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1 Bismarck Public Schools High School Quick Reference Century High School Edition

2 Century High School Course Reference Guide Graduation Requirements 24 credits are required for graduation English Math Physical Ed Science Social Studies 4 credits 3 credits 2 credits 3 credits 3 credits ART Course Title Grades Credits Prerequisite Introduction to Advertising Art Art I Art II Art I or full year of 9th grade Art Art III Art II & Instructor Consultation Art IV Art III & Instructor Consultation Arts and Crafts /2 Required core = 15 credits BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION HSB Leadership 9 1/2 HSB Year HSB Year HSB Year 1 OR have previously completed HSB Principles of Business & HSB Business Economics HSB Year HSB Year 1 and HSB Year 2 OR have previously completed HSB Principles of Business, HSB Business Economics, HSB Principles of Marketing, and HSB Principles of Finance Personal Finance /2 Business Software Applications /2 Accounting Web Page Design /2 Marketing Sports & Entertainment Marketing /2 School Based Enterprise /2 Marketing or Sports & Entertainment Marketing CTE Internship (Business) /2 Student must have earned one full credit in a specific pathway of a CTE Coordinated Plan of Study.

3 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING Computer Programming I /2 1 year of Algebra I recommended Computer Programming II /2 Computer Programming I AP Computer Science /2 Computer Programming II, Geometry, and Instructor Consultation. ENGLISH English English 9 Block 9 1 English English 9 English 10 Block 10 1 English 9 English English 10 English 11 Block 11 1 English 10 American Pageant 11 2 English 10 AP English English 10 & Instructor Consultation English English 11 English 12 Block 12 1 English 11 AP English English 11 & Instructor Consultation Journalism I /2 Newspaper Journalism II Journalism I & Instructor Consultation Yearbook Journalism II Journalism I & Instructor Consultation Literary Magazine Advanced Theatre Arts /2 or 1 Speech /2 Read Right /2 or 1 FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES Beginning Foods 9 1/2 Contemporary Foods /2 Fashion /2 Food of the World /2 Contemporary Foods Advanced Fashion /2 Fashion or comparable sewing background Housing and Interior Design /2 Child Development /2 Child Related Careers Recommended: Child Development Family Living /2 substitute for ½ credit of 12th grade physical education Independent Living /2 Parenting /2 substitute for ½ credit of 12th grade physical education CTE Internship (FACS) /2 Student must have earned one full credit in a specific pathway of a CTE Coordinated Plan of Study.

4 MATHEMATICS Algebra I Algebra I Year 1 (Introduction) Algebra I Year 2 (Conclusion) Algebra I Year 1 Algebra Plus /2 Algebra I Informal Geometry full credit in Algebra I Year 2, or Algebra I Enriched Geometry full credit in Algebra I Year 2, or Algebra I Geometry full credit in Algebra I Year 2, or Algebra I Algebra II Algebra I and either Geometry or Informal Geometry Enriched Algebra II A in Algebra I and Geometry Probability and Statistics /2 Algebra II Applied Trigonometry /2 Algebra II Pre-Calculus Algebra II Enriched Pre-Calculus B or better in Enriched Algebra II AP Calculus (AB level) 12 1 Pre-calculus & Instructor Consultation AP Calculus (BC level) 12 1 Pre-calculus & Instructor Consultation Math for the 21st Century MEDICAL RELATED CAREERS Medical Related Careers I Medical Related Careers I Block Medical Terminology (Online) /2 Medical Related Careers II Block Medical Related Careers I, certification in First Aid & CPR Certified Nursing Assistant Block Medical Related Careers I, certification in First Aid & CPR Prevention & Care of Athletic Injuries Block Medical Related Careers I, certification in First Aid & CPR CTE Internship (Medical Related Careers) /2 Student must have earned one full credit in a specific pathway of a CTE Coordinated Plan of Study.

5 MUSIC Freshmen Band 9 1 Prep Band Concert Band Audition with instructor Wind Ensemble Audition with instructor Jazz Ensemble Audition with instructor Freshmen Choir 9 1 Prep Choir Audition with instructor Concert Choir Audition with instructor Jazz Choir Audition with instructor Freshmen Orchestra 9 1 Concert Orchestra Chamber Orchestra Audition with instructor Music Theory & Composition PHYSICAL EDUCATION Physical Education 9 9 1/2 Physical Education /2 Physical Education 9 Physical Education /2 Physical Education 10 Physical Education /2 Physical Education 11 Health Education /2 substitutes for ½ credit of 12th grade physical education Family Living /2 substitutes for ½ credit of 12th grade physical education Parenting /2 substitutes for ½ credit of 12th grade physical education Fitness/Aerobics /2 cannot be substituted for required physical education Intro to Weight Training /2 cannot be substituted for required physical education SCIENCE Course Title Grades Credits Prerequisite Physical Science 9 1 Physical Science Block 9 1 Applied Physical Science 9 1 Biology Biology Block Applied Biology/Chemistry Chemistry Physical Science and Algebra I Chemistry Block Physical Science and Algebra I Ecology /2 Biology Geoscience /2 Physical Science Applied Physics Algebra I Year I Anatomy and Physiology Biology Anatomy and Physiology Block Biology Physics completed or enrolled in Algebra II AP Physics I & II Algebra II, Physics or Pre-Calc AP Biology Biology and Chemistry (can be currently enrolled in Chemistry) AP Chemistry Chemistry and Algebra II Botany/Horticulture Agri-Science Technology

