletic Director

Alphabet represented: LHHS Presenters: Guidance Counselors Mr. Pauley Mrs. Pressley Mrs. Krueger Ms. Skemp. Asst. Principal, Athletic Director LHHS Presenters: Mrs. Miner Mr. Burger Mr. Bacon Mrs. Thompson Principal Asst. Principal, Athletic Director Asst. Principal, RTP Math Dept. Chair Guidance Counselors Mr. Pauley Mrs. Pressley Mrs. Krueger

More information

2012-13 Indian Creek High School Curriculum Guide

2012-13 Indian Creek High School Curriculum Guide 2012-13 Indian Creek High School Curriculum Guide March 1, 2012 Prepared for Indian Creek High School Students, Parents, and Family by Mr. Steve N. Cowser, Principal Table of Contents A Letter to Parents...

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

Review your plan of study each year after adjusting to the current course schedule.

Review your plan of study each year after adjusting to the current course schedule. Develop a Four-Year Plan of Study Your School Counselor will help you plan your four years of high school in such a manner that your course selections will meet graduation requirements and help you in

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

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

MIDDLE SCHOOL COURSE GUIDE 2016-2017

MIDDLE SCHOOL COURSE GUIDE 2016-2017 MIDDLE SCHOOL COURSE GUIDE 2016-2017 All information in the course guide is subject to change. To access the most current document go to www.kellerisd.net 1 KELLER INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 350 KELLER

More information

High School Certification Office of Admissions & Recruitment

High School Certification Office of Admissions & Recruitment Out of State Applicants Admission to a Texas Public University EFFECTIVE FALL 2009 Certification of Course Completion Equivalent to Recommended High School Program BACKGROUND INFORMATION The Texas Legislature

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

COURSE CATALOG. Motivate. Educate. Graduate.

COURSE CATALOG. Motivate. Educate. Graduate. CATALOG Motivate. Educate. Graduate. Welcome to Greenways Academy of Washington Greenways Academy of Washington offers a wide range of accredited courses in grades K through 12. We have the luxury of being

More information

WEST HIGH SCHOOL 2014-2015. Student Registration Guide

WEST HIGH SCHOOL 2014-2015. Student Registration Guide WEST HIGH SCHOOL 2014-2015 Student Registration Guide BILLINGS WEST HIGH SCHOOL 2201 St. Johns Avenue Billings, MT 59102 (406) 281-5600 STUDENT REGISTRATION GUIDE 2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR REGISTRATION INFORMATION

More information

Online Computer Science Education at Florida Virtual School

Online Computer Science Education at Florida Virtual School Online Computer Science Education at Florida Virtual School Bill Jordan, Computer Science Instructor bjordan@flvs.net 850-668-2731 Amie Ross, Computer Science Instructor aross@flvs.net 407-552-0049 Music

More information

Private Boarding School North Broward, Florida. North Broward Preparatory School

Private Boarding School North Broward, Florida. North Broward Preparatory School North Broward Preparatory School Private Boarding School North Broward, Florida North Broward Preparatory School delivers a distinctive, challenging and enriched college preparatory educational experience

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

Frisco Independent School District last updated 01/12/15

Frisco Independent School District last updated 01/12/15 1 Frisco ISD Mission Statement Our mission is know every student by name and need. Belief System Education is a shared responsibility of students, school, home and community. With that as an essential

More information

ASSIGNMENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOL PERSONNEL PART II REQUIREMENTS FOR TEACHERS ASSIGNED TO CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION ASSIGNMENTS

ASSIGNMENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOL PERSONNEL PART II REQUIREMENTS FOR TEACHERS ASSIGNED TO CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION ASSIGNMENTS ASSIGNMENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOL PERSONNEL PART II REQUIREMENTS FOR TEACHERS ASSIGNED TO CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION 46 CAREER DEVELOPMENT Career Preparation I 1 Career Preparation II 1 Problems and Solutions

More information

2015-2016 Endorsement Course Selection Worksheet (Endorsement Flow Charts may be viewed on LCISD Home Page under HB5 icon)

2015-2016 Endorsement Course Selection Worksheet (Endorsement Flow Charts may be viewed on LCISD Home Page under HB5 icon) 2015-2016 Endsement Course Selection Wksheet (Endsement Flow Charts may be viewed on LCISD Home Page under HB5 icon) Arts and Humanities Endsements 4 credits in SAME Language 1 st year LOTE 2 nd year same

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

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

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

8 th Grade Parent Meeting

8 th Grade Parent Meeting 8 th Grade Parent Meeting Indiana s Graduation Requirements (Class of 2016 & Beyond) Rigorous Preparation Core 40 with Academic Honors Core 40 Core 40 with Technical Honors Postsecondary Success College

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

GUILFORD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL COURSE LISTINGS FOR 2011-2012 (TRADITIONAL) E D U C A T I O N

GUILFORD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL COURSE LISTINGS FOR 2011-2012 (TRADITIONAL) E D U C A T I O N GUILFORD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL COURSE LISTINGS FOR 2011-2012 (TRADITIONAL) In compliance with federal laws, Guilford County Schools administers all educational programs without discrimination because of race,

More information

NORTH EAST ISD HIGH SCHOOL COURSE CATALOG 2015 2016

NORTH EAST ISD HIGH SCHOOL COURSE CATALOG 2015 2016 Robert E Lee HS Douglas MacArthur HS Winston Churchill HS International School of the Americas NORTH EAST ISD HIGH SCHOOL COURSE CATALOG 2015 2016 Theodore Roosevelt HS James Madison HS Ronald Reagan HS

More information

ACC Early College Start, Dual Credit, and Concurrent Enrollment Classes

ACC Early College Start, Dual Credit, and Concurrent Enrollment Classes ACC Early College Start, Dual Credit, and Concurrent Enrollment Classes Juniors and seniors, you can start earning college credit before graduating from high school. Austin Community College enrolls eligible

More information

Pre-Registration 2016-2017. Class of 2017 SENIORS

Pre-Registration 2016-2017. Class of 2017 SENIORS Pre-Registration 2016-2017 Class of 2017 SENIORS You should have: Pre-Registration Booklet Course Description Booklet Educational Planning Transcript (will also serve as pre-registration form) College

More information

TITLE TERM GRADE COMMENT CREDIT

TITLE TERM GRADE COMMENT CREDIT Associate of Arts General Education 60/61 credit hours required 2013-2014 35 Hours of General Education Core Courses 8/9 Hours of Institutional Requirements 17 Hours of Directed Electives Name Anticipated

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

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