Sullivan Central High School 131 Shipley Ferry Road Blountville, TN Student Registration

Size: px
Start display at page:

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

Transcription

1 Sullivan Central High School 131 Shipley Ferry Road Blountville, TN Student Registration Main Office (423) Attendance (423) Counseling (423) Principal Mr. Loren M. Foster Assistant Principals Mr. Justin Calhoun Dr. Jonathon Fields Mrs. Allyson Raines Counselor (A-G) Counselor (H-M) Counselor (N-Z) Mrs. Sarah Patrick Mrs. Megan Ellis Mrs. Katie Reed Graduation Coach Mrs. Sandra Poe

2 Grade Level Course Requirements and Suggestions 9 You must take Algebra I. You must take English 9. You must take Biology I or Physical Science. You must take World History & Geography. You must take Lifetime Wellness. You should take a Fine Art. You should consider starting your elective focus. 10 You must take a math class. You must take English 10. You must take. You must take World Language (both I & II) You must take Biology I, Chemistry I or Physics I. You must take PE I (if not taken in 9 th grade) You should take one or two classes in your elective focus. You are eligible for AP European History. You should take your Fine Arts class. 11 You must take a math class. You must take English 11. You must take a science class. You must take U.S. History & Geography You must take one or two classes in your elective focus. You are eligible for all AP classes (if prerequisites are met). You are eligible for Dual Enrollment Public Speaking/Psychology You are eligible for Dual Enrollment Probability & Statistics and Pre-Calculus. 12 You must take English 12 or Dual Enrollment English Composition. You must take a math class. You must complete your elective focus. You must take Economics/U.S. Government & Civics. Do you have a Fine Art? Did you take PE I? Did you take a total of three science classes? 11

3 GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Requested Classes for the School Year Please list below the 8 Academic classes for which you would like to register. Be sure that the classes you are requesting are in alignment with the requirements needed for graduation In the event that requested classes are full, please indicate 3 alternate choices: Select and List 2 Activities for which you would like to participate during 2nd Period: 1 2 What is your elective focus? Elective Focus English English 9 English 10 English 11 English 12 Fine Arts & World Language Fine Arts World Language Math Algebra 1 Geometry Algebra 2 Upper Level Math Science Biology 1 Chemistry 1 OR Physics 1 Additional Lab Science Social Studies World History & Geography US History & Geography Econ/Government Wellness & PE Lifetime Wellness Physical Education Additional Credits 3 Credits 2 Credits 5 Credits Students must complete an elective focus. Elective focus consists of three classes within the same area. Classes must be above and beyond the graduation requirements. Students completing a CTE elective focus must complete three classes in the same CTE Program of Study. (See the following page for details.) Students are required to take an English class each year. English 9 has a State Assessment. English 10 has a State Assessment. English 11 has a State Assessment. Fine Arts & World Language requirements may be waived if not attending a university and may be replaced with a second elective focus. Student and parent/legal guardian must sign waiver. The two credits must be within the same language. Students are required to take a math class each year. Algebra 1 has a State Assessment. Geometry has a State Assessment. Algebra 2 has a State Assessment. Biology 1 has a State Assessment. Chemistry 1 has a State Assessment. (Either chemistry or physics is required for graduation.) US History & Geography has a State Assessment. Wellness 2/Driver s Education is NOT considered a PE credit. 28 TOTAL CREDITS 10 3