6 SOCIAL STUDIES Global Studies 9 1 Global Studies Block 9 1 US History /2 US History Block 11 1 US History 1945 present 11 1/2 AP US History Instructor Consultation American Pageant 11 2 Government 12 1/2 AP Government 12 1 Instructor Consultation Economics 12 1/2 World History I (Pre-history 1500 AD) /2 World History II (1500 AD present) /2 US History /2 North Dakota History /2 Sociology /2 Psychology /2 AP Psychology Instructor Consultation Criminal Law /2 WORLD LANGUAGES French I French II French I French III French II French IV 12 1 French III German I German II German I German III German II German IV 12 1 German III Latin I Latin II Latin I Latin III Latin II Latin IV 12 1 Latin III Spanish I Spanish II Spanish I Spanish III Spanish II Spanish IV 12 1 Spanish III

7 BISMARCK CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION BSC TRADE, INDUSTRY AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION Auto Collision I Auto Collision II Auto Collision I Automotive Technology I Automotive Technology II Automotive Technology I Aviation I AGRICULTURE Aviation II Aviation I Carpentry-Framing Carpentry-Interior Graphic Design Digital Design Electronics I Electronics II Electronics I Electronics III Electronics I and II Math for the 21st Century Welding I Welding II Welding I EDUCATION Course Title CTE Internship /2 Student must have earned one full credit in a specific pathway of a CTE Coordinated Plan of Study. Grades Credits Agri-Science Technology Applied Mechanics Botany/Horticulture CTE Internship /2 ENGINEERING 3D Modeling and Design Architectural Design Foundations of Technology Building Systems Energy Production & Process Technology Home/Office Networking Robotics Technical Video Production Problems & Solutions in Engineering Technology Inventions & Innovations OR 9th grade Technology Systems OR 1 credit of an engineering education course. CTE Internship /2 Student must have earned one full credit in a specific pathway of a CTE Coordinated Plan of Study. MEDICAL RELATED CAREERS Medical Related Careers I Medical Related Careers I Block Medical Terminology (Online) /2 Medical Related Careers II Block Medical Related Careers I, certification in First Aid & CPR Certified Nursing Assistant Block Medical Related Careers I, certification in First Aid & CPR Prevention & Care of Athletic Injuries Block Medical Related Careers I, certification in First Aid & CPR CTE Internship (Medical Related Careers) /2 Student must have earned one full credit in a specific pathway of a CTE Coordinated Plan of Study.

8 Graduation Requirements for Bismarck Public Schools Credits required for graduation from Bismarck Public Schools = 24 English 4 credits Mathematics 3 credits English 9 Algebra I is required, or English 10 Algebra I Year 1 English 11 Algebra I Year 2 English 12 Two additional math credits Physical Education 2 credits (one semester each year) Phy. Ed. 9 Phy. Ed. 10 Phy. Ed. 11 Phy. Ed. 12 or Health Family Living Parenting Science 3 credits Physical Science is required, or Applied Physical Science Applied Biology/Chemistry Applied Physics Biology is required, or Applied Biology/Chemistry CTE-Botany/Horticulture Social Studies 3 credits Global Studies or World History I & II U.S. History 1898/1940 Government Economics In addition, three elective credits must be in foreign or Native American languages, fine arts, or career and technical education courses. Schedule Requirements A. To be classified as a sophomore, students must have earned at least five (5) credits at the end of the freshman year. B. To be classified as a junior, students must have earned at least ten (10) credits at the end of the sophomore year. C. To be classified as a senior, students must have earned at least seventeen (17) credits at the end of the junior year. Please note: Sophomores and juniors must carry a minimum of six (6) hours of class each semester, of which two (2) can be a music performance class. Seniors are required to carry a minimum of five (5) hours of classes each semester of which two (2) can be a music performance class. Students can apply no more than one and one half (1½) credits of Weight Training toward the minimum graduation requirements. Students can apply no more than two (2) credits of weight training and fitness/aerobics combined toward the minimum graduation requirements. Students can apply only five (5) credits of music performance toward the minimum graduation requirements. Students can apply only four (4) credits of journalism toward the minimum graduation requirements. Students enrolled in any cooperative work program must carry six (6) hours -- sophomores and juniors -- or five (5) hours -- seniors -- of class work in addition to this course. College Athletic Eligibility Sports is big business, and outstanding athletes are often offered large scholarships. To ensure that all athletes are prepared for college level work, the NCAA and NAIA have strict eligibility requirements that athletes must meet before they can receive a scholarship or play a sport in college. It is important for athletes to meet with their guidance counselors as early as possible to discuss academic requirements and to make sure that they are taking the right courses. Basic eligibility guidelines can be found at the following websites or by visiting with your school counselor: NCAA: NAIA: NJCAA:

9 North Dakota University System (NDUS) Admission Requirements Four credits of English Three credits of mathematics, Algebra I and above Three credits of laboratory science Three credits of social studies The NDUS strongly recommends that high school students intending to enroll in four-year universities take Algebra II and two credits of a single classical or modern language. Many out of state colleges require two or more credits of the same language, a credit of fine arts, or other requirements. Check with college websites for specific college requirements. North Dakota University System Admissions Policies Student Placement Into College Courses The following placement scores are required for admission to MATH 103 (College Algebra). An ACT mathematics sub-test score of 22 or higher is required for a student to enroll in MATH 103 (College Algebra) at Dickinson State University, Mayville State University, Minot State University, North Dakota State University, University of North Dakota or Valley City State University. An ACT Mathematics sub-test score of 21 or higher is required for a student to enroll in MATH 103 (College Algebra) at Bismarck State College, Dakota College Bottineau, Lake Region State College, North Dakota State College of Science or Williston State College. Students without qualifying ACT scores must successfully complete a developmental mathematics course before enrolling in Math 103 (College Algebra). Effective Fall 2012, the following placement scores are required for admission to English 110 (College Composition I). An ACT English sub-test score of 18 or higher is required for a student to enroll in English 110 (College Composition I) at Dickinson State University, Mayville State University, Minot State University, North Dakota State University, University of North Dakota, Valley City State University, Bismarck State College, Dakota College Bottineau, Lake Region State College, North Dakota State College of Science or Williston State College. Students without qualifying ACT scores must successfully complete a developmental English course before enrolling in English 110 (College Composition I). North Dakota University System Admission Policies-Admission Scores The graduating class of 2015 will use the following mathematical formula to generate an admission score that indicates automatic admission at Dickinson State University, Mayville State University, Minot State University, North Dakota State University, University of North Dakota or Valley City State University. Admission scores will be implemented along with an available online tool to allow students to calculate their readiness. *(3 x ACT) + (20 x GPA) + (5 x High School Core) + (10 North Dakota Residency) High School Core will be capped at 15 courses. North Dakota State University and University of North Dakota Automatic Score shall be: 210 Minot State University Automatic Score shall be: 190 Dickinson State College, Mayville State University, Minot State University, and Valley City State University Automatic Score shall be: 180 If a student does not meet the score for automatic admission they will be reviewed individually by admission staff on each campus. Please check the following website for updates and changes to the Pathways to Student Success as changes may be made to the formula: ndus.edu/information Community Colleges (Bismarck State College, Dakota College Bottineau, Lake Region State College, North Dakota State College of Science or Williston State College) remain open access for high school graduates.

10 *North Dakota University Systems will pilot this new admission formula in 2014 for data gathering purposes. The formula will be used to determine eligibility for admission, for the first time, with the graduating class of North Dakota State Scholarship Opportunities Any resident student who graduates from high school and meets the criteria is eligible to apply for a North Dakota Academic Scholarship or a North Dakota Career and Technical Education Scholarship in the amount of $750 per semester or $1,500 for the academic year based on full-time enrollment in an accredited higher education institution in North Dakota, both public and private. The scholarships are renewable provided the student maintains a 2.75 GPA based on a 4.0 scale, reviewed each semester. Students may be eligible for up to $6,000 within six academic school years (do not have to be consecutive). Application deadline will be June 7 of each year with high school graduates not of their eligibility for either scholarship by June 30. Applications will be available online beginning March 1. ND Academic Scholarship Eligibility Requirements Graduate from high school in North Dakota. Obtain a grade of at least a C in each course required for the diploma and scholarship and earn a cumulative grade point average of B (3.0). Course requirements: o 1 credit of Algebra II o 1 credit of mathematics for which Algebra II is a prerequisite* o 2 credits of same foreign language, Native American language, or sign language o 1 credit of fine arts** or career and technical education*** o 1 credit of fine arts**, career and technical education***, or foreign, Native American, or American Sign language 1 credit of an AP course and completion of the AP exam in that course or either ½ credit or 1 credit in a dual credit course**** Receive a composite score of at least a 24 on an ACT no later than the February ACT test date of your senior year. For more information go to North Dakota Career and Technical Education Scholarship Graduate from high school in North Dakota. Obtain a grade of at least a C in each course required for the diploma and scholarship and earn a cumulative grade point average of B (3.0) Course requirements: o 1 credit of Algebra II o 2 credits of a coordinated plan of study recommended by the Department of Career and Technical Education. Please see your counselor for a copy of the coordinated plans of study or visit the website (under scholarship opportunities) or the CHS website for more information. o 2 additional credits of CTE o 1 additional credit of CTE, foreign language, or fine arts. Receive a composite score of at least a 24 on an ACT or a score of at least a 5 on each of the three WorkKeys assessments (Locating Information, Reading for Information, Applied Mathematics). WorkKeys will be given at Bismarck State College. Call the BSC Testing Services Office at to register 24 hours in advance. Deadline for taking WorkKeys assessments is the February ACT test date of your senior year. For more information on the WorkKeys assessments go to:

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