4 Elective Focus Areas An Elective Focus is simply three classes within the same area of study. An Elective Focus can be either Academic or CTE. Classes for the Academic Elective Focus must be above and beyond the graduation requirements. (In other words, classes requried to graduate do NOT count towards an Academic type Elective Focus.) Students choosing a CTE elective focus must complete three classes in the same CTE Program of Study. Academic Focus Areas: 1. Advanced Placement Courses (AP) 2. Fine Arts (Chorus, Band, Visual Art) 3. Humanities (English, World Language, & Social Studies) 4. Math & Science OR CTE Focus Areas: 1. Cosmetology 2. Law Enforcement Services (Criminal Justice) 3. Culinary Arts 4. Digital Arts & Design 5. Electrical 6. Emergency Medical Services 7. Engineering 8. Finance 9. HVAC/R 10.Mobile Application Developement 11. Nutrition Science & Dietetics 12. Residential & Commercial Construction 13. Therapeutic Clinical Services 14. Welding Sullivan Central High School DUAL ENROLLMENT SELECTIONS/OPTIONS Dual Enrollment (Jump Start) courses are offered through a partnership between Sullivan Central High School and Northeast State Community College. Instructors from Northeast State teach these courses at Sullivan Central and students receive college credit for successful completion of the courses. There are fees associated with these courses. In addition to the courses listed below, Dual Enrollment courses are also offered through a welding cohort. This cohort requires an application process through the school counseling office. 1st 9 Weeks Prob & Stats English Comp I Pairings (Fall 2015) 2nd 9 Weeks Pre-Cal I English Comp II Pairings (Spring 2016) Junior/Senior Juniors & Seniors Seniors 1st 9 Weeks 2nd 9 Weeks Junior/Senior Prob & Stats Pre-Cal I Juniors & Seniors English Comp I English Comp II Seniors Public Speaking Psychology Juniors & Seniors 4 9

5 Sullivan Central High School Course Offerings Sullivan Central High School Course Offerings Activity Period Non-Credit ACT Prep Advanced Biology Labs Advanced Construction Advanced Cosmetology Advanced Physics Labs Advanced Health Science Advanced Weights AP History Seminar CHS Public Relations Coffee House Culinary Drama EMT Extreme Sports Field Maintenance Geneology Girls Self-Defense Homework Intramurals Key Club Medical Terminology Military Careers Newspaper Portfolio Art Respect & Leadership Team Robotics Science Bowl Competition SkillsUSA Small Instrumental Ensembles Tai-Chi/Yoga Yearbook * NOTE - All ninth grade students enroll in cougar experience in the fall semester. Ninth graders choose their spring semester activity period classes from these choices. English English 9 English 9 Honors English 10 English 10 Honors English 11 English 11 Honors English 12 English 12 Honors AP English 12 Speech(Film Studies) Journalism (Newspaper) Creative Writing Science Astronomy Anatomy & Physiology Biology 1 Biology 1 Honors Biology 2 Biology 2 Honors AP Biology Ecology Chemistry 1 Chemistry 1 Honors Chemistry 2 Chemistry 2 Honors AP Chemistry Physical Science Physics Physics Honors AP Physics World Languages Spanish 1 Spanish 2 Spanish 3 French 1 French 2 Mathematics Algebra 1 Honors Algebra 1A Algebra 1B Algebra 2 Honors Algebra 2A Algebra 2B Geometry Geometry Honors Adv. Algebra/Trig Probability & Statistics AP Statistics Pre-Calculus Calculus AP Calculus AB Bridge Math Social Studies Contemporary Issues Economics/Government & Civics US History & Geography Modern History Psychology AP US History World History & Geography World History & Geography Honors Personal Growth Leadership/Peer Mentoring Wellness/PE Lifetime Wellness 1 Wellness 2 Driver s Ed PE 1 PE 2 PE 3 PE 4 (Weights/Conditioning) 8 5

6 Visual Art 1 Visual Art 2 Visual Art 3 Music Theory and Harmony Band (Fall) Band (Spring) Percussion (Fall) Sullivan Central High School Course Offerings Fine Arts Percussion (Spring) Color Guard (Fall) Color Guard (Spring) Vocal Music-Concert Mixed Chorus 1 Mixed Chorus 2 Mixed Chorus 3 Human Services Teaching as a Profession 1 Engineering Principles of Engineering Engineering Design 1 Robotics and Automated Systems Engineering Design 2 Mobile Application Development Computer Applications Programming & Logic Game Programming Intro to Mobile App Development *Work-Based Learning Practicum *Teacher Recommedation / Application Process Career & Technical Education Accounting SPOS Computer Applications Accounting 1 Accounting 2 *Work Based Learning Practicum Digital Arts & Design Digital Arts & Design 1 Digital Arts & Design 2 Digital Arts & Design 3 *Work-Based Practicum Residential & Commercial Construction Fundamentals of Construction Residential & Commercial Construction 1 Residential & Commercial Construction 2 *Work-Based Learning / Construction Practicum Mechanical, Electrical, & Plumbing Systems Fundamentals of Construction Electrical Systems *Work-Based Learning Construction Practicum Welding Welding 1 Welding 2 Mechanical, Electrical, & Plumbing Systems Fundamentals of Construction HVAC *Work-Based Learning Construction Practicum Nutrition Science & Dietetics Lifespan Development Nutrition Across the Lifespan Nutrition Science & Dietetics *Work-Based Learning Practicum Culinary Arts Culinary Arts 1 Culinary Arts 2 Culinary Arts 3 Culinary Arts 4 or * Work-Based Learning Practicum Cosmetology Principles of Cosmetology Design Principles of Cosmetology Chemistry of Cosmetology *Work-Based Learning Practicum Law Enforcement Services (Criminal Justice) Principles of Law, Corrections, & Security Criminal Justice 1 Criminal Justice 2 Criminal Justice 3 Work Based Learning Practicum Therapeutic Clinical Services Health Science Medical Therapeutics Rehabilitation Careers Clinical Internship Emergency Medical Services Health Science Emergency Preparedness Anatomy & Physiology Emergency Medical Services Language Arts English 1 English 2 English 3 AP Literature & Composition Social Studies World History and Geography Government US History and Geography Economics Contemporary Issues Sociology Psychology [FLVS] AP Psychology [FLVS] AP Psychology [FLVS] Foreign Language Latin 1 Latin 2 French 1 French 2 Spanish 1 Spanish 2 Spanish 3 Sullivan Central High School Course Offerings Virtual/Online Courses Science Physical Science Physics [FLVS] AP Biology [FLVS] Fine Arts Art History [FLVS] Career/Technical [CTE] Accounting I Accounting II Am. Business and Legal Systems Child and Lifespan Development Teaching as a Profession Math Geometry [FLVS] PE Physical Education [FLVS]* Lifetime Wellness [FLVS]* (FLVS) = Florida Virtual *Special Permission *Teacher Recommedation / Application Process 6 7

Approved Student Online Courses for SY

Approved Student Online Courses for SY Approved Student Online Courses for SY 2016-2017 The Maryland State Department of Education () provides local school systems with an approved list of online credit-bearing student courses along with their

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

WELCOME CLASS OF 2018

WELCOME CLASS OF 2018 WELCOME CLASS OF 2018 Courses for ninth graders are the last page in the packet Course Selection Sheet All courses are described in the course catalog available on the WHS website: www.woodbridgehigh.org

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

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

Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools CTE Programs of Study

Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools CTE Programs of Study The revised Programs of Study and corresponding courses are outlined below by Career Cluster. For more information on the specific courses, please visit our career cluster webpage at http://www.tn.gov/education/cte/career_clusters/career_clusters.shtml.

More information

Blended MCS

Blended MCS Blended Learning @ MCS 21 st Century Learning To be an effective educator in the 21st century we need to replicate in the classroom the world in which students are living (The Innovative Educator, 2008

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

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

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

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

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

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

*Principles of Education & Leadership Training. World History. *Human Growth & World Geo. Or. Development. Or Political Science

*Principles of Education & Leadership Training. World History. *Human Growth & World Geo. Or. Development. Or Political Science 2015-2016 Education & Leadership Grand Prairie & South Grand Prairie Social Studies Pathway 9 th 1 Algebra 1 Biology World Geography World History 10 th 2 Geometry World Geo. Political Education & Leadership

More information

CLASSIFICATION and GRADUATION CREDIT REQUIREMENTS For ALDINE, CARVER, EISENHOWER, MACARTHUR, NIMITZ, VICTORY

CLASSIFICATION and GRADUATION CREDIT REQUIREMENTS For ALDINE, CARVER, EISENHOWER, MACARTHUR, NIMITZ, VICTORY CLASSIFICATION and GRADUATION CREDIT REQUIREMENTS For ALDINE, CARVER, EISENHOWER, MACARTHUR, NIMITZ, VICTORY Classification of high school students is based on the cumulative number of credits including

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

230 Units Pass Algebra 1 Pass California High School Exit Exam 40 Service Hours

230 Units Pass Algebra 1 Pass California High School Exit Exam 40 Service Hours Welcome to 230 Units Pass Algebra 1 Pass California High School Exit Exam 40 Service Hours All 9 th graders are in courses required for graduation Most 9 th graders are in College Prep classes Both College

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

Slide Title 2 October 2015

Slide Title 2 October 2015 Slide Title 2 October 2015 Mission Virtual Virginia is a program of the Virginia Department of Education serving students in Virginia middle and high schools by providing flexible options for the diverse

More information

SCHEDULING FOR SOPHOMORES CLASS OF 2018

SCHEDULING FOR SOPHOMORES CLASS OF 2018 SCHEDULING FOR SOPHOMORES CLASS OF 2018 PROGRAM OF STUDIES IT IS ON LINE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS English Social Studies Science Mathematics Health Phys. Education Electives 4 credits 3 credits 3 credits

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

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

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

[SCPA ACADEMIC PLAN FOR SCPA DEGREE]

[SCPA ACADEMIC PLAN FOR SCPA DEGREE] GRADE LEVEL: 4 th Language Arts 4 ematics 4 4 4 GRADE LEVEL: 5 th Language Arts 5 ematics 5 5 5 GRADE LEVEL: 7 th 7 or 7AA Pre-Algebra or Pre-Algebra AA 7 or 7AA 7 or 7 AA 7 th GRADE ELECTIVE One from

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

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

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

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 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

ADE Approved Digital Provider Course Listings

ADE Approved Digital Provider Course Listings ADE Approved Digital Provider Course Listings Apex Learning Inc. Arkansas Department of Career Education Arkansas Northeastern College Arkansas Public School Resource Center Arkansas School for Mathematics,

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

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

The High School Experience

The High School Experience The High School Experience GENERAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Pass Reading FCAT in 10 th Grade New requirement is Level 3 No longer 300 to pass Pass appropriate End-of-Course Exams Including Algebra I, Geometry,

More information

WELCOME INCOMING FRESHMEN CLASS OF 2019!

WELCOME INCOMING FRESHMEN CLASS OF 2019! WELCOME INCOMING FRESHMEN CLASS OF 2019! Signature Programs Dysart Automotive Tech AVID Cambridge JROTC Photo Imaging Willow Canyon Valley Vista Shadow Ridge Allied Health Cambridge Academy International

More information

Michigan Merit Curriculum

Michigan Merit Curriculum Michigan Merit Curriculum East Grand Rapids Public Schools Educating and inspiring each student to navigate successfully in a global community East Grand Rapids Public Schools 2915 Hall Street SE Grand

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

2015 SUMMER CONNECTIONS

2015 SUMMER CONNECTIONS 2015 SUMMER CONNECTIONS NOTE: Online registration will begin on 4-1-15. To fill out the registration form, go to www.northvilleschoolsregistration.org HIGH SCHOOL COURSES (ONLINE and IN-CLASS Courses)

More information

TENNESSEE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION APPROVED HIGH SCHOOL COURSES 3.205

TENNESSEE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION APPROVED HIGH SCHOOL COURSES 3.205 Proposed changes to State Board of Education Policy 3.205 (Approved High School Courses): under Career and Technical Education, delete Sections 12-19 in their entirety and replace with the creation of

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

2014 2015 FuelEd Online Courses High School Course List

2014 2015 FuelEd Online Courses High School Course List FuelEd Online Courses High School Course List STANDARD AP FOUNDATIONS CREDIT RECOVERY ELECTIVE STANDARD AP FOUNDATIONS CREDIT RECOVERY ELECTIVE LANGUAGE ARTS Grammar and Composition English I English II

More information

2014 2015 FuelEd Online Courses High School Course List

2014 2015 FuelEd Online Courses High School Course List FuelEd Online Courses High School Course List STANDARD FOUNDATIONS STANDARD FOUNDATIONS LANGUAGE ARTS Grammar and Composition English I English II English III English IV English Language English Literature

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

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

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

Gwinnett Online Campus Information and Registration Packet for School Year

Gwinnett Online Campus Information and Registration Packet for School Year Gwinnett Online Campus Information and Registration Packet for 2011 12 School Year Registration Deadline: February 28, 2011 2595 Beaver Ruin Rd., Building F Norcross, GA 30071 Phone: 770-326-8082 Fax:

More information

Jim Ned High School Graduation Planning Guide

Jim Ned High School Graduation Planning Guide Jim Ned High School Graduation Planning Guide 2014-2015 Vision Jim Ned is a 21st century learning environment that prepares all students for the choices they must make in the rapidly changing world that

More information

Course Sequence Rising 9 th Grade Student

Course Sequence Rising 9 th Grade Student Course Sequence Rising 9 th Grade Student The STEM Academy is designed to prepare students for success in post-secondary education, career, and citizenship. It will appeal to students who seek a small-school

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

FuelEd ONLINE COURSES. Course Catalog 2015 2016

FuelEd ONLINE COURSES. Course Catalog 2015 2016 FuelEd ONLINE COURSES Course Catalog 2015 2016 Middle School Course List / 2015 2016 Language Arts Grade 6 Language Arts Grade 7 Language Arts Grade 8 Language Arts Math Algebra Fundamentals of Geometry

More information

60% - Summative Test, labs, DIA. 40% - Formatives Reading logs, Class work, Home work

60% - Summative Test, labs, DIA. 40% - Formatives Reading logs, Class work, Home work 60% - Summative Test, labs, DIA 40% - Formatives Reading logs, Class work, Home work 3 Language Arts 3 Math 3 Science 3 Social Studies Reading is a district requirement Student s must pass 5 out of 7 classes

More information

North Penn School District Career Pathways Planner

North Penn School District Career Pathways Planner North Penn School District Career Pathways Planner 2010-2011 The Career Pathways Planner is a guide for course selection based on your career interest! You can match your courses in ninth grade and at

More information

2015 2016 FuelEd Online Courses High School Course List

2015 2016 FuelEd Online Courses High School Course List FuelEd Online Courses High School Course List CORE COMPREHENSIVE HONORS AP REMEDIATION ELECTIVE CORE COMPREHENSIVE HONORS AP REMEDIATION ELECTIVE ENGLISH AP English Language and Composition AP English

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

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

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

Diploma Requirements Procedure (up to the Class of 2016) Hoover City Schools September 2013

Diploma Requirements Procedure (up to the Class of 2016) Hoover City Schools September 2013 Note: These requirements apply to students who enrolled in the ninth (9 th ) grade before the 2013-14 school year. Graduation Credential Options The following sections describe the various options for

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

Marvin Ridge High School

Marvin Ridge High School Marvin Ridge High School 2016-2017 Registration RISING 12 th GRADE COLLEGE PLACEMENT TESTS Most students take the SAT / ACT the fall and/or spring of their junior year. Prep classes are available online

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

Watchung Hills Regional High School

Watchung Hills Regional High School Mr. Michael D Alessio Director of Science, Assessment, & Educational Technology Science courses at WHRHS are based on the Next Generation of Science Standards (NGSS) which allow for teachers to develop

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

2011-2012 Online High School Courses. Broward Virtual School

2011-2012 Online High School Courses. Broward Virtual School 2011-2012 Online High School Courses Broward Virtual School Broward County students have the opportunity to take courses for middle and high school credit taught online by Broward County teachers. Florida

More information

Princeton High School 100 Viking Way Cincinnati, OH 45246. Summer School 2015

Princeton High School 100 Viking Way Cincinnati, OH 45246. Summer School 2015 Princeton High School 100 Viking Way Cincinnati, OH 45246 Summer School 2015 Princeton High School will be offering summer school for students who need to make up a course from the regular school year,

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

Michigan Merit Curriculum High School Graduation Requirements

Michigan Merit Curriculum High School Graduation Requirements Michigan Merit Curriculum High School Graduation Requirements 45 Understanding Michigan s graduation requirements will enable you to help your child obtain a high school diploma and ultimately succeed

More information

FOUR-YEAR PLANNING STRATEGIES TO MAXIMIZE COLLEGE CREDIT EARNED IN HIGH SCHOOL! Lehi Jr. High Counseling Dept.

FOUR-YEAR PLANNING STRATEGIES TO MAXIMIZE COLLEGE CREDIT EARNED IN HIGH SCHOOL! Lehi Jr. High Counseling Dept. FOUR-YEAR PLANNING STRATEGIES TO MAXIMIZE COLLEGE CREDIT EARNED IN HIGH SCHOOL! Lehi Jr. High Counseling Dept. WHEN WILL YOU GRADUATE FROM COLLEGE OR PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL Teacher (4-5 years) Engineer (4-5

More information

UNIVERSITY of ILLINOIS at SPRINGFIELD

UNIVERSITY of ILLINOIS at SPRINGFIELD UNIVERSITY of ILLINOIS at SPRINGFIELD ALTERNATIVE ADMISSION The alternative admission program at the University of Illinois at Springfield was developed to help mature persons expedite their entrance to

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

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

EDINA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Registration Class of 2019

EDINA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Registration Class of 2019 EDINA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 2016-2017 Registration Class of 2019 Course Catalog You may find the course catalog at: http://edinaschools.org/ehscounseling_registration Use this site to look up course descriptions,

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

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

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

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

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

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

Alaska Public Schools

Alaska Public Schools Advanced Placement: Student Participation 9.1% increase in the number of students participating between 25 and 26 In 26: 2,34 Alaska Public School Students took AP Exams In 25: 2,112 Alaska Public School

More information

Incoming Freshmen Night

Incoming Freshmen Night Incoming Freshmen Night .5 credit required in 11 th grade 2 nd Semester ACT Prep High School Achievement Career Exploration and Preparation Post-Secondary Planning 4 years/credits are required for

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

Requirements for Programs of Study and Degrees Offered Spring 2016 and Fall 2016

Requirements for Programs of Study and Degrees Offered Spring 2016 and Fall 2016 Requirements for Programs of Study and Degrees Offered Spring 2016 and Fall 2016 All programs require an official transcript from all colleges and universities attended (except if you attended West Chester

More information

COURSE SELECTION 2013-14

COURSE SELECTION 2013-14 COURSE SELECTION 2013-14 Today we will learn about: Course Recommendations Course Selection Dates Course Selection Process Elective choices Ask questions Step-by-Step Tip Sheets Pink=current 9 th graders

More information

Indiana Department of Education Guidance Document for Priority Dual Credit Courses http://www.transferin.net/high-school-students/ctl.

Indiana Department of Education Guidance Document for Priority Dual Credit Courses http://www.transferin.net/high-school-students/ctl. Agriculture Agriculture ALS: Plants & Soils Agribusiness Management Food Science Horticulture Landscape Management Natural Resource Mgmt Indiana Department of Education Guidance Document for Priority Dual

More